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 Carpe Diem Skills Academy hosts Coimbatore’s Got Talent 

A talent show for participants to exhibit their skills.

Published on 14th December 2018

Pulitzer winner Andrew Sean Greer on Less and more

All set to visit the city for teh Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival 2019, Andrew Sean Greer tells us how he turned a dreadful novel on its head, and into a Pulitzer-winning comedy

Published on 7th December 2018
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Interview: British-Indian singer Reshrich chats about music, and things he likes in a girl

 UK based singer and songwriter Reshrich talks about music and what he likes in a girl

Published on 26th November 2018
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Meet the showman behind the latest web series Mirzapur

Filmmaker and showrunner Karan Anshuman on his latest show Mirzapur and his style of storytelling

Published on 23rd November 2018
Sunanda Raghunathan in Bad Hindu

Theatre artiste Sunanda Raghunathan of Guduguduppukkari brings Bad Hindu play to Chennai

Guduguduppukkari’s Bad Hindu portrays a stirring battle of identities through a solo act 

Published on 22nd November 2018
Homemade Ceramic TeaPot

Inspired by traditional art forms, four craftswomen are turning mundane teapots vibrant

The aluminium kettles, which can be used to brew tea, can also function as a planter, holder for stationery or can easily enhance your living space as a decorative piece

Published on 16th November 2018
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Step into the past with the new history podcast by Naveen Haldorai

The Curry Channel Podcast taps into the past and takes listeners on a historical journey of the subcontinent, in Tamil 

Published on 16th November 2018
Weaving stories from lands far and wide, India’s only oral storytelling festival returns to Delhi

Weaving stories from lands far and wide, India’s only oral storytelling festival returns to Delhi

The eighth edition of the festival will showcase some of the choicest forms of storytelling based on the culture and history of India, UK, Greece, Africa, Russia and Iran.

Published on 13th November 2018
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Anjana Chandak’s monologue, Mai Kaikeyi looks at the queen mother in new light

The monologue based on the life of the mythological queen mother Kaikeyi offers a first-person point of narrative of a character that mythology has painted as over-zealous and power hungry

Published on 9th November 2018
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Indulge one-on-one: Film director Chezhiyan and editor Sreekar Prasad gives us a sneak peek into their National Award-winning film To Let

Cinematographer-turned-director Chezhiyan and editor Sreekar Prasad chat about their National Award winning film To Let,  and why it is important now more than ever, to make realistic cinema

Published on 26th October 2018
Gayathri and Pushkar

Director duo Pushkar-Gayathri in a freewheeling chat about Chennai, music in Tamil cinema and digital content 

They have a simple rule to iron out any disagreements. In the words of Gayathri, “There is one golden rule. If one of us dislikes something, we don’t try to convince the other person of our choice.”

Published on 26th October 2018
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The 20th Jio MAMI screens over 200 film and hosts masterclasses with the likes of Darren Aronofsky

The festival also has a dedicated section to discuss the developing #MeToo movement

Published on 26th October 2018
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Scary Stories for Halloween

Scare tactics

Published on 25th October 2018
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Storytelling at Tulika Bookstore

Chennai-based storyteller Jeeva Raghunath will tell stories in Tamil to all children above the age of four.

Published on 13th October 2018
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Shiva on stage at Jagriti Theatre

Who am I?

Published on 11th October 2018

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