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Curated by Dr. Annapurna Garimella, Delhi-based designer and an art historian and Rashmi Varma, one of the Craft projects’ focus this year will be on local Goan crafts.
“For #MeToo to have a lasting effect, it needs to percolate down to various kinds of people who live in a world outside of social media.”
The petition was signed by over 600 people by Friday night.
A woman's tale
The festival will have seven solo shows of women dancers, who will perform at Ravindra Bharati, Hyderabad.
Art and fashion come together in a unique collaborative project to sensitise people, and reflect on gender issues. By Parvathi Nayar
Oxford Bookstore, Kolkata, recently organised a curtain raiser for the 10th annual Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival (AKLF) to be held from January 18 to 20 at four heritage sites of the city
Indian men need to be more experimental when it comes to dressing up, says ace designer Gaurav Gupta
This designer will present his star-studded showcase at Blenders Pride Fashion Tour (BPFT) in Hyderabad this Friday
"We need to recognise and respect their (women's) subtle strength," says Kangana.
Shabana Azmi talks with Indulge about her father, the late Urdu poet Kaifi Azmi, while looking at the state of cinema today, as well as social movements like #MeToo
Bengaluru becomes first Indian city to get fly dining restaurant experience at 160 feet above the ground
The new experience is open to all kinds of diners, who will be lifted by a crane, as they overlook the Nagawara Lake.
The criteria include a series of social media and related polling, after which the winners are announced.
Senthil Kumar wants to change the way patients eat. His brand Wholesome Rhapsody doesn’t categorise sections based on flavour, but instead specific to illness
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