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harikunzru

Author Hari Kunzru talks about his love for cities and what to expect from his upcoming book

The author also shares why he will never write a travelogue and will continue to pursue fiction

Published on 15th February 2019
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"Kareena Kapoor is the best to work with," says stuntwoman Geeta Tandon

Bollywood’s stunt woman, Geeta Tandon talks about her journey and upcoming film, Kalank

Published on 15th February 2019
Parvathy Baul

Parvathy Baul speaks about her journery as a Baul singer

Parvathy Baul is working on an archive to collect all songs from the oral tradition

Published on 1st February 2019
Sreyashi Dey

 Odissi dancer Sreyashi Dey's new productions combine dance, music, theatre and spoken word

Hidimba, Manini and Niraba Rajani, combine dance and theatre to tell three different stories from Mahabharata, a folk lore about Radha-Krishna and The Hungry Stones by Rabindranath Tagore

Published on 8th February 2019
Catherine David

Before being transnational, Indian modern art is trans-regional: Catherine David at Raza Utsav's Art Matters

Not looking to define or redefine Indian modern art, French art historian Catherine David says that Indian modern art, just like other modern art is transnational but before that, it is trans-regional

Published on 11th February 2019
India Art Fair 2019

India Art Fair 2019: On the edge, provocative and at times even revolutionary

Now in its 11th edition, the India Art Fair has been consistently pushing the envelope and expanding on its spread of contemporary art offerings over the years

Published on 1st February 2019
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City Scripts 2019 looks at the city's stories with a focus on dignity and diversity 

We take a look at some of the highlights of the festival by IIHS

Published on 8th February 2019
Jaipur Literature Festival 2019

Festival report: Jeffrey Archer, Ben Okri, Shashi Tharoor, Manisha Koirala and others light up Jaipur Lit Fest 2019

With a focus on subjects ranging from war, politics and climate change to gender, science and technology, mythology, cinema, activism and more, the 12th edition of JLF offered new perspectives

Published on 1st February 2019
Premieres

It's February and here are all the TV premieres you can catch on Netflix, Amazon Prime and HBO! 

From a documentary on the Parkland theatre group to the premiere of South Korean television series Romance is a Bonus Book, here's everything you can binge watch this week 

Published on 1st February 2019
Kala Ghoda Arts Festival

 Join the cultural spirit of Kala Ghoda Arts Festival 2019 as it celebrates 20 years

The Kala Ghoda Arts Festival’s 20th edition will celebrate its remarkable journey over the course of nine days across various categories, including a special tribute to Mahatma Gandhi.

Published on 30th January 2019
Mohiniyattam dancer Methil Devika

Mohiniyattam dancer Methil Devika brings her popular production, Sarpatatwam, to Hyderabad

Sarpatatwam or The Serpent Wisdom is a short dance documentary that she created, based on her quest of the serpent mystique.

Published on 25th January 2019
Manisha Koirala

"Made peace with my death, promised myself to spread awareness if I get to live again": Manisha Koirala on her battle with cancer

Bollywood actress Manisha Koirala, who has successfully battled ovarian cancer, on Sunday, opened up about the disease and how it changed her as a person.

Published on 28th January 2019
Jayant Kaikini along with translator Tejaswini Niranjana wins the DSC Prize for South Asian Literatu

Jayant Kaikini along with translator Tejaswini Niranjana wins the DSC Prize for South Asian Literature 2018

‘No Presents Please’ emerges as the winner from a shortlist of six to take the coveted US $25,000 DSC Prize.

Published on 26th January 2019
Prabhu Deva, Mohanlal, Sunil Chhetri, Gautam Gambhir, Kader Khan among the list of 112 Padma awardee

Prabhu Deva, Mohanlal, Sunil Chhetri, Gautam Gambhir, Kader Khan among the list of 112 Padma awardees

The awards are given in various disciplines of activities, art, social work, public affairs, science and engineering, trade and industry, medicine, literature and education, sports, civil service.
 

Published on 26th January 2019
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Roundup: Celebrating the written word at 10th edition of Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival 

From Tharoor predicting UPA III over NDA III to senior Abdullah talking about peace, and from poetry bridging boundaries to Shobhaa De urging to hear out men too. AKLF 2019 was all this and more

Published on 25th January 2019

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