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Anirban Bhattacharya says Dracula Sir drained him most as an actor after Dhananjoy

Anirban Bhattacharya, the current heartthrob of Bengali cinema, is ruling the box office with conviction and charm

Published on 21st February 2020
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Netflix documentary series leads to the reopening of historic Malcolm X murder case

Cyrus Vance Jr said he was reviewing the activist's case after the Netflix documentary series Who Killed Malcolm X? raised questions about the murder.

Published on 14th February 2020
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Interactive and thought-provoking, Austrian choreographer Helene Weinzierl’s productions arrive in Kolkata

Austrian choreographer Helene Weinzierl draws attention to socio-political issues with her interactive choreography

Published on 14th February 2020
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Nanny McPhee child star Raphael Coleman collapses after a run, dies unexpectedly at age 25

Raphael Coleman, who starred alongside Emma Thompson and Colin Firth in the 2005 film Nanny McPhee, is no more. He was 25.

Published on 11th February 2020

The Park Chennai teams up with Last Forest and Slow Food Nilgiris for a slow food festival

The ingredients are sourced from wild forest produce that is harvested by indigenous communities

Published on 10th February 2020
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Benetton fires photographer Olivier Toscani over his remarks on 2018 Genoa bridge collapse

Photographer Olivier Toscani made a career out of provocative advertising campaigns for Benetton, the Italian clothing maker famed for its colourful knitwear. 

Published on 7th February 2020
The future of art in Singapore

Art for the future: Singapore changes the global idiom, shows us how to reimagine today's world

The art carnival is on at Singapore. It’s unlike any other festival in the region, and must be on every traveller’s quick holiday plan over the next few months. 

Published on 31st January 2020

Gucci, Valentino and others make a case for artful draping

Wear the trend with our picks...

Published on 7th February 2020

Tattva —The Studio for dance meets yoga on ECR, Chennai is themed around the five elements of nature

Expect aerial yoga, ashtanga, power yoga and more

Published on 7th February 2020
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Seeing of truth: Grand travelling exhibition celebrates 125 years of J Krishnamurti's teachings

J Krishnamurti is a spiritual figure you must recognise and know about — and if you don’t, here’s a great chance to catch up with the lessons from one of the finest minds in all of human history.

Published on 3rd February 2020
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India's pride and joy: Saving the Asiatic Lions in Gir with Upma Bhatnagar on The Lion Kingdom

Filmmaker-producer Upma Bhatnagar takes us to the depths of the Gir National Park, and the hearts of the locals, to tell us a gut-wrenching story of the survival of the majestic Asiatic Lion.

Published on 3rd February 2020

Cricketer Murali Vijay's wife opens Tattva yoga and dance studio on ECR, Chennai

The space offers a variety of niche and effective movement-based workouts, including aerial yoga and animal flow

Published on 3rd February 2020
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Road to discovery: Jane & Kito de Boer chat about their love for art before Christie's auction

Living between London and Dubai, Kito De Boer and his wife, Jane Gowers, are two of the most well-known international collectors of Indian Art.

Published on 3rd February 2020
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Last rites held for 101-year-old Punjabi writer, Sahitya Akademi Awardee, Jaswant Singh Kanwal

Eminent Punjabi writer, novelist and Sahitya Akademi Awardee, Jaswant Singh Kanwal, died at his house in Dhudike village in Moga district in Punjab after a brief illness. He was 101.

Published on 2nd February 2020

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