Bubble shooter

24 Jan 2015

India is one of the 18 countries in the world to have sampled the ungaingly, yet amusing game of bubble soccer

Where pigments meet philosophy

24 Jan 2015

The India Art Fair in New Delhi will be a coalescing of international and domestic thoughts and trends in art

What we need on the Censor Board are people who won't become political tools: Anurag Kashyap

24 Jan 2015

After Leela Samson resigned as chairperson of the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) citing governmental interference amid ...

Capturing the quirks of a city

17 Jan 2015

An ongoing photography exhibition is showcasing interesting images of 1940s Kolkata

Poetry, music and a narrative against censorship

17 Jan 2015

Besides hosting writers from across the world, the Jaipur Literature Festival will also pay a tribute to lyrical traditions and silenced ...

The greatness of this team lies in its unpredictability: Anshuman Gaekwad

17 Jan 2015

After an arduous Test series against Australia, India must now turn their focus to the shorter format of the game. With the 2015 ICC ...

The normal in a different light

10 Jan 2015

CAMP's three-city retrospective brings technical experimentation and artistic form together in a refreshing insight into the mundane

Fell unknown, remembered now with respect

10 Jan 2015

An exhibition of photographs and battle-field paraphernalia honours the lives of 75,000 Indians who lost their lives in World War

As heavy as metal gets

03 Jan 2015

A 156-year-old, weather beaten industrial complex in Byculla has become the favoured venue for indie music events

The silent collector

03 Jan 2015

Swaraj Art Archive houses rare and significant artworks from the 1900s to the 1980s

The stigma attached to the arms business must go away: Maroof Raza

03 Jan 2015

The role of arms agents representing weapon manufacturers pitching for defence deals has often been grey and ill-defined. But recently ...

Dream interrupted?

27 Dec 2014

Kingdom of Dreams in Gurgaon might be facing financial hiccups but the show is far from over

A musical odyssey in Chennai

27 Dec 2014

The world's largest festival of Carnatic music is on. And this time performances have moved to temples and heritage bungalows

A Marwari treat for vegetarians

20 Dec 2014

Kathputli, a new home-styled eatery, offers authentic and sattvik Rajasthani fare in an intimate setting

Bengaluru's heritage markets to give way to faceless malls

20 Dec 2014

Bengaluru's civic authorities plan to demolish centuries-old markets in the city and replace them with revenue-yielding shopping malls

Market forces are what drive film awards: Mahesh Bhatt

20 Dec 2014

Interview with Director-producer

Mumbai's new theatre hub

13 Dec 2014

For the first time in eight years, Thespo - the annual theatre festival for young drama enthusiasts - will move beyond Prithvi Theatre to ...

Across the face of the clock

13 Dec 2014

A multimedia exhibition raises questions about the nature and different dimensions of time

An art observatory

06 Dec 2014

The second edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale promises to be a laboratory of contemporary ideas

On an amble with Khusro

06 Dec 2014

Go for a unique heritage walk fashioned around the life of one of medieval India's greatest artists and poets

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