The lost spirit of Dilli Haat

19 Apr 2014

A platform for artisans from the remotest corners of the country, Dilli Haat is losing its sheen with complaints of rampant ...

On a funny note

05 Apr 2014

A handful of music bands is breaking into Mumbai's comic entertainment space with rib-tickling compositions about topics ranging from the ...

Art from the soil

05 Apr 2014

At the Tribal Workshop Conclave, you will find age-old artistic traditions like the bhitti chitra from Chhattisgarh and the Rabha paintings ...

Ramayana goes digital

29 Mar 2014

Stunning paintings from the Mewar Ramayana, portions of which were in India and UK for more than 150 years, have been digitally reunited by ...

Body of art

29 Mar 2014

An 11-week long exhibition, featuring over 220 objects, showcases the human body not just as a subject but also as a medium for exploring ...

Guerrilla art

08 Mar 2014

As part of Project 560, artistes are interpreting stories of conflict and change in spaces across Bangalore

Washoku: cuisine with a heart

08 Mar 2014

Chef Katsuya Honda presents an age-old culinary art that has recently found its way into UNESCO'S heritage list

AAP is a hope-giving force; to strengthen it is my duty: Rajmohan Gandhi

01 Mar 2014

The Congress is seen as belonging to the khaas (special) people, while significant sections feel threatened by the Bharatiya Janata Party, ...

Shelves of history in Gurgaon

01 Mar 2014

Prabhu Book Service has been the one-stop shop for antique books since 1962

The order of chaos

01 Mar 2014

Rather than the grandeur associated with mythology, artist KG Subramanyan's paintings look at gaucherie and imperfection

I am working on a book on my life: Anil Kapoor

21 Sep 2013

He has spent over 35 years in the entertainment industry and has worked with every possible big name. Anil Kapoor, 56, has been around a ...

Hauz Khas eateries land in a soup

21 Sep 2013

More than 30 of the 41 restaurants in one of Delhi's most popular hubs have shut down temporarily after the pollution board cracked the

Their drums beat for Ganesha

21 Sep 2013

Traditional dhol-tasha troupes from small towns such as Solapur, Kolhapur and Shirdi travel to Mumbai each year for the 11-day long ...

The challenge is to connect NSD with India: Waman Kendre

14 Sep 2013

After a year's delay, the government finally formalised the appointment of a new director for the National School of Drama (NSD) in August. ...

Presidency's struggle with poribortan

14 Sep 2013

With faculty members and university administration in a constant headlock and students struggling to get their voices heard, the ...

Just a funny guy

14 Sep 2013

Part of the budding set of minority stand-up comedians in the UK, Imran Yusuf confronts politics, religion and multicultural issues with ...

Old charm in new colours

07 Sep 2013

Two structures that have been part of Mumbai for about a hundred years, get a cheerful facelift and a thumbs-up from Unesco

Squarely in the limelight

07 Sep 2013

A film festival focuses on narratives of and by women on a wide range of issues

The serial experiments

31 Aug 2013

From "designing" slime to working in the ER - the first Indian edition of the Edinburgh International Science Festival promises a host of ...

We want to re-connect the present with the past: Hugo Weihe

31 Aug 2013

Interview with International Director of Asian Art, Christie's, New York

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