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Fun through the night

21 Feb 2015

Raids and crackdowns pared down the party scene in Mumbai some years ago, but this could soon change with Aditya Thackeray's plans for the ...

The famous indie band you haven't heard of

21 Feb 2015

Alt-J, a British band that recently won the Mercury Prize, brings its folktronica and indie rock music to India for the first time

Life on stage

14 Feb 2015

A dramatic narration by Anupam Kher and an arresting stage adaptation of Ismat Chughtai's short stories by Naseeruddin Shah, among other ...

A dose of culture under the coconut trees

14 Feb 2015

Music festivals such as the upcoming Nariyal Paani in Alibaug are bringing the visual arts within their purview as well

Comedy takes centrestage

07 Feb 2015

Stage42, a new multi-city festival, is hosting top-billed international and Indian comedians for a month

From the street to palaces of high art

07 Feb 2015

The quirky side of life in the British countryside finds a modern incarnation in a unique art show

Let's paint the town

31 Jan 2015

The St+Art festival in Delhi takes art out of the gallery to positively change the urban landscape

Reggae rock with some wine

31 Jan 2015

This year's SulaFest, an annual music event in Nashik, will showcase underexposed names from the world of music

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

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