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Theatre group Abhinet is celebrating its 46 years with a new play, titled Raktbeej

Playwright Shankar Shesh believed in re-inventing mythology and has done this through his many works including Ek Aur Dronacharya and Komal Gandhar. The play Raktbeej is also inspired by the mythical demon Raktbeej, whose every drop of blood creates another replica of his.

Tagore Theatre: Bal Tarun, Yuva Sangeet Mahotsav begins July 12

On July 14, there is a competition of Classical Voice 2018, Chandigarh, which will be conducted under four age categories. The competition is based only on classical singing, to encourage children who are pursuing classical music.

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Doctors put together film on cross-border love

The two-hour film based on the story of ‘Musarrat’ by Dr Manjit Bal was directed by Som Sahota.

Sitar, kathak strike a chord at Pracheen Kala Kendra event

Harvinder Sharma of the Imdadkhani gharana and an accomplished music virtuoso from Panch Haryana opened the programme with a sitar recital.

Act Two

This act strives to look at history with a fresh set of eyes.

Welcome to the world of magic!

The author explores the theme of self-contradiction through three characters of a novel.

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Images from Iran

When it comes to non-commercial realistic cinema,the world applauds stories coming out of Iran.

Teachers’ welfare panel to launch multiple campaigns for speedy regularisation

Over 1,000 SSA teachers attended the conference,held at Tagore Theatre.

Soul to Stage

It’s a homecoming that was long overdue. The members of Manch Tantra — a theatre group formed a decade ago in Chandigarh by Ayushmann Khurrana,Aviral Gupta,Tahira Kashyap,Gurpreet Saini and Rochak Kohli — are back in action. Famous for plays such as Socha Na Tha (2003),Painter Babu (2004),Give Peace a Chance (2005),Jab Sheher Hamara Sota Hai […]

Fate and Chance

Aulakh now also collaborates with other Indian and international artistes for performances.

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