Assamese author and poet Shalim Hussain on migration, NRC and a wave of Miyah poetry back home.
Offence is not always the best form of defence.
The second edition of the Morni Hills Performance Art Biennale will showcase performances and interactive workshops by over 50 artists from around the world.
Kathputli, a short documentary, puts the difficult lives of manual scavengers under the scanner.
A project titled ‘Folktales of Punjab’ is publishing storybooks for children in Shahmukhi and Gurmukhi — Punjabi’s two scripts — to bridge the divide created by the Partition.
In the light of this, Cine & TV Artists’ Association (CINTAA), at a recent press conference in Mumbai, announced several measures to counter and tackle the sexual harassment practice that has been prevalent in the industry.
The Embassy of Vietnam puts its best plate forward in its canteen.
Currently in India as part of the Oz fest, they bring narratives that are centuries old. They turn 30 next year, having performed at the opening and closing ceremonies of the summer 2000 Olympics and at the recent Commonwealth Games.
In Ultimate Grandmother Hacks, nutritionist Kavita Devgan makes a case for the traditional eating wisdom from our grandmother’s kitchens.
The comic play, Front Page, is an adaptation of a classic production of Broadway. It is being presented in Hindi by Dramatech, a theatre group founded by ex-IITians in 1985.
Taking place at Zooki and Casa Paradox at The Chanakya Mall, the sale is on till October 26. Another sale will be organised at The Park Hotel on October 29.
The work is on display at the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA) in her retrospective “Revisiting Gandhi: The Art of Shelly Jyoti (2009-18)”.
This year, the Durga Puja festivities at Chittaranjan Park focus on the environment
An exhibition of photographs highlights the urgent crisis of space and resources in Mumbai’s suburbs.
Delhi Crafts Council honoured Tripura weaver Smriti Rekha Chakma for her skill and use of natural colours.
Legendary musician Annapurna Devi passed away at 91, leaving behind a rich legacy. We speak to musicians about her music and life.
The Lotus Make-up India Fashion Week Spring-Summer 2019 edition wrapped up with a rainbow themed grand finale where designers celebrated the recent Section 377 verdict
Entertaining ourselves to madness. Human beings are not machines. Binge watching isn’t wild debauchery. Of all the vices it’s possible to succumb to — drugs, alcohol, even copious amounts of food — Netflix is, by far the least problematic.
Artist Anita Dube, curator of the fourth edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale, talks about questioning hierarchies and breaking stereotypes
The people, collections and trends at Lotus Makeup India Fashion Week Spring-Summer 2019