"I think the cardinal mistake the government of India has made is attacking students. That’s what has brought students together. It has woken up a lot of the young, middle-class people of India into the realities of the government we have today."
The special full-day conference held in Mumbai, which had 260 attendees from various fields including corporates, NGOs, government institutions and students, received messages of support from Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the 14th Dalai Lama, Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus and Ratan Tata among others
How the regeneration of Delhi’s Sujan Singh Park honours history, material and community interaction
The exhibition ‘recent life’ opened at gallery Chemould Prescott Road, Mumbai, on January 9. The cosmos and the community come together in this show, as they always have in Harsha’s works.
Bombshell does not sideline Roger Ailes as much as it places sexual abuse and its various insidious appendages at the centre of its narrative.
The museum has a display of over 1,500 items, incorporating case files and documents of the Indira Gandhi assassination documents, Mahatma Gandhi assassination case, and the Shah Bano case, to name a few. Add to these, accessories like wigs and gowns of judges, court furniture, mementoes, and paintings.
Two poems written in two different times and contexts are engaging with new rhythms through creative transpositions.
His grandfather, FN Souza was one of India’s pioneering modern artists, founder of the Progressive Artists’ Movement and creator of works of great power and strength.
Theatre actor-director Sanjeev Johri on his latest dastangoi, and performing it across the country.
More than three decades after Sudhanva Deshpande brought an injured Safdar Hashmi to a Delhi hospital, he writes a book on his comrade.
A 1970 Tangaliya textile — usually worn by women of the Bharwad shepherd community as a wraparound skirt — is also on display.
The show "Terranium Nuncius" at Mumbai's Famous Studios that opened on Friday, features two of his major works -- a new photographic and sound-based installation titled "Covering Letter" (Terranum Nuncius), and a mixed media painting on linen called "Ellipsis".
For the first time in their 20-year history, the festival organiser Kala Ghoda Association has invited people across the country who have been a part of the festival to raise funds through a crowdfunding platform.
Known for his absolute adherence to classical values and purity of music, Ramakrishnan Murthy is one of the top Carnatic vocalists today who is treated almost on par with his much celebrated seniors.
Organised by Khamir, a platform for the crafts, heritage and cultural ecology of the Kutch region of Gujarat, the four-day exhibition unfurls the traditional craft infused with contemporary designs made by artisans ranging from the age group of 18-60.
The songs of Meri Zindagi focus on issues like girl child education, women health, breastfeeding, and so on. They have also been part of government campaigns.
Designer Kalpana Das from West Bengal has rendered a modern twist to the gamchha — a traditional cotton towel with checked designs — by turning it into contemporary dresses, skirts, jackets, earrings, necklaces and table runners.
Swedish restaurateurs Jonas Karlsson and Ruth Osborne on the challenges and rewards of cooking with a conscience
In India for the first time for Goa Sunsplash, India’s largest reggae and sound system festival (that begins today and goes on till Sunday), Macka.B chats about his favourite vegetable, his vintage riddims.
The 48-minute documentary, written and directed by Chatterjee and edited by Roger Kitchen, comprises interviews with Uday’s daughter Mamata Shankar, Tanushree Shankar, Akram Khan, Ann David, Head of Dance among others.