Arts & Entertainment

A Too-Perfect Picture

The photographs in “India,” all taken in the last 40 years, are popular in part because they evoke an earlier time in Indian history, as well as old ideas of what photographs of Indians should look like

Heart of The Matter

Both ‘Carol’ and ‘Aligarh’ are about gay lives, but the similarities between these films go deeper

PM Modi to Join World Leaders in Wax at Madame Tussauds

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will join the ranks of prominent global leaders at Madame Tussauds in London, Singapore, Hong Kong and Bangkok next month, the world famous wax museum announced.

Travel Around The World With Bollywood in 2016

This year our films will take us everywhere—from pristine landscapes of Kashmir and concrete wonders of Vienn to the beaches of Pattaya and off the beaten track to Shillong.

Madame Tussauds to Unveil Narendra Modi Wax Statue

The statue, featuring Mr Modi in a traditional Indian greeting with folded hands, will go on display in London, Singapore, Hong Kong and Bangkok.

NY Artist’s Comic Illustrations About The Life Of An Indian Girl

The gossipping neighbours, the aunties telling girls that the ultimate aim is marriage to a wealthy man and an army of children, the superstitious relatives who fear doom with every step.

Getting a Feel of India

The idea is to give a different kind of exposure to our students, giving them a taste of Indian culture.

Robert Mugabe Back From Mysterious Singapore India Trip

President Robert Mugabe ihas arrived back home from Singapore where he had stopped over en-route to the World Culture Festival in India.

Is The Scale of World Culture Festival 2016 Worth The Cost

The 1000 singers at Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s World Cultural Festival, which begins on 11 March, will probably lip-sync. So is it worth destroying the Yamuna floodplain?

UK's Daily Mail Mocked For Failing to Recognise Star

Indians have been ridiculing a British daily on Twitter after it failed to recognise Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone in a report.

Sri Sri Event Sees Opposition Unite Against Government

The government faced opposition anger in Parliament over the mega festival organized by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar's Art of Living on the banks of the river Yamu

An Enclave of Europe on The Indian Sub-continent

Maritime Goa has been the center of economic exchanges for Mesopotamians, Etruscans, Greeks, Arabs, and others.

Preity Zinta Confirms Marriage to Gene Goodenough

Bollywood actress Preity Zinta has confirmed that she has given up her 'Miss' tag by marrying her American beau, Gene Goodenough.

UK, Indian Naval Bands to Play at India Gate

A UK Royal Marines band will team up with an Indian Navy band to drum up some scintillating music at the India Gate here on March 4 evening.

Will Streaming Help India's Music Sales

Can the rise of streaming services - offering legal access to music at prices some are prepared to pay - make a difference?

Preity Zinta Marries Gene Goodenough

Congratulations are the order of the day, as the weddings bells chimed in sunny California for actress Preity Zinta and beau Gene Goodenough who got married on February 29 in Los Angeles.

Oscars Red Carpet Was Ruled by Bright Colours

From Priyanka Chopra to Jennifer Lawrence,Oscars red carpet was ruled by bright colours.

Tragic Story

Why a gay Indian professor's death inspired a film.

Hindi Film Songs And The Proverbs For Our Times

Proverbs bring a pithy quality to lyrics, conveying and expressing with a punch feelings and emotions that long-winded lines may not be able to convey.

How Bollywood Star Sanjay Dutt Spent His Time in Jail

Dutt was sentenced for firearms offences linked to the 1993 Mumbai blasts which killed 257 people and injured 713.

The Bollywood Dancers of Bolivia

Shah Rukh Khan is king, even in the town of Oruro, 3,700m above sea level, in South America

Chennai Techie Wins USA's Remi Award For Debut Film

Previous recipients include George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, the Coen Brothers and Ang Lee.

Maharashtra Govt Finds a New Role For Aamir Khan

Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan, whose comments on "intolerance" had sparked a row last year is partnering with the BJP-led Maharashtra government for its flagship water conservation and drought mitigation programme.

Indian Officials Dispute Claims of Bollywood Movie Airlift

The release of the film was followed by counter-claims by Indian officials that the movie was more faff than fact.

Bollywood Heads to America

For the first time, the International Indian Film Academy awards will be held in the United States.

Sikh Actor Barred From Flying to US

A Sikh actor has claimed he was barred from boarding an Aeromexico plane because of his turban.

Cabin Crew Suspended Over Sonu Nigam's Concert on Flight

Jet Airways has suspended five crew members who were part of a chartered flight after aviation watchdog DGCA took serious note of the episode.

Cabin Crew Suspended Over Sonu Nigam's Concert on Flight

Jet Airways has suspended five crew members who were part of a chartered flight after aviation watchdog DGCA took serious note of the episode.

That Taxi in The Coldplay Video

It may be in the news for all the wrong reasons, but there’s an art collective in Mumbai who are excited about their contribution to the video

Remembering The Golden Days of Kathakali

In the south Indian village of Vellinezhi something rare is happening - the villagers, hearing the drums, are making their way to an outdoor stage lit by brass lamps.

Is India's Outrage Over Coldplay Justified

Our anxiety about how the world sees us makes us ultra sensitive to a video like this.

Priyanka Chopra Will be Presenting at the Oscars This Year

Actress priyanka Chopra will be on the Red Carpet as one of the preesenters at Hollywood's biggest night

Chasing the Lure of a Royal Past With Greyhound Racing

There were greyhounds from Canada, from Ireland and England, and a few from the United States.

Modernists And The Evolution of Modern Indian Art

The collection is replete with history, from a 1938 work by Ramkinkar Baij, to handwritten comments by the artists.

The Studio Without Walls

A reflection on mobile serendipity, Photoshop, and the brides and grooms who look too good in their wedding photos

The Red Bulb Stays On

In this age of digital photography, 66-year-old Bikash Bose still manually develops and prints black and white photos

Is Akshay Kumar’s Airlift Selling a Lie to Indians

The film implies that India’s ambassador to Iraq failed to come to people’s rescue.

Priyanka Chopra: The Star Strategist

At 33, the actor is confidently scripting her own definition of what it means to be an Indian film star, and finding unprecedented success on a global stage

The Music of Our Lives

From classical to indie via ‘bauls’, ‘qawwals’ and songs of work and worship, an upcoming museum in Bengaluru will be a tribute to the soundtrack of India.

Sanjay Dutt to be Released on February 25

The actor has completed around 50 months out of the 60-month sentence that was announced by the Supreme Court. A regular remission was granted to him by the authorities on account of good conduct.

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