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BTS and its loyal army of fans

It’s 10.30 on a Monday night, and Ashley Hackworth is putting the final touches on a personal project to...

Peanuts: Security blanket for the child hiding in us

Cartoon is a fairly sort of a proposition. You have to be fairly intelligent — if you were really intell...
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Through a lens, fairly

At a time when artists are judged as much for their politics as their work, Waswo X. Waswo’s exhibition,...

True balm: Timeless Beethoven

“Taken as a whole, Beethoven’s body of work represents the greatest evidence of man’s triump...

Fiery ideas

It’s amazing what young artists like Viraag Desai, who operates from both Calcutta and Mumbai, can achie...

Experience love and its pitfalls with When Chai Met Toast

Multilingual indie band from Kochi, When Chai Met Toast, have dropped their third track Kahaani from their upc...

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Culture  /  Published 21.01.20

What awaits you at Kolkata Literary Meet 2020

Amitav Ghosh: Shadow Lines to Gun Island, Calcutta has always been at the heart of Ghosh’s novels, and equally, the city has always had the author in its heart. The Gem of Jodhpur Park speaks on the...
By The Telegraph in

Opinion  /  Published 13.09.18

In the beginning was the bindu

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By Soumitra Das in

Culture  /  Published 26.06.19

50 years of the Stonewall uprising in pictures

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By Smita Tripathi in

Entertainment  /  Published 19.03.20

Arati Kadav on exploring sci-fi with Cargo

Fascinated by the science-fiction genre ever since she was a kid, Arati Kadav has received accolades for her maiden feature film Cargo. The sci-fi film that stars Vikrant Massey and Shweta Tripathi, h...
By Priyanka Roy in

Arts  /  Published 14.03.20

Your grief, my brief

Since the lockdown in Kashmir on August 5 last year (relaxed in several, agonising phases over seven months and more), Sumona Chakravarty has been putting out a series of Facebook posts with the hasht...
By Manasi Shah in

Culture  /  Published 11.03.20

A tale of epic rumination

Students of Kalamandalam Goutam at Behala Natyalok, in collaboration with a bunch of artists, actualised an unfinished project of their guru in the form of a dance drama titled Raja — The Formless K...
By Ankit Santra in

Culture  /  Published 26.05.19

Korean director wins Cannes' top prize

South Korean director Bong Joon-ho's raucous social satire Parasite, about a poor family of hustlers who find jobs with a wealthy family, won the Cannes Film Festival's top award, the Palme d'Or, on S...
By AP in Cannes

Culture  /  Published 25.05.19

Theatre for social and political change

When they reconvened, the villager who had disagreed was ready with his argument. He made the point that the guilty man was a poor man and it was his poverty that had made him steal the vegetable in t...
By Moumita Chaudhuri in

Culture  /  Published 30.11.19

Art of the matter

The adrenalin was at its highest point when Jussi Pylkkänen, global president of Christie’s, opened the auction on December 19 around 7.30pm by offering lot one. That night we totalled Rs 96,59,37,...
By Mathures Paul in

Arts  /  Published 15.12.18

Tripura's theatre artistes anxious under new govt

A makeshift mosque stands tall onstage. A play is in progress. An actor playing Swami Vivekananda is talking about the greatness of all religions. Some scenes later he refuses to meet the Brahmins —...
By Sonia Sarkar in


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