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News  /  Published 28.02.22

SRM University launches Aadigyan to celebrate Indian culture

Aadigyan launched in a grand ceremony in hybrid mode...
By Our Correspondent

Opinion  /  Published 22.02.22

Toe the line: silencing research

Silence is golden. This seems to be the driving notion behind the Indian government’s various strategies to ensure the end of all criticism. It is comparatively easy to silence dissidents and cr...
By The Editorial Board

People  /  Published 16.02.22

To understand climate change underwater, you need to see it: Vidhi Bubna

I take every day as it comes and I plan for the day. But yes, going forward, I’ll definitely like to see Coral Warriors expand. I want to turn it into India’s initiative, especially in ter...
By Priyam Marik

News  /  Published 14.02.22

Ministry of culture to organise global summit on ‘Reimagining Museums in India’

The two-day summit in Hyderabad will be held on February 15 and 16...
By Our Correspondent

Books  /  Published 01.02.22

A reading list to explore cultural recesses

The Gospel of Loki by Joanne M. Harris If you’re a Loki fan, you might want to consider this one. The Gospel of Loki brings to light the perspective of the God of Mischief. Tired of being misun...
By Hannah Nicole D’souza

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India  /  Published 23.01.22

Govt plans Hedgewar museum

Similar protests, which involved the non-violent breaking of forest laws to oppose British rule, were organised at several places in the country during the historic movement launched by Mahatma Gandhi...
By PTI in Nagpur

Style  /  Published 20.01.22

Shriya Som’s collection fuses festive with fun for the modern Indian woman

A new year is already upon us, bringing forth with it numerous possibilities of gorgeous festivities. In case you are on the hunt for beautiful new ensembles, look no further than Hyderabad-based desi...
By Sudarshana Ganguly (t2 intern)

Arts  /  Published 14.01.22

Seeking solace in music

Wasim Ahmed Khan (picture, bottom) took the stage next for his vocal recital — he started off with Raga Multani. A sincere proponent of the Agra gharana, Khan always leaves a distinct mark ...
By Payel Sengupta

People  /  Published 09.01.22

Nicolas Facino and Astrid Wege talks about everything they like about Kolkata

How has the pandemic affected the way the institutes function? Nicolas: We needed to adapt our model quickly. We have developed an e-learning application which is common to our 800 centres all over th...
By Sudeshna Banerjee

People  /  Published 05.01.22

The quintessential and ‘madly Bangali’ passions of Tolly stars

Ever since Aranyer Din Ratri (or even before it), a jongol bhromon is one of Bengalis’ favourite holidays. Here’s Sabyasachi and Gaurav Chakraborty vacationing at Ranthambore. ...
By Pooja Mitra


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