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An Ode to a Dreamer

Friday 3 January '14

Shabnam Virmani, Sufi singer Madangopal Singh and Dagarvani dhrupad singers Gundecha Bandhu.
Behind the Canvas

Monday 23 December '13

An exhibition in the Capital offers a glimpse into the working style and thought process of five artists
Joining the Dots

Sunday 22 December '13

An exhibition about geometry and diagrammatic structure speaks of the malaise in society
Mixed Emotions

Friday 20 December '13

Artist Fariba Alam’s first solo show in the country reflects fractured memories of her family and fascination for Islamic architecture
Connecting Line

Tuesday 17 December '13

Eleven Mexican artists celebrate opposites in an exhibition on global issues
Rein Check

Thursday 12 December '13

An exhibition in the city explores the journey and relevance of puppets in society.
Dual Identities

Saturday 7 December '13

Part of the exhibition “Feminine Divine” at Gallerie Ganesha, this is Burman’s way of honouring women.
‘Not enough poetry is written nowadays’

Monday 2 December '13

Amitabh Bachchan talks about women’s literacy, poetry and cinema at the Penguin Annual Lecture
The Artiste’s Way

Monday 2 December '13

Singer-actor Monica Dogra on her debut album Shaa’ir and why she limits herself to certain roles
Art in High Places

Saturday 30 November '13

Contemporary artists reinterpret Raja Ravi Varma’s oleographs through popular culture.
The Artiste's Way - Shaa'ir records a solo album

Friday 29 November '13

Singer-actor Monica Dogra on her debut solo album Shaa’ir and why she limits herself to certain roles.
Sounds of Fury

Monday 25 November '13

An exhibition on sound art has you listening to the sound of a melting glacier, and the violent history of a violin.
Poster Kitsch

Wednesday 20 November '13

Karachi-based artist Muhammad Zeeshan takes inspiration from Bollywood and posters for his exhibition ‘Posternama’.
Sun is the Limit

Monday 18 November '13

Fifteen artists look at the ‘black sun’ as a metaphor through an exhibition at Devi Art Foundation.
That Sinking Feeling

Wednesday 13 November '13

The exhibition has brought together 50 works by nine artists such as Chandan Gomes and Vicky Roy.
A Room of One’s Own

Monday 11 November '13

Sudha Murty talks about her latest book House of Cards and how the changing face of India has affected her writing over the years.
Czech Mate

Monday 11 November '13

An exhibition brings together the splendour of medieval castle architecture from the Czech Republic.
A Room of One’s Own

Monday 11 November '13

Author Sudha Murty talks about her latest book House of Cards and how the changing face of India has affected her writing over the years
A Room of One’s Own

Saturday 9 November '13

Author Sudha Murty talks about her latest book House of Cards and how the changing face of India has affected her writing over the years.
Like Plants in the Water

Thursday 31 October '13

The exhibition, which concludes today, has 30 works on display.

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Shashi TharoorPawan Khera and Shashi Tharoor's defence of the UPA, as rejoinders to articles by Pratap Bhanu Mehta and Shekhar Gupta, displays how political sycophancy can distort perception. They are written to ensure their status in the party. Madhu Trehan A people in despair, a government in wonderland Comments
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