Parul Bajaj The Indian Express Group
Tuesday 26 November '13The anthology has poems on the common man’s helplessness.
Thursday 14 November '13
Tuesday12 November '13Words and views shared a common platform at the just concluded Chandigarh Literature Festival
Saturday26 October '13The author explores the theme of self-contradiction through three characters of a novel.
Saturday19 October '13The theme for this year's festival is 'Greater Punjab', which has been the cradle of the Indus Valley civilisation.
Saturday19 October '13Weekend theatre at Kalagram aims to reach out to a wider audience.
Friday30 August '13Every month, Theatre For Theatre will stage a production based on the work of local writers
Tuesday30 April '13Neelam Man Singh Chowdhry’s new play is a melange of “sensations, situations and improvisations”
Sunday28 April '13The photo exhibition “Cages to Correction” is about prisons in 14 Indian states.
Sunday21 April '13The works celebrate the various facets of love, life and freedom, along with all their imperfections.
Friday19 April '13The city is witnessing a slew of theatre festivals and new acts.
Tuesday9 April '13Getting the body, mind and spirit to a state of equilibrium is Soorya Kaur’s persistent practice.
Saturday6 April '13Inspired by the recent Delhi gang rape incident, the play Her-Story will depict various stages in a woman’s life.
Friday5 April '13Curator Neenu Vij says that man is always in awe of the effortless and joyous flight of winged beauties, their capacity to weave a shelter with the weakest materials and their courage to let go of the...
Saturday30 March '13The All-India Women Artists’ Contemporary Art Exhibition showcases an amalgamation of socio-political expressions.
Tuesday26 March '13Puppet Theatre Chandigarh seeks to explore the potential of puppetry in education and entertainment.
Friday22 March '13At an ongoing multimedia art workshop in the city, viewers’ involvement is as much part of the process.
Saturday16 March '13You may shop and splurge over the weekend as Vanity Fair, the annual two-day event held at the sprawling Whispering Willows resort in Zirakpur is back in its 12th edition.
Tuesday5 March '13The annual art exhibition by the group WE is a colourful ode to the spirit of womanhood
Saturday2 March '13Daughter of Uday and Amala Shankar, and niece of Pandit Ravi Shankar, Mamata Shankar is not burdened by her last name.
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