Roll of Honour
- Ghulam Ali's concert in Mumbai cancelled after Shiv Sena's threat
- PM Modi a sensitive person, don't judge him on social media posts: BJP on Dadri lynching
- Why President Mukherjee hit the right notes on core values of 'diversity', 'plurality' and 'tolerance'
- Barack Obama apologises for air strike on Kunduz hospital: White House
- Commercial vehicles entering Delhi to pay environmental tax: NGT
Growing up in the US and India and learning from her father, legendary sitar player Pandit Ravi Shankar, Anoushka Shankar has constantly worked towards justifying her illustrious lineage. But even she would not have factored in a Grammy nomination in a category where she is pitted against her father for the hallowed gramophone. Both Anoushka and Pandit Ravi Shankar are in the fray in the Best World Music Album Category this year. While Pandit Ravi Shankar has been nominated for The Living Room Sessions Part-1 — an album that comprises a recorded session with tabla player
Tanmoy Bose in his living room last year,