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Apu rises from the ashes

Satyajit Ray's Apu trilogy has got a new lease of life, thanks to a band of talented restorers In real life, the odds against a tidy ending are staggering, but this story is an inspiring exception. It began with a terrible accident that ... DNA India, 2 weeks ago

As tales unravel…

Mahmood Farooqui and Danish Husain speak of their journey of being dastangos and the road ahead for Dastangoi Mahmood Farooqui, dastango, writer and director, says notwithstanding Indian's love for Urdu, the history of Dakhani must be recognised.
 The Hindu1 week ago

Designer of the Week: Shiva Nallaperumal

Join Matteo Bologna, cofounder of Mucca Design, for God is in the Kerning: Branding from a Typographer's Point of View, anuplifting and humorous talk exclusively at HOW Design Live . HDL is the biggest gathering of creative professionals anywhere.
 Print3 weeks ago
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Quest to save India's cine history

Q. What was the idea behind the Film Preservation & Restoration School India, launched by Viacom18 in collaboration with your organisation, Film Heritage Foundation? A. With education being one of the main concerns of Film Heritage Foundation ...
 Mid Day4 weeks ago
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Beauty unleashed

Indians are navel-gazers when it comes to cinema. We are devoted mainly to ourselves, our cinema, which is rich and varied enough. It is practically inconceivable that we would restore a print of a classic film from, say, Kazakhstan or Burkina Faso, ...
 Mid Day4 weeks ago

To Save A Movie Heritage — Review

(FROM THE WALL STREET JOURNAL 2/28/15) By Priyanka Pereira India has one of the world's most prolific film industries, but preserving its output for future generations of moviegoers is proving difficult. We have lost a colossal amount of ...
 iMarketReports1 month ago
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Belinda Carlisle: Coming full circle

CALLING: Belinda Carlisle Chart-topping singer Belinda Carlisle has had a spiritual connection to India for the longest time. It has resulted in her embracing the rich culture of the country, becoming an accomplished yoga practitioner ...
 Asian Times Online UK1 month ago Belinda Carlisle: Coming full  Asian Times Online UK1 month ago

The curious votary of free press

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Narayan Dutt TOPICS Narayan Dutt, H.Y. Sharada Prasad's younger brother, one of India's finest Hindi journalists, passed away in June 2014. In his memory, Mumbai University begins a lecture series from ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Cross-cultural sharing intrinsic to international relations

The author at a dance rehearsal in preparation for a US tour in 1992 Seeing US President Barack Obamba on Rajpath viewing the 66th Indian Republic Day Parade was thrilling. It is wonderful to see US-India relations at the high end of a curve that has had its ...
 Asian Age1 month ago


A recent concert presented by the Abhinandan Cultural Institute stood out for a variety of reasons, says ram narayan ram THE Abhinandan Cultural Institute presented a wonderful concert in Kolkata on 11 January at Aban Mahal, CLT auditorium, and ...
 The Statesman1 month ago
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