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Bringing back the last king of Awadh to life
Calcutta Telegraph

Bringing back the last king of Awadh to life

Descendants of Wajid Ali Shah, the last king of Awadh, presented the cup in his name at the Royal Calcutta Turf Club on Friday afternoon.Picture by Bishwarup Dutta When the descendants of the last king of Awadh (the Brits called it Oudh), Wajid ... Calcutta Telegraph, 1 day ago

Poster Girl

Recently, a friend asked me if I had ever stolen books. It was a casual question, but clearly also a challenge, a gauntlet thrown down to test just how low I lay in the good girl stakes. Well, I had to confess Ive never stolen a book. Then, ...
 Hindu Business Line1 week ago

On books, movies and beyond

Sandip Ray speaks to subhadrakalyan rana about his father and his own work in Bengali cinema He is an Indian film director who mainly works in Bengali cinema. He also the only child of globally acclaimed director Satyajit Ray; his mother is ...
 The Statesman1 week ago

The child within the maestro of Kathak

Even at 76, Kathak maestro Birju Maharaj has the innocence of a child. The childlike enthusiasm becomes apparent when he talks about life in Lucknow, his love for technology and the innocent joy of small things.In town for a performance, Birju ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Twinkle Khanna celebrates birthday in South Africa

A look at the top tweets from your favourite Bollywood celebrities:Actress Twinkle Khanna, who is currently holidaying in South Africa with husband Akshay Kumar, celebrated her 40th birthday on December 29.Sonakshi Sinha wished her on Twitter and wrote: 'Happy happy birthday @mrsfunnybones!! Hope cape town is giving u enough fodder for another article to make us laugh. have a suuuuper day!'Meanwhile, Twinkle Khanna shared a picture (left) and wrote: 'December in South Africa #sublime.' Sunny ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

The Reel Diaries

Bengali, Malayalam and Kannada film industries take the lead when it comes to adapting books to films. If Marathi films have sought out the works of Vijay Tendulkar, Tamil cinema has had Kalki Krishnamurthy. Satyajit Ray would be the one Indian ...
 Outlook India4 weeks ago

Between the lines

As Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge celebrates 1000 weeks, rewinds with Javed Siddiqui, whose dialogues have kept the film alive for almost two decades. The media is often guilty of scratching the surface. It came to the fore all over again when ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

How things changed!

| Pioneer Pablo Bartholomew's The Calcutta Diaries captures how the city looked in the 70s and 80s He captured Kolkata when the city was on the cusp of change. Photographer Pablo Bartholomew, who has seen the city reshaping, is now ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

A photographer who showed us the real Kolkata

This week, the focus is on the work of Pablo Bartholomew, whose insightful photos have won him awards and recognition across the globe. Pablo’s exhibition of photographs dating back to the 1970s and 80s are on show at Kolkata’s art gallery Akar Prakar ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

If Mirza's relatives had to migrate today, it would be to Canada or Dubai

Screenplay writer Shama Zaidi recounts the making of Garm Hava and its relevance today Restored and re-released recently, Garm Hava is a poignant story of a Muslim family who stayed on in India after Partition. Screenplay writer Shama Zaidi ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
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