The ITC Sangeet Research Academy and the Odissi Vision & Movement Centre presented Monsoon Memories, a dance show on the inaugural day of the Malhar Festival at G.D. Birla Sabhaghar. Conceived of and choreographed by Sharmila Biswas, a cerebral ... Calcutta Telegraph, 4 days ago
'His script, his body language is different, at the most he is a trained pracharak, a national politician building a base, an audience, a community of behaviours and followers from a younger generation, attempting to talk to children so they become his enthusiasts. Many are and that is his victory,' says Shiv Visvanathan.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Symbolism is an unforgiving discipline. It has a force of its own, it loves the copy as a challenge but hates the imitator. It understands ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago
'Murders happen every day. Some get correctly solved, some get incorrectly solved and some never get solved. Most of the time, nobody bothers. But if the murdered person is someone big or related to someone big, then it becomes a problem...' Sherna Gandhy's tongue-in-cheek take on how some cases are solved. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com I am writing this account to clear my name. All sorts of things are being said about me by these presswallahs and I must defend myself. I am retired ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
We had asked you, our readers to tell us how you dealt with a sour relationship. Sulabh Khare has these words of advice: Delete all communication and contacts of the person (Facebook, mobile number, WhatsApp) Don't think about her/him. Maintain a distance. Move to a different place if possible. Always be positive. Look for new relations. Have you gone through a sour relationship? Could you tell us the five ways in which you coped with it? What were the lessons you learnt? We would like to ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Equations have changed in the new India. If the ’60 and the ’70s saw migration of people from South India to North India, it is the reverse right now. And without understanding this new dynamics, if the ruling party were to impose on the majority a language spoken by just 45 pc of the people, it is unlikely to be accepted without demur, says Shobha Warrier. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com I consider myself an Indian; a non-Hindi speaking one at that. As a school student, I had ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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