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Shakespeare was gay, wrote sonnets for men: Top UK director
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Shakespeare was gay, wrote sonnets for men: top UK director

William Shakespeare, whose sexuality has been a long-running debate in academic circles, may have been a gay, a top UK theatre director has claimed, asserting that it was "no longer acceptable" for performers to conceal the sexual orientation of the Bard's ... Business Standard, 3 weeks ago

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Shakespeare's influence on India being showcased in UK

William Shakespeare's relationship with South Asian countries, including India, is being showcased in an exhibition in the UK, which offers a glimpse into the bard's enduring influence on the cultures and lives of the people.
 DNA2 months ago

UK exhibition showcasing Shakespeare's influence on South Asia

A new exhibition in the UK is offering a glimpse of William Shakespeare's influence on eight South Asian countries, including India, and the bard's enduring influence on the cultures and lives of the people.
 DNA2 months ago

We're now more receptive to foreign standards of filmmaking: Sayani Gupta

Actress Sayani Gupta is excited that her new film "The Hungry" -- an adaptation of William Shakespeare's tragedy, "Titus Andronicus", will be screened at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). She says the Indian audience has started accepting ...
 Prokerala2 weeks ago

10 Jet pilots held for obscene message to DGCA official; let off

What’s in a name? “That which we call a rose by any other name,” noted William Shakespeare, “Would smell as sweet.” Well the bard’s immortal words cut no ice with an officer of the country’s civil aviation watchdog, directorate general of civil ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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Natrang stages William Shakespeare’s play ‘Twelfth Night’

JAMMU: Natrang staged William Shakespeare’s world play ‘Twelfth Night’ in Hindustani here this evening at Abhinav Theatre Jammu. Adapted and directed by Aarushi Thakur Rana, the presentation of the play was powered by AIRTEL. Aarushi Thakur Rana is a ...
 State Times1 month ago Natrang creates history presenting Shakespeare's 'Twelfth Night' at Kingdom of Dreams  State Times2 months ago

New book on Lady Macbeth focusing on reader response launched

A UGC-funded research on 'Lady Macbeth which takes a new look at Shakespearean study by focusing on a reader's response was handed over to UGC Joint Secretary Dr Mohammed Arif at the UGC Kolkata office. The book 'Lady Macbeth : An Approach from Reader ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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Football Briefs: Conte wants more signings; Lallana injured

News of all that's transpired on and off the football field Conte wants more signings IMAGE: Antonio Conte speaks to the media. Photograph: Claudio Villa/Getty Images. Chelsea manager Antonio Conte says he is not satisfied with the depth of his squad, a week ahead of the defence of the Premier League title won in May. "It's very important to try to improve our squad, we have a small squad," he told a news conference ahead of Sunday's Community Shield match against FA Cup holders Arsenal ...
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Yoodlee Films announces the line-up of upcoming 10 releases

Saregama's new studio Yoodle Films today announced the list of their upcoming ten full-length feature films. The movies will have a theatrical release starting from September 1. The first film to be released by the studio will be "Brij Mohan Amar Rahe," the ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago
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Why there isn't a perfect formula for a dream job

A change in career is really not as bad as it seems and not getting into your desired career line doesn't mean you're a failure, says Kriselle Fonseca.  It was the first day of primary school. My teacher asked everyone to tell her what we aspired to be. I kid you not, 90 per cent of my class said, 'doctor'. Then there was me, the plump, enthusiastic kid, who proudly stood up and said, 'commercial pilot'. Travel has always fascinated me. The thrill of seeing a new place, of fast-paced ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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