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Pilgrims thronging Gurudwaras with gaiety and devotion

Pilgrims thronging Gurudwaras with gaiety and devotion

April 23, 2018

  Baisakhi, celebrated on April 13 or 14 every year in north India, is a harvest festival of the winter ( rabi) crops. For the Sikh community, the day is also as a celebration of the New Year and a day of thanksgiving to the Lord for their fortune and prayers for better crop...

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A bibliophile’s dream

A bibliophile’s dream

January 12, 2018

Despite the infiltration of e-books and kindles in the market, book fairs in India are celebrated with fanfare. The 26th edition of the New Delhi World Book Fair is on in full force in the national capital, New Delhi, at Pragati Maidan (exhibition hall). The book fair started on ...

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In focus: lights, camera, click!

In focus: lights, camera, click!

January 13, 2017

Photography, in India, is fast emerging as a preferred career option that is both attractive and remunerative, and not only the youth but people of all ages are coming forward to showcase their views and skills.

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Indian classical stalwart M Balamurali Krishna passes away

Indian classical stalwart M Balamurali Krishna passes away

November 24, 2016

Mangalampalli Balamurali Krishna, the iconic Carnatic vocalist and musician, who was hailed for his creative skills, passed away in Chennai on November 22, at the age of 86.

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Movie review: Pink

Movie review: Pink

September 20, 2016

While the Indian film space is gradually getting used to a diverse set of subjects, sometimes uneasy social commentaries like Pink come as a much-needed guidebook underlining issues such as prejudices against women and their degree of freedom in the patriarchal Indian society.

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