Culture

Meera George performing Still I Rise.

Meera George’s powerful opera piece brings gender issues to the forefront

Performance artist Meera George, whose works are mainly inspired by gender and...

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‘Indian cricket has given me much joy and heartbreak’

Mihir Bose started writing about cricket in the 1970s and bore witness to the glory days as well as the...

An installation work at the Venice Biennale 2019.

At Venice Biennale, the art’s for sale, if you know the right people

The 58th edition of the Venice Biennale, now open to the public, epitomises how conflicted today’s art world feels about...

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Ajay Devgn: My genre is versatility

After his Bollywood debut with Phool Aur Kaante in 1991, Ajay Devgn emerged as an action hero nonpareil. But over...

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Pasolini review: One rebellious filmmaker’s tribute to another

In the autumn of 1975, at the Rome apartment he shares with his mother and a cousin, Pier Paolo Pasolini...

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Climate change and rising sea levels may wipe out Bengal tigers

Climate change and rising sea levels eventually may wipe out one of the world’s last and largest tiger strongholds, scientists...

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A bold work of fiction about the current situation in West Bengal

12 January 2013. Sachin Lohia, a billionaire businessman, has just woken up from a nightmare, which is about a devastating...

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We are living under the dominion of the algorithm

A professor at Wharton, Kartik Hosnagar in his new book looks at how the latest advancements in artificial intelligence and...

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‘I aim to create a culture that values creativity’

Shalini Passi, who is ranked among India’s most prominent art patrons, speaks to Bhumika Popli about the cultural forums she...