Friday, January 21, 2022

Trump’s ex-wife to publish book

New York, March 16 US President Donald Trump's former wife is set to publish a non-partisan, non-political book detailing her experience of raising their three children, the media reported.

Royal nostalgia Reminiscences of hunting expeditions

Jaipur, March 16 At a time when hotels are largely adopting a modern outlook in terms of their decor and ambience, these two historic lodges in Rajasthan stand tall as reminders of an era gone by, of Maharajas and their hunting expeditions and of solitude, synonymous with countryside.

Weavers-led show commences AIFW AW 2017

New Delhi, March 15 Led by weavers, the Amazon India Fashion Week (AIFW) Autumn Winter 2017, started the day with the work of students of The Handloom School.

Singer Nahid Afrin not afraid of fatwa, gets support

Mumbai, March 15 After some Islamic clerics in Assam issued a 'fatwa' against her, young singer Nahid Afrin of Indian Idol Junior fame, says she is not afraid and would not stop singing or performing till her death. Celebrated names like Vishal Dadlani, Taslima Nasreen, Paresh Rawal and Shobhaa De also came to her defence.

German President-elect has an Indian ‘intellectual connection’ (Lead, correcting intro)

Chandigarh, March 15 German President-elect Frank-Walter Steinmeier, who will be assuming office on Sunday, has an Indian connection -- not political but an intellectual one!

Writers and innovative scholars important to us President

New Delhi, March 15 President Pranab Mukherjee has said that writers and Innovation Scholars are special because they have innovative, sensitive and imaginative minds which transcend the boundaries of time, place and surroundings. He said that the impact of their creations is everlasting.

Serendipity Arts Festival comes to Delhi, brings a showcase of great Indian art

New Delhi, March 15 After eight days of cultural extravaganza in Goa last December, Serendipity Arts Festival is all set for its Delhi edition, bringing a rare mix of crafts exhibition, photography exhibition, design installation, dance performances, storytelling session and a theatre performance to the Capital.

Life of Dalits hasn’t changed since Ambedkar’s times Chidambaram

New Delhi, March 15 Revisiting the death of Rohith Vemula and the assault against Dalits in Gujarat's Una, former Finance Minister P Chidambaram has said that people of India should hang their heads in shame for not protecting the country's Dalits in the country.

This Ramlila presents an enduring tapestry of communal harmony

New Delhi, March 15 Nestled in Uttar Pradeshs glass-factory district of Firozabad is Kheriya, a small village which for over 50 years now has been enacting the hugely popular Ramlila with pomp and fervour. What makes it distinct is that Muslims form the majority of its cast, presenting an enduring and spectacular tapestry of communal harmony.

Seattle audience to get a flavor of Tagore

Seattle, March 15 A century after Rabindranath Tagores visit to Seattle in 1916, a South Asian Arts Organisation based in the Washington State area of the US, is bringing one of Tagores finest compositions to the public.