Achyuta Samanta, a social entrepreneur from India, is among 15 laureates selected for the prestigious Gusi Peace Prize for the year 2014, Samanta's office here said Saturday.
A girl meets a boy, they fall in love and get married. This sounds so cliched in today's world where dating rules apply and confused relationships exist. Based on such incidents, a play by actor-director Roshan Abbas will be staged here Friday.
Uttar Pradesh Minister Mohammed Azam Khan's comment that Taj Mahal should be declared Wakf property has invited flak from heritage lovers and Hindu groups.
From an insider's view of the world to cinema to seeking gender sensitisation of the judiciary, going through the feeling of homelessness and seeking love in personal life, the IANS bookshelf this weekend covers a broad spectrum. Take a look.
The Museum of Sacred Art (MOSA) in Belgium is bringing a multi-dimensional arts project conceptualised around the notion of the spiritual and devotion in Indian art to the capital in March next year, the organisers said Thursday.
The upcoming Kochi Muziris Biennale (KMB), a four-month-long performing arts festival, will showcase the country's rich heritage through 650 artists, the organisers said here Saturday.
American Georgia O'Keeffe's "Jimson Weed/White Flower No. 1" has been sold at a Sotheby's auction in New York for $44.4 million, a new record for a female artist.
Marrying art and science, a unique exhibition of digital prints here showcases how landscapes change in the deltaic regions of China and India through the use of Google Maps satellite images.
Renowned artist Vivan Sundaram and his art historian wife Geeta Kapur have donated Rs.40 lakh for the Kochi-Muziris Biennale (KMB) that begins here Dec 12, organisers said Thursday.
With over 200 erotic objects, a sex exhibition titled "The Institute of Sexology" was Thursday opened for public at the prestigious Wellcome Collection in London.