German composer Michael Herting, who is in the capital to perform a symphony that celebrates the life and teachings of Sri Sathya Sai Baba, says he wants it to become a "counter model" to the world's problems.
A movie premiere, poetry cafe and heritage photowalks are some of the key features of the seventh edition of the Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival 2016 (AKLF) beginning on January 14 next year and commemorating the 125th birth anniversary of English crime novelist Agatha Christie.
Chinese authorities have shut down an art exhibition on gender violence on the eve of its inauguration, a media report said.
Give second life to your home accessories to beautify your house, says an expert.
Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu on Friday said political parties must reach a conclusion on the long-pending women's reservation bill and attacked the Congress over the alleged remarks of its leaders.
Aiming to raise awareness about human trafficking, particularly of children, an art show titled 'Not my life' is being hosted in the national capital.
With a motive to showcase meaningful global cinema to children and youth, NGO Smile Foundation has announced a Smile International Film Festival for Children and Youth (SIFFCY), which will be held here from December 21 to 27.
More than 250 'Kung Fu nuns', led by the Gyalwang Drukpa, spiritual head of the 1,000-year-old Drukpa Order based in the Himalayas, have commenced a cycle expedition that entered India to create awareness on women empowerment and environment consciousness, a statement said on Friday.
Aiming to "disintegrate" the India-Bangladesh frontier, Art Beyond Borders has brought a group show to the national capital with the works of 20 eminent contemporary artists from both nations.