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  • Celebrate the arts of West Bengal

    Celebrate the arts of West Bengal

    Home decor store Baaya, is hosting Bangla Joshon, a West Bengal folk art festival where you can shop for Bengal Patachitra, Santhal and Kalighat art

  • Art takes to Mumbai's streets

    Art takes to Mumbai's streets

    A refreshingly different one month long art initiative is changing the way we look at our streets and neighbourhoods

  • We lack a sense of preservation: Shivendra Singh Dungarpur

    We lack a sense of preservation: Shivendra Singh Dungarpur

    As part of the World Heritage Week, listen to a lecture by filmmaker, archivist and restorer Shivendra Singh Dungarpur who urges India to start saving its 100-year-old cinematic history

  • Grand stories by grandparents

    Grand stories by grandparents

    KathaYatra, returns to Pune with its third edition. The unique storytelling competition for grandparents has several surprises in store

  • The inside story about 26/11

    The inside story about 26/11

    A new title, 'Black Tornado', offers previously unshared details on the 26/11 terror attacks on Mumbai, and how, for the first time, all three armed forces systematically planned and thwarted the siege on the city in 2008

  • Will you be at NH7 Weekender in Pune?

    Will you be at NH7 Weekender in Pune?

    The upcoming fifth edition of the NH7 Weekender, Pune, promises a heady mix of popular international and homegrown artistes, avant-garde visual and stage art, and the famous ‘happy’ vibe. Here’s our guide on how to make the most of the event

  • Have a blast,  this Weekender

    Have a blast, this Weekender

    The NH7 Weekender is all set for its fifth edition with a bigger line-up and more shows, spread over three days, starting this Friday

  • Mumbai for kids: Funky Monkey in Lower Parel

    Mumbai for kids: Funky Monkey in Lower Parel

    It's almost 7 pm on a Sunday, and Funkey Monkey is so packed we almost turn back

  • NFDC has plans for Indian cinema

    NFDC has plans for Indian cinema

    As the eighth Film Bazaar begins in Goa on November 20, National Film Development Corporation’s head, Nina Lath Gupta shares the blueprint of the institute’s plans for the future

  • Framing stories in 99 words

    Framing stories in 99 words

    A website that started out as a platform for friends to share stories has in a few weeks become the most popular destination for budding writers

  • Revisiting Disney's 'Steamboat Willie'

    Revisiting Disney's 'Steamboat Willie'

    Walt Disney produced 'Steamboat Willie' on this day, November 18 in 1928 starring his legendary mascot Mickey Mouse, who has gone to become a pop culture phenomenon establishing Disney as a leading name in animation. A look back at the how this amazing piece of cartoon history came to be...

  • Many hues of art

    Many hues of art

    Marvel at capturing artworks by Yogesh Bhide in an upcoming exhibition in Pune

  • Harry Potter, you've come a long way!

    Harry Potter, you've come a long way!

    Thirteen years ago, on November 16, British author JK Rowling's star creation, the bespectacled boy wizard Harry Potter made his big-screen debut in 'Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone'. We look at the book versus film debate on one of the world’s most successful literary series

  • Wine wisdom

    Wine wisdom

    Wine has slowly but surely caught the fancy of Mumbai’s tipplers. As The Bandra Wine Tasting Festival gets underway this weekend, Kanika Sharma helps you wind your way in this heady universe of reds and whites

  • Let the fun begin, this Children's Day

    Let the fun begin, this Children's Day

    Children’s Day is celebrated every year on November 14 to mark the birth anniversary of India’s first Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. To give meaning to the day, city NGOs have organised a series of activities, to bring joy into the lives of some of the less fortunate children in the city. the guide takes a look into some of these celebrations that Punekars can be a part of

  • Celebs share their guilty pleasures of childhood on Children's Day

    Celebs share their guilty pleasures of childhood on Children's Day

    From Ghugra to sweet cigarettes, a few familiar faces look back at the guilty pleasures, which are soon becoming the stuff of memories

  • Pune girl's drawing on Assam featured as Google Doodle on Children's Day

    Pune girl's drawing on Assam featured as Google Doodle on Children's Day

    Pune's Vaidehi Reddy won the sixth edition of the "Doodle4Google" contest. The winning doodle went live on the Google India homepage on Children's Day, Nov 14, a statement

  • Cheer for kids,  this Children's Day

    Cheer for kids, this Children's Day

    Celebrate Children’s Day at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya as they have a bunch of fun educational activities planned, starting this Friday and extending till the weekend for young minds to enjoy


  • Special: Interesting facts about hypnotism

    Special: Interesting facts about hypnotism

    On this day, November 13 in 1841, Scottish surgeon James Braid first encountered the concept of animal magnetism in a public demonstration, which led to his study of the subject he eventually termed hypnotism

  • Signs and sensibilities

    Signs and sensibilities

    Artist Pallavi Paul’s exhibition, Mistaking < > For Direction Signs looks for fiction in non-fiction by challenging the viewers to look at the meaning of everyday objects and trace them into the world of fantasy

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