Colombian Nobel prize-winning writer, who wrote 'One Hundred Years of Solitude,' died Thursday at his home in Mexico at the age of 87
Girish Gogia became 90 per cent paralysed after a diving accident in Goa. Today, this Mumbai resident is a wheelchair user, but has never missed an opportunity to vote, being carried by a team of people to the poll booth.
Polish artist Raphael Alexandre Lustchevsky, who has been wooing music lovers across the globe for two decades, returns to India, this time to enthrall Punekaris with his piano recitals ranging from Beethoven to Piazzolla. In a chat with Swapnal Tilekar, the performer talks about his musical journey and his love for live performances. Excerpts from the interview
Q. Tell us something about your book, Ashes off the Embers?
A. It is a collection of my poems written over a period of 20 years.
This Sunday, attend a session with acclaimed poet, translator and novelist Sampurna Chattarji on Mumbai, a place she describes as — “A shape-shifting island of lights”
A lot of fun. More Mumbai madness. This city has no boundaries, like me
Kolkata-based designer Sasank Gopinathan’s hilarious redrawing of the all-American family, The Simpsons, as Tamil Iyers is a rage online. He talks about what made the series click
Architect Sanjay Puri talks about his award-winning design, a 22-storey building for the city that won the best Architectural Review Future Project at MIPIM in Cannes, and why we need functionality in our designs
Three questions with Vijay Crishna, travel enthusiast and theatre personality
With several awards coming his way for his collaboration with French Electronic music duo Daft Punk for their hit album, Random Access Memories, and his solo hit 'Happy', topping the charts in several countries, musician Pharrell Williams echoes the sentiment of his famous song. He speaks to Dhara Vora about not winning the Oscar, his latest solo album GIRL, and his love for the buffalo hat
Three questions with Curator cum scholar Frank Ames
Attend a performance by The Sufi Gospel Project, the brainchild of Indian Classical vocalist Sonam Kalra that will raise funds for The Cuddles Foundation that works in the area of Paediatric Oncology
After the theatrical adaptation of Arth, filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt decided to take a leaf from it, and is now looking to finalise the cast for a theatre adaptation of his 1989 film, Daddy
Floral Expressions by Ruchi offers customised floral gifts for all occasions
As we celebrate World Theatre Day, Dhara Vora quizzed four Indian theatre personalities to select their dream venue to perform a play
I peer through the glass window with five kids in tow as we remove our shoes
As the Shakti Mills rape cases grab headlines, Provoke/Protect, an exhibition reflects this ordeal by creating embroidered slogans on sarees
Author Nandita Puri recalls priceless moments, the advice and the keen eye of Khushwant Singh that she will cherish forever
In his new book writer Kevin Dutton argues that apart from businessmen and legal eagles, media personnel and doctors are most likely to be cold-hearted and manipulative
In artist Nandita Kumar’s latest exhibition, Let tHe bRAinFly, the central character is a fly aka brainfly, which mutates, morphs and evolves to adapt to the environment