Alternative Entertainment

RENEWAL FROM THE FALL

The ‘Alternative Entertainment’ page of The Daily Eye has been brought to life with Farrukh Dhondy’s translations of Rumi’s poetry. We will publish one...

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THE WORD : RUMI – A NEW TRANSLATION

RUMI A great spiritual master and poet, Jalaluddin Rumi was born in Wakhsh (Tajikistan) in 1207 to a family of learned theologians. He founded the Mawlawi Sufi order, a lead...

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Whistling Woods International at Aiyanna 2019

Mumbai 20th June 2019:  Ingenious designs, global sensibilities, sustainable ideologies and some of the best dressed audience in town in attendance, Whistling Woods Inter...

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Stories of women, by women rule the 2019 Women’s prize for fiction shortlist

This year’s Women’s Prize for fiction comprise of novels which talk about women in history from Pat Barker’s retelling of the Iliad to Anna Burns’s Boo...

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Children’s books with dyslexic protagonists who overcome struggles

Dyslexia is a common learning difficulty that can cause problems with reading, writing and spelling. Also called reading disability, dyslexia affect a...

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Stories of seven inspiring women from the Middle East

On marking the International Women’s Day, Al Jazeera has compiled a list of must-see documentaries on women across the Middle East focusing on their achievements, challe...

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Meet the new generation of gender-fluid pop stars

Last week, Ariana Grande set the internet on fire with a lyric that suggested she was bisexual. Ariana Grande stated she “did not really feel the wish to label” he...

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Exploration of gender, a key theme on this year’s Wellcome Book Prize shortlist

On embracing the 10th anniversary of the Wellcome Book Prize 2019, the best new books that illuminate the many ways that health, medicine and illness touch our lives has been ...

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The Women who transformed television

It is important to make note of the people who work off screens. Success or failure, they are the root cause and would stand as a pillar despite all measures. The funny, fearl...

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Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew gets a gender-flip

Jo Clifford was asked to adapt The Taming of the Shrew, the play which she hated the most once. “I wasn’t ready to do it then,” she says at the beginnin...

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Conversations with Aditiya Singh’s Canvas’

“I don’t paint music, I paint noise, I don’t paint for aesthetic appea...

October 7 2019

Who wants to be a Millionaire? – Vinod Pande

We think we know them well. However, when you venture out to ask them questions you thou...

October 7 2019

Suspense Is The Key

Alfred Hitchcock made Frederick Knott’s stage play Dial M For Murder immortal by m...

October 4 2019