Festivals

The Meltdown Festival: A Panel on Mental Health Awareness included in honour of dead Singer

BBC News reported that after a frantic 48-hour search, police confirmed on May 11 2018 that they have found the body of Frightened Rabbit singer Scott Hutchison. The 36-year-o...

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Shanghai International Film Festival: What’s Around This Year?

There are not many countries in the world with a culture as distinct as China. The country also offers the thriving Shanghai; one of China’s largest, busiest and most vi...

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Punjabi Singer Ranjit Bawa is the Sunday Night Headliner at the Surrey Fusion Festival

Internationally Known Punjabi Singer Ranjit Bawa To Headline For Surrey Fusion Festival Surrey Fusion Festival is the ultimate celebration of food, music, and culture. a large...

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Exceptional and Soul-stirring Films at the 5th Illuminate Film Festival

For most people, films are the idea of entertainment. Be it rich or poor to educated and uneducated, films influence each and every one in positive and negative (mostly positi...

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9th Jagran Film Festival receives over 3000 Entries

India’s largest travelling film festival - Jagran Film Festival, which is in its 9th edition this year, has received movie entries across 116 countries. The festival h...

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Talented South Asian Filmmakers at the Locarno Film Festival

Sanjeewa Pushpakumara’s latest film project ‘Amma’ has been selected as one of the eight projects in the Open Doors section, which is the Prestigious Locarno...

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Uttarakhand to Host India's First Ever Butterfly Festival

India houses more than 1200 species of birds and 1300 species of butterflies. While bird tourism is already on a roll in India, butterfly tourism is slowly and steadily catchi...

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The Cannes Red-Carpet Protest: 82 Women Protest Inequality in the Film Industry

The Harvey Weinstein scandal was an awakening the world much needed. Thanks to that, the conversation around women in the film industry is finally seeing a shift, with initiat...

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Call Her Ganda: A Mother's Chance to fight for her Daughter

Call Her Ganda, a documentary by Filipino-American director PJ Raval made its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival. The film recounts the tale of how Jennifer Laude, a ...

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Theatre Festivals still in an Amorphous Stage in India

Going out on a weekend to watch a theatre play is not what comes to one's mind in India. Those who watch plays will agree with me that it truly is a magical experience. But it...

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Spy in Love

Lauren Wilkinson’s American Spy is a perceptive novel with a feisty prot...

March 20 2019

Research predicts breast cancer can relapse based on ‘internal wiring’

A study published in the journal Nature, shows that breast cancer is equal to 11 separat...

March 20 2019

There she goes… changing gears and riding bikes!

Riding motorcycles have always been the ‘men’ thing. Yet, in the last few ye...

March 19 2019