Kaleidoscope

Kaleidoscope - Liars All

Liars come in all shapes and sizes, what happens to the people they deceive? Two books about liars, one in which a young woman is cheated by her husband, the other in which a...

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Kaleidoscope - Theatre Of Tolerance

As the sensitive Aligarh about the persecution of a gay professor releases, the positive response to it shows that ordinary people are getting over their prejudices and accept...

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Kaleidoscope - Music With Mitch

Tuesdays With Morrie by Mitch Albom is one of those all time bestsellers that never goes off the lists. Fans treat it as a guide book for better loving. For those who haven&rs...

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Kaleidoscope - Countdown To META

The Mahindra Excellence in Theatre Awards, the only event of its kind in the country, at which the best of Indian Theatre is awarded, following a festival of the shortlisted p...

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Kaleidoscope - A Li'l Bit Of Kindness

Intolerance is the word of the season-- all over the world, people are losing their patience, compassion and that sense of community that makes life worthwhile. What does a bi...

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Kaleidoscope: Theatre A La Carte

Just a month into the new year, and quite a few noteworthy things have already happened on the theatre scene—Pankaj Kapur returned to theatre with a new play Dopehri, wh...

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Kaleidoscope - Book Lovers’ Books

For bibliophiles, books about book lovers offer an additional thrill…of belonging to a special community that lives its own universe of words. The idea of Nina George&r...

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The Journey Continues

Hindi Theatre does not have it easy in Mumbai, still some groups are carrying on with dedication. Om Katare?s Yatri, that was one of the groups that was formed when Prithvi Th...

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Kaleidoscope - Enemy At The Gates

With the terrorist attack at Pathankot in the news, Pakistan is once again supervillain in the Indian media. However, when it comes to portraying the evil of terrorism in West...

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Eliza By Any Other Name

December 2015 marked the end of the year long birth centenary celebrations of pioneering theatre personality Begum Qudsia Zaidi. To her goes the credit for translating and ada...

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Rohit Shetty to WWI's Student: “Have no fear and follow your heart.”

Whistling Woods International (WWI), Asia’s premier Film, Communication, and Creat...

January 22 2019

Exercise and activity can preserve brain cells and prevent Dementia

Researchers have found that people who move around more and are active have shaper brain...

January 22 2019

National Museum of Indian Cinema inaugurated in Mumbai

In the recent days, Bollywood celebrities were flying on and off for a meeting with the ...

January 22 2019