Kaleidoscope

The Storytellers

We live in times fraught with violence when the artiste or performer is either silent or walking on the eggshells of easily hurt sentiments and political vendetta. When it is ...

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The Cobrador’s Stare

Debt collectors are known to be aggressive and sometimes violent, but what happens with a black-clad hooded figure does nothing but follow a defaulter around and stare at him ...

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Autumn of The Matriarch

Lillette Dubey’s Primetime Theatre Company completed 25 years in 2016, and the celebrations continue, with a series of new plays. When she set up her group in Delhi, he...

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Dazzling Debut

When Fiona Mozley’s debut novel Elmet made it to the Man Booker Awards shortlist this year, alongside writers like Paul Auster and Ali Smith, the 29-year-...

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Brief Encounters

Female bonding is rare in Bollywood movies, so a play about strangers meeting in a railway waiting room on a stormy night has been doing well in multiple languages. Selfi...

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A Heroine For Our Times

The Girl With The DragonTattoo was a huge success story in publishing, that needs more stars like Lisbeth Salander. Swedish journalist Stieg Larsson created a heroin...

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Humanity To The Fore

There is a saying in Punjabi, Jis Lahore naivekhya o jamiya hi nai—which translates roughly as ‘He who hasn’t been to Lahore hasn’t lived.' Asgha...

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Archie's Four Lives

Paul Auster’s 4321 has made it to the Man Booker Award shortlist this year—the extraordinary 880-page tome that is as much about its protagonist Archie a...

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The Slate Wiped Clean

As life spans increase in modern times, one of the consequent risks is age-related memory loss or dementia. Alzheimer’s Disease attacks the brain and slowly wipes the me...

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Men Without Tears

For a few years now, Haruki Murakami has been in the running for the Literature Nobel; meanwhile he collects fans all over the world, with his books about modern-day Japan, wh...

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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