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Dec 21, 2018
EAM Sushma Swaraj meets Chinese counterpart Wang Yi, holds talks under new framework to enhance cultural tiesIn yet another step towards improving ties, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and her Chinese counterpart Wang Yi on Friday held extensive talks under a newly established framework to enhance cultural and people-to-people exchanges between the two nations.
Nov 14, 2018
Rosogolla Dibas: What this humble sweet, once at the centre of a culture war, means to BengalRosogolla Dibas is a timely reminder to all of us to not take our heritage for granted. Envious neighbours are always coveting a piece of the chhena pie
Sep 09, 2018
Ram Nath Kovind in Prague: President says India, Czech Republic built strong contemporary partnershipRam Nath Kovind said Saturday that India and the Czech Republic have built a strong contemporary partnership on a shared past of flourishing trade in spices and silk.
Jul 19, 2018
Kathak's conundrum: Amid appreciation for outward dazzle, is genuine artistry in danger of being overlooked?In today’s world of many distractions and fast-track achievements, a disciplined, patient learning of the art form such as Kathak becomes rare
Jun 22, 2018
70 percent of teenagers tried to reduce their time spent on smartphones: SurveyThe 46-question survey conducted by Screen Education involved 1,017 teenagers from grades 7-12.
Jun 16, 2018
Rap trio Migos to receive ASCAP Vanguard Award in recognition of their contribution in shaping the future of musicMigos' albums Culture and Culture II have reached platinum status and each hit the no 1 spot on the Billboard 200 albums chart.
Jun 15, 2018
Google Doodle on day 2 of FIFA World Cup celebrates football culture across countriesFIFA World Cup 2018 is in its second day and Google Doodle is here to tell you what football means to Egypt, Iran, Morocco, Portugal, Spain and Uruguay.
Mar 28, 2018
Of statue-toppling and culture wars: Not what we fight, most complete erasures are ones we embrace, surrender toCulture, both as way of life and as artefact, is perennially in the process of being erased and created anew. The gradual erasure is not as dramatic as the deliberate pulling down of a statue, but in the long run, it is usually far more effective.
Jan 26, 2018
Google Doodle commemorates India's 69th Republic Day with a focus on crafts, music and traditionThe search giant puts out a fresh new Google Doodle every year, but the focus of the Doodle this year is different.
Jan 25, 2018
President Ram Nath Kovind, in first ever Republic Day eve address, calls citizens 'pillars' of republicPresident Ram Nath Kovind on Thursday asked the rich to renew India's age-old culture of philanthropy by voluntarily giving up their entitlements for those with greater need