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Thoughts on a conversation on sexual harassment in the arts, and making sense of traumas buried in the past
Lifestyle

Thoughts on a conversation on sexual harassment in the arts, and making sense of traumas buried in the past

An asymmetrical distribution of power between the student and the teacher in the Indian arts — especially in the classical performing arts — makes this sphere vulnerable to incidents of sexual abuse, thereby rendering systemic reform not just crucial, but indispensable to the progress of the disciplines.

Jawahar Bhawan emerges as a site of alternate politics, dissent, as spaces for discussion continue to shrink in Delhi
India

Jawahar Bhawan emerges as a site of alternate politics, dissent, as spaces for discussion continue to shrink in Delhi

In the recent past, Jawahar Bhawan has been home to free discussions and debates on the kind of politics that might be against the ruling dispensation. It stands out in Delhi, where spaces are becoming less welcoming to debate, either because of the price they command or the politics they don't want to support

Antonio Guterres to visit India in October: UN chief to participate in Gandhi Jayanti celebrations; will meet PM, President, EAM
World

Antonio Guterres to visit India in October: UN chief to participate in Gandhi Jayanti celebrations; will meet PM, President, EAM

On 1 October, UN chief Antonio Guterres will formally open the new UN House in New Delhi, and on 2 October he will participate in the closing session of the Mahatma Gandhi International Sanitation Convention.

New exhibition Death Of Architecture looks within the profession to show architects' role in flawed infrastructure
Life

New exhibition Death Of Architecture looks within the profession to show architects' role in flawed infrastructure

Through Death of Architecture, 13 architects want to discuss how the techniques employed to build cities in India are largely flawed or ill-thought-out

I have a lot to learn from women in India: Yoko Ono
Life

I have a lot to learn from women in India: Yoko Ono

Some will always regard her as the woman who broke up the Beatles. But Yoko Ono is also an artist with her own striking vision. Her first art exhibition in India opens in Delhi today.