Shabana Azmi on father Kaifi Azmi's 103rd birth anniversary: 'I remember him with celebration, not sorrow'
“When Abba passed away, I realised nothing prepares you for the loss of a Nothing! I was completely devastated. But now, years later, I feel his spirit envelopes me like the air I breathe," says Shabana Azmi.
NHRC issues notice to Maharashtra govt over Varavara Rao's health, tells state to bear expenses for treatment
The NHRC on Friday directed the Maharashtra state chief secretary and D-G of prisons to submit a report about Varavara Rao’s health condition within two weeks
Uber temporarily suspends account of Mumbai driver who took Jaipur poet to cops; BJP MLA felicitates cabbie with 'Alert Citizenship Award'
The Uber driver who took 23-year-old poet, Bappadittya Sarkar, to a Mumbai police station after he overheard the poet's phone conservation about anti-CAA protest was suspended for 72-hours, reports Mumbai Mirror
Mumbai Uber driver takes passenger to police station after overhearing conversation on CAA protests; taxi aggregator terms incident as 'concerning'
Uber came under the scanner on Thursday after an Uber driver on overhearing a phone conversation of a passenger, called the cops to 'turn in' and denounce the passenger as a 'communist'.
Khayyam has some important contributions in the field of mathematics, literature, and astronomy.
In Maharashtra's Shirgaon village, a 'farmer poet' defies stereotypes, seeks freedom through her words
Suvarna Maskar's first poem was published within a few months in 2008 in a Marathi daily Pudhari.
Two Full Moons review: Vinita Agrawal's intimate new book is a nourishing mix of imagistic, surreal poems
Vinita Agrawal’s fourth book of poems, Two Full Moons is a constellation of moments that are hauntingly visceral one second and deeply intimate in the very next.
The 63-year-old retired peon from Malgaon village in Satara district of Maharashtra completed his 47th poem in the first half of this year.
Neeraj won three back to back Filmfare awards in the 70s for his compositions in Chanda Aur Bijli, Pehchaan and Mera Naam Joker
It is important to honour and respect women but organisations must go beyond that
Hoshang Merchant is known commonly as India’s “first openly gay poet”, a serviceable label that's also served him criticism
Chile reburied Nobel prize-winning poet Pablo Neruda's remains on Tuesday after exhuming them to determine whether he was assassinated by late dictator Augusto Pinochet's regime - a mystery that still lingers.
The poet said the officials handed him a paper which said he failed to convince them that he will return to India after the event.
'Nida' the word meant the call, the voice. That voice of reason was silenced today as the poet was snatched away by death from millions of his fans.
Reading Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore's works was a "turning point" in his writings, acclaimed lyricist Gulzar says
With a month to go for Rabindranath Tagore's birthday, a TV serial on the life of Mrinalini Devi, his wife, and other women who played a role in the poet's life, is in the making
He is the 45th winner of the Dadasaheb Phalke Award.The award is conferred by the Indian government for outstanding contribution to the growth and development of Indian cinema.
Who can deny that unbridled nationalism has been at the root of much of the destruction of the last century? As we celebrate our tryst with destiny, let's listen to Rabindranath Tagore, Independent India’s earliest cultural ambassador.