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  • Oct
    02
    By Teja Lele Desai

    One Oscar under her belt Reese Witherspoon is working hard towards another. The actor who shot into the limelight with her breakout role as Elle Woods in

  • By Zehra Naqvi

    Dreams and nightmares have always played a very significant role in literature. They’ve been used as literary motifs or as symbols or portents often crucial to the plot

  • By Yana Bey

    Government age­n­cies involved with the world of adventure and adventure sports are making efforts to extend the ‘Swachch Bharat’ campaign to wilderness spots that are visited by adventure enthusiasts.

  • By Ranaditya Baruah

    Very few guitarists can boast of a better start to their musical careers than Gary Clark Jr. From being hailed as the new Hendrix to being acclaimed as the

  • By Vikram Sampath

    It was in the summer of AD 1399 that disaster struck a small principality of southern India. Mahishuru (later anglicised to Mysore)

  • Sep
    25

    Think music festival and Woodstock pops into the head, given that much has been sung about its importance in popular music history (Rolling Stone celebrates it as one of the

  • By Anil Dharker

    One of the occupational hazards of starting, then running, a literary festival is that your name is on top of the list whenever books come into the picture. So

  • By Teja Lele Desai

    It’s the biggest literary phenomenon in the last couple of years. And one of the most awaited film adaptions of recent times