Women's dreams take the form of Madhubani art

Madhubani was originally a form of wall art that was painted on freshly plastered mud walls and floors of huts in villages of Bihar. ||Painters today feel that although the demand is growing,…

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For the food sellers of Delhi, Ramadan is a lifesaver

Some have dreams of building a house, while some want to save for a better and secure future, Ramadan is a lot more than just a fasting month for lower-income class Muslims who sell Ramadan items…

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Kim Kardashian said to have hired surrogate for third baby

The celebrity couple have hired a surrogate to carry their third child after a doctor advised the reality star against another high-risk pregnancy

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Protecting cows, ignoring women

I respect the Hindu religion, and that cows are protected by them. But I want these same people who treat cows as mothers and protect them to also have the same sense of protection for girls.

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WATCH: Dilip Kumar's niece dances to Sheeran's Shape of You, crushes it

The energetic moves give Ed's smash hit song a new context. Thanks for this one, Sayyeshaa! Read Article

Tony Awards: See who was declared the best of Broadway theatre in 2017

The musicals Hello, Dolly! and Dear Evan Hansen had big nights

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The Blackout Day is back

The sixth of every third month celebrates dark beauty and excellence on social media Read Article

Delhi based jazz club in trouble over casteist remarks

The Piano Man hosted a music band event called 'Bhangijumping' which was opposed by the Dalit community, especially when the club refused to acknowledge the casteism projected. ||The…

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Watch: Shocking water pipe explosion in Kiev, shoots up from sidewalk like a geyser

This needs to be seen to be believed

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The divine, the nature and the body: Parvathy Baul in conversation with WION

Baul is about love and compassion ||It is the collective celebration of mind, body and soul

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Remembering India's greatest filmmaker of the 20th century, Satyajit Ray

Remembering India's greatest filmmaker of the 20th century, Satyajit Ray Read Article

Rap, a universal language, in service of endangered ones

Rap has been called a universal language||Now it is helping save endangered ones||Indigenous people have been embracing rap as a means of communication, giving new lifeblood to their languages

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Study says creativity a mating boost for the unattractive male... but not for females

Average-looking men become more alluring if women sense they have an imaginative spark, but creative women do not get the same boost Read Article

Tokyo to host fourth Flamenco Festival dedicated to Chiaki Horikoshi

The Flamenco singer was also the founder and curator of this festival Read Article

New York's Eleven Madison Park named world's best restaurant

It won first place at the World's 50 Best Restaurants awards, widely seen as the Oscars of the food world Read Article