Eminent artistes receive eviction notices to vacate government housing in Delhi
- Ismat Ara
While authorities allege misuse of accommodation, occupants stare at homelessness.
It sounded like a tornado: Fast-moving fire destroys theater at Jacob's Pillow
- Heather Bellow
The fire started about 7 a.m., and responding crews initially had
trouble getting water. A hydrant on the property wasn't working, so
firefighters had to get water from a nearby pond, according to Becket
Fire Chief Paul Mikaniewicz.
Birju Maharaj, Jatin Das and other artistes protest against eviction notices for overstay in govt houses
- Srirupa Goswami
As many as 27 celebrated artistes, most in the 50 to 90 age group, have
been served eviction notices by the ministry of urban development for
overstaying in their government accommodations in posh areas of south
From fields to the stage: Journey of Indian dance in South Africa
- Chitra Swaminathan
A virtual event will trace the 160 year journey of Indian dance in South
Africa, carried there first by the indentured labourers.
Why don't we just dance...
- Purnima Sharma
A unique motivational initiative called 'Why I Dance' brought together
21 leading classical dancers of India on a single platform.
Keeping the rhythm alive
- Manjari Sinha
'Smritiyaan', a tribute to tabla ace Pt. Chatur Lal, was a blend of music and dance.
Six Mohiniyattam dancers on the Past, Present and Future of the Art
Globalisation is helping Mohiniyattam spread worldwide, but that
shouldn't erode the Kerala dance's spirit, says the Vedhi series online
festival organised by Vedhika Performing Arts, New Jersey.
Taking the pandemic in their stride
- Anuradha Vellat
An ongoing classical dance digital fest hopes to replicate the joy of performing in front of an audience.