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Fifteen Indian artistes bring Bollywood to Qatar

Fifteen Indian artistes bring Bollywood to Qatar

A group of 15 artistes associated with the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) will perform Bollywood dances in Qatar.

A journey of visual and intellectual discoveries

A journey of visual and intellectual discoveries

The second day of our familiarisation tour afforded us “a journey of visual and intellectual discoveries,” a fulfilled promise of Turkey’s Ministry of Culture and Tourism to its visitors.

Carell, Cranston and Fishburne rally to the cause in Last Flag Flying

Carell, Cranston and Fishburne rally to the cause in Last Flag Flying

Films about the brotherhood of veterans have a built-in appeal.

Experience ‘The Art of Shaving’

Experience ‘The Art of Shaving’

The Art of Shaving spa at Marsa Malaz Kempinski promises to provide luxurious and special experiences of shaving and haircut.

“Emoji is intuitively accessible”

“Emoji is intuitively accessible”

You’ve come a long way, smiley face emoji.

Controversies galore at film festival in Goa

Controversies galore at film festival in Goa

As I pen this column on Monday morning, the International Film Festival of India is all set to start in Goa’s capital city, Panaji, in a few hours. But what a start it is going to be.

In search of new

In search of new

Italian chef Tano Simonato is in Qatar as a part of the ongoing Italian Cultural Week.

The Good Samaritan

The Good Samaritan

Growing up in South Florida, Michele King Soffer enjoyed the shock factor that came with telling friends that despite her blond hair and green eyes, she was Haitian.

Actress Sheridan Smith also shines as a singer

Actress Sheridan Smith also shines as a singer

Many people were surprised to learn her UK top ten hit album, Sheridan, is the debut release of Sheridan Smith.

Qatari businesswomen attend masterclass on Italian food

Qatari businesswomen attend masterclass on Italian food

The scene was set at Antica Pesa at Marsa Malaz Kempinski. Besides the seaside in the open, Chef Massimo Malantrucco exhibited his expertise in preparing different Italian dishes for members of Qatari Businesswomen Association (QBWA).

“I felt compelled to go into the field like a real writer”

“I felt compelled to go into the field like a real writer”

Colson Whitehead first had the idea for The Underground Railroad, his novel about slavery that melds magic realism with the brutal realities of that institution, decades ago.

Padmavati cast face dangerous threats

Padmavati cast face dangerous threats

As Padmavati’s release comes closer, the protests against it by lumpen elements are also increasing.

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