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Gujarat’s Garba declared an Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO

Garba, the famed traditional dance form of Gujarat has been declared as an Intangible Heritage by the UNESCO

Anandotsav: How a new Bharatanatyam festival in Mumbai gave a sneak peek into the future of one of India’s ancient dance forms

The 163-seater auditorium of Sathye College was fully occupied by guests, friends and families of Devis, most of whom were delivering their debut performance.

‘India is where my family, home and culture blend together’: British PM Rishi Sunak’s daughter Anoushka Sunak

British PM Rishi Sunak's daughter Anoushka Sunak stated that India is a place where "family, home and culture" blend together.a

Shamshera flop show: Critic Taran Adarsh blames pandemic for movie failure, says audiences now want content rooted in Indian culture

Critic Taran Adarsh had called Ranbir Kapoor's Shamshera 'unbearable' and an 'epic disappointment' in his review.

Woman claims British manager of an Indian restaurant in Bahrain refused entry to her veil-clad friend, restaurant shut down

Indian restaurant Lanterns' in Bahrain has been ordered to shut down for refusing entry to a veil-clad woman

Tirumala Brahmotsavam begins at Lord Venkateswara’s abode: Here is what the festivities signify and how it is celebrated

On October 7, Brahmotsavam was started with the ritual of Dhwajarohanam, where the Garuda Dhwaja of the Lord is hoisted, marking Garuda's travel to Devaloka to invite Gods of heaven to come and attend the festivities.

Kerala state board Class 9 textbook distorts history, claims Abu al-Qasim Al-Zahwari was the ‘Father of Surgery’ instead of Sushrutha

Indian physician Sushrutha, who lived much earlier than Al-Zahwari, is considered to be the 'father of surgery'

Canada to return idol of Hindu Goddess Annapoorna stolen over 100 years ago from India

The idol was stolen from a shrine in Varanasi about a century ago and was kept at the MacKenzie Art Gallery in the University of Regina.

The international links of Indian Communists: How India’s communists betrayed the nation

The Communist Party of India is one of the most controversial political parties in the country. Founded in 1925, CPI is alleged to have been directly involved in several anti-national activities since its inception.

French President Emmanuel Macron, Prince Charles and Netanyahu: Indian ‘Namaste’ becomes the preferred greeting amid coronavirus outbreak

Reportedly, the coronavirus has claimed 30 lives and affected over 1500 people in France. Macron had recently stated the country was taking appropriate measures to deal with the situation.

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