Category Archives: ARTS & CULTURE

Sachin Tendulkar to children, “Chase Your Dreams”

>> ‘’Chase Your Dreams’’ tells the inspiring story of India’s greatest cricketer through simple prose, call-outs, inspirational notes and comic visuals Sachin Tendulkar has a fabulous Diwali surprise for his young fans. Hachette India has published ‘’Chase Your Dreams’’, an adaptation of his blockbuster autobiography ‘’Playing It My Way’’ exclusively

Diwali: Light the lamp of wisdom

>>There is life everywhere. But when the spirit is awakened in life, it is Diwali. BY SRI SRI RAVI SHANKAR Diwali is the celebration of the light of love and wisdom. It was on this day that Lord Rama returned to Ayodhya, his Kingdom, after

The German U-17 World Cup team visits Lulu Mall

>>The entire team including star player and skipper –  17 year old  Football fans and customers of Lulu Mall got an unexpected treat when the U-17 World Cup team of Germany arrived in the mall around noontoday. The entire team including star player and skipper – 

30 Indian Maestros. 5 hours of music. A Grammy nomination

>>Ananta was recorded in just 33 days.  Ananta Volume 1 – Maestros of India,’ the official submission of The Art of Living has been accepted for consideration for nomination in the upcoming 60th Grammy awards as a ‘World Music Album’ & one of the tracks,

LuLu Group donates Rs 2 crore for Biennale’s 4th edition

Kochi: Deepening its ties with India’s showpiece contemporary art event, the multi-billion-dollar LuLu Group of Companies, owned by internationally known NRI businessman Yusuff Ali M A, today donated Rs two crore to the fourth edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale (KMB), which is scheduled to commence next

“Art teaches us how to disrupt” 

>> Why MIT’s Gediminas Urbonas helped produce a new book about art and public space BY PETER DIZIKES, MIT NEWS CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Much of what we hear about public space comes via routine transactional politics, when officials tell us whether or not we can afford,

How philosophy can solve your midlife crisis

>> MIT professor Kieran Setiya’s book “Midlife” aims to smooth out the rocky road of middle age BY PETER DIZIKES, MIT NEWS CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — A few years ago, a man experienced a midlife crisis. He was professionally successful and had a rewarding family life, but

The age-old debate surrounding video games

>> What really is the final answer to, “Are video games good or bad?” Published studies over the years have proven video games to have a negative impact on people. Although, you shouldn’t dismiss video game just yet. Many other batches of research also prove