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A dramatised reading by Sutradhar of Annie Zaidi’s play entertains theatre buffs thoroughly.
‘The Last Laugh’ was loaded with humour, sarcasm and teachers became victims.
This adaption of Munshi Premchand’s play Lottery makes for good laughter
Darpan Theatre’s three hard-hitting monologues leave audience feeling poignant.
A musical performance by Mir musicians mesmerise the audience.
Workshop makes young minds learn new techniques and fresh concepts.
Meet the ambitious entertainers who are gaining popularity all over India.
Spice 6 does a brilliant job at serving both Mughlai and Lebanese fare
A new survey report confirms the accommodation problem of the young
Three artistes from distinct backgrounds perform in sync for ‘Unexpectedly Carnatic’ show
‘Art in Situ’ displays 28 artworks of 22 prominent and contemporary artists.
Youngsters say nothing beats the taste of roadside manchuria.
To make things easier for non-Hyderabadis, we’ve compiled a list of things you need to know.
Pushkar Sohoni gives insightful information on successor states.
Using public buses regularly makes you part of a brave world.
Lasa, Lamsa and Alpha teas remain hot favourites even as imported teas become easily available
The Lord Chamberlain’s Men adopt George Orwell’s dystopian novel 1984 to a houseful show.
Your hard work today can pay off well soon.
Backyard Musical by Tangy Sessions brings artistes from different corners in one place.
A trail at Qutb Shahi Tombs takes walkers through a storytelling journey.