Manisha Granthalaya, a little book haven in Kolkata, which debuted in 1964, keeps the Russian spirit alive in India. Table of ContentsSoviet books conquer BengalBehind the scenes of the literary boomThe new beginning  
Zarina Hashmi was an influential artist whose work made significant contributions to the Minimalist movement. Born in Aligarh, India, in 1937, Zarina's artistic journey unfolded against the backdrop of her personal experiences of displacement, migration, and the...
Emma Reyes was a remarkable artist whose life and work have left an indelible mark on the world of Latin American art. Born in Colombia, her journey from a tumultuous childhood to becoming a celebrated figure in...
The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) is reportedly leading efforts to reclaim all objects 'trafficked' out of India since Independence and plans the repatriation of the famous Kohinoor Diamond from the UK. The Narendra...
The Anthropological Survey of India (ANSI) intends to utilize direct re-sequencing of haploid genomes to better comprehend the genetic diversity of Indian populations across various ethnic groups in various parts of India. The culture ministry is set to study the ‘racial purity’ of Indians.
World's largest museum, the Smithsonian Institution is considering returning looted artworks.
Preah Thong Boung Soung is one of the best operas in Asia. This opera depicts the love story of Preah Thong and Neang Neak that is performed by the Royal Ballet of Cambodia. It is a combination of gentle music, elaborate costumes and exquisite dance. This saga, of an Indian prince and a serpent (Naga) woman who are the ancestors of all Khmer people, is told to every Cambodian child at a very young age.
As per the Law Minister, Pratap Jena, the process to sell 35,272 acres of the Jagannath land has been initiated by the Odisha state government. The Law Minister told this to the Assembly on Tuesday.
Did the FBI steal 9 tons of Civil War gold? This question has already featured in many a Travel Channel shows. But is there any truth to it? What actually happened?
The Dutch government has just promised to return all stolen colonial era objects to their countries of origin.