Ayesha Singh

Delhi's doting restaurateur dads on why Daughter's Day is special for them

On Daughter’s Day (September 22), TNIE spoke to three hands-on, dedicated, ‘my-daughter’s-my-world’ kind of fathers (who are prominent Delhi’s food industry) and their beloved daughters.

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Silent disco: Enjoy a loud-hush party by Silent Owl at Delhi's Akshara Theatre

Quite a rage abroad, live silent parties are now bubbling in India. Silent Owl’s Shanti Amplified, an upcoming live music  event in delhi, is one such soundless  gathering

21 Sep 2019

Watch F.R.I.E.N.D.S under the stars at DLF CyberHub

There will also be kiosks selling F.R.I.E.N.D.S merchandise including clothes, accessories, stationery in addition to a football championship.

20 Sep 2019

Sans expectations and linearity

Artist Manil Gupta lets go of structure, colour, outline, and framing for his latest art works.

20 Sep 2019

Untangling the age-old prejudice with Kathak dancer Vishavdeep

Vishavdeep finds men still shy about taking up Kathak even though the dance form was pioneered by the male gender.

19 Sep 2019

Poetry by the sea: Author Devendra Bhatnagar pens 99 poems in his new book

63-year-old Devendra Bhatnagar, puts together 99 poems that present the golden moments from his time at the sea.

16 Sep 2019

Illuminated River Project: When the Thames is Radiant

London bridges are being transformed through the Illuminated River Project making it the longest public art lighting installation in the world.

14 Sep 2019

One stop shop for Ayurvedic healing at Delhi's Foodhall

Foodhall’s curated range aims to familiarise people with herbs that will prevent imbalances.

14 Sep 2019

‘Her rebelliousness had no agenda’: Ridhima Bagga

Call it sheer coincidence, but this weekend Delhi is in for a treat with two events Meera Bai who made no bones about her love for Krishna

13 Sep 2019

‘People like Bhagat Singh are not born every day’: Piyush Mishra

Born in 1907 to a Sikh family, Bhagat Singh discontinued school at age 13 to work towards India’s Independence.

13 Sep 2019

Sudheer Rikhari's Tansen visits Delhi

When you find that perfect answer, another journey emerges from within it. The former meaning that made perfect sense seizes to sustain for long.

11 Sep 2019

Take your Vietnamese sojourn in Gurgaon

Viet-Nom, a new restaurant in Gurgaon, brings selected specialities from Vietnam's dynamic food culture offering dishes that exemplify its indigenous character as well as its foreign impact.

09 Sep 2019

'Vrikshadootam' in Delhi: Artwork portraying trees as preservers of human race

Artist Abhishek Singh presents the heroic story of life-givers-trees-through his mural ‘Vrikshadootam’ at a Gond tribal exhibition in Delhi on conservation.

07 Sep 2019

Onam fiesta

Till a few years ago, Onam in North India, especially Delhi, was not a grand affair.

07 Sep 2019

A maestro's musical journey

Time is ripe to honour the stalwart, Pandit Vidyadhar N Vyas, 75, a living legend of the Gwalior gharana, given his sonorous compositions.

06 Sep 2019