Islamic State's shadow on the land of Tagore and Nazrul
It was like a macabre end to a Chabrol movie. I had returned with images of such aesthetic delight from the Pahela Baishakh festivities in Dhaka that the news of Professor Rezaul Karim Siddique having been hacked to death by Islamists left me in something of a daze.
Gulzar accepts Tagore Chair at Panjab University
Chandigarh, April 13 : Poet-lyricist Gulzar has accepted an offer to join the Tagore Chair at Panjab University as a professor.
Won't allow Tagore's insult: Mamata
Purulia (West Bengal), March 29 : West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday lashed out at BJP chief Amit Shah for his remark "in the land of Rabindra Sangeet, only bomb explosion can now be heard", saying her government will not allow disrespect of Nobel laureate poet Rabindranath ...
UK born Rishi Banerjee enthralls audience with Tagore concert in ...
Kolkata, Mar 9 : UK born Rabindrasangeet vocalist Rishi Banerjee made a quick stop in Kolkata to present a unique concept 'Then sings my soul', exploring the special relationship between Rabindranath and his nieces Indira Devi Choudhurani and Sarala Devi.
Film fest to mark centenary of Tagore's maiden Japan visit
Kolkata, Feb 17 : Three classic Japanese films will be screened at Visva Bharati University in West Bengal on Saturday to commemorate the centennial year of Nobel laureate poet Rabindranath Tagore's maiden visit to Japan.
Soha wants to 'steal' clothes from mother's wardrobe
Mumbai, Jan 28 : Actress Soha Ali Khan says she would love to steal some things from her star mother Sharmila Tagore's wardrobe.
Sex symbol image doesn't last for long: Sharmila Tagore
Kolkata, Jan 25 : Recalling the sensational bikini shoot in the 1960s for a magazine cover, veteran actress Sharmila Tagore on Monday said she did make an effort to change her image of a sex symbol for longevity.
Don't believe in star status: Sharmila Tagore
Kolkata, Jan 25 : Movie veteran Sharmila Tagore describes herself as a "working actor", and says she doesn't believe in star status.
Chinese translator of Tagore pulls out of World Book Fair
New Delhi, Jan 7 : Chinese author Feng Tang, whose translation of a collection of poems by Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore had created controversy, has pulled out from Delhi World Book Fair 2016, casting a shadow on the event where China is the guest of honour.