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As a part of a cultural exchange programme, a circus group called Circ 'A' Holix from Germany arrived at Ryan International School on Monday. The group comprising 12 members will stay here till December 4 and will learn about Indian culture...Folk
The Globe asked the newest Rhodes Scholars three questions about the scholarship and education in Canada. Dylan Collins University of Victoria Hailing from Haida Gwaii, Mr. Collins first became an advocate for harm-reduction strategies for drug users
The 10th Annual Boston Bhangra Competition took place this Saturday night at the Orpheum Theatre. Teams from all over the nation competed with Bhangra routines, a modern Asian pop dance native to Punjab. Husky Bhangra, based in Storrs, Conn., wowed
Jay Sean will perform one night only in Vietnam on 21/11. British artist Jay Sean is a multi-talented singer, beatboxer, and rapper known for a series of "hit" cult like: Down, Ride It, So High, I'm All Yours. ..
October 3, 2013 Fort Knox Five 10 Years of The Fort Knox Five Fort Knox Recordings 2013 "All good things come in five, baby...You can't get around no prime number, you dig?"...You can't explain it but some music makes you feel like life's a party and
The year was 1995, a time when a post-liberalised nation turned the knobs of their box-like television sets to watch half hour of a countdown show named Superhit Muqabla. As our loyalties shifted, almost unflinchingly from the stodgy Chitrahaar,
2013-08-25 This week, let's turn our video spotlight on Red Baraat , who are returning to St. Louis to play this coming Thursday, August 29 at The Gramophone . Based in Brooklyn and led by drummer Sunny Jain, Red Baraat is a nine-piece group with an
Stories A Jackson Heights plaza will be transformed into a scene straight out of a Bollywood movie at an annual South Asian food and arts festival this weekend. Now in it's second year, Chatpati Mela the brainchild of the South Asian housing group
The Punjabi Sports Festival may not be among the most widely known events, but it's one of the area's longest-running. Organizers with the Punjabi Cultural Society of Chicago are encouraging the entire community to check out its 19th annual festival,
The fact that the festival attracts the support of respected legends like Irrfan Khan is testament to its growing appeal and success," she said.