It's one of the most looked forward to theatre productions in the city and why not? The annual play staged by the students of the Department of Theatre in Panjab University showcases the new talent an..

In continuation with the tradition of a monthly Baithak, Pracheen Kala Kendra organised its 234th Baithak on Thursday evening. Organised at Punjab Kala Bhawan, the Baithak saw Chandigarh’s accla..

‘Dark Borders’, presented by Department of Cultural Affairs, Chandigarh Administration and The Tagore Theatre Society, opened at the Rock Garden on Friday evening. Directed by noted thespi..

Annual cultural programmes by colleges and schools often pick up interesting themes and it does take a lot of effort and brainstorming by the organisers to present something different yet appealing. O..

The annual art exhibition organised by the Chandigarh Lalit Kala Akademi (CLKA) is always a much looked forward to event. It showcases not just the works of budding artists in the city but also awards..

When someone mentions Chandigarh, India’s first planned city, there are two names that first come to everyone’s minds. Le Corbusier and Nek Chand. We often overlook mentioning Pierre Jeann..

The festival of Holi translates into unadulterated fun with buckets full of water and hands full of gulaal. Chandigarh was drenched in the spirit of the festival with many choosing to play with organi..

This year’s edition of SJOBA Nexen Sub-Himalayan Open Rally 2017 being held in association with Indian Oil Xtrapremium rolled out at exhibition grounds in Sector 34 on March 10. Photo By: Vik..

There is no dearth of artistic marvels in India. Be it Khajuraho in Madhya Pradesh, Ajanta and Ellora caves in Aurangabad district of Maharashtra, Masroor Temple in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh..

It was a memorable evening on Saturday as Triveni Sangeet Sabha conducted its programme at Bhargava Auditorium, PGI, (Sector 12 Chandigarh) in association with Department of Cultural Affairs, UT. Kath..

The grounds of Dev Samaj College for Women in Sector 45, Chandigarh were beautifully decked up in the colours of spring to celebrate the college fest 'The Imprint 2k17' that rolled out on Wednesday mo..

Monday evening (February 27) saw the clowns take over the stage at Tagore Theatre with the staging of their play ‘Atkal Pachchu’. A Hindi term, ‘Atkal Pachchu’ means ‘ran..

It’s the most looked forward to event on the city’s cultural roster and the 45th Chandigarh Rose Festival didn’t disappoint this time round. And thankfully neither did the weather. A..

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