Meera, who is The Hindu's correspondent in Sri Lanka, illustrates S.P.Balasubrahmanyam's amazing range through songs in an interview to Globe Tamil's Arun Arokianathar in Colombo.
During monarchic rule when power was entirely in the hands of a King, and the King was powerful and fair-minded, ethnic and religious harmony, tolerance of differences, and even a celebration of diversity prevailed. says Prof. Gananath Obeyesekere.
It’s time India’s liberals rallied to protect Tagore’s “best treasure” from narrow-minded Hindu communalists, says Human Rights activist Aurobindo Ghose
In his tribute on Gandhi Jayanti Day, Bangladesh's Ambassador to The Netherlands, Riaz Hamidullah, said that one of the most appealing messages from Gandhi was that "in a gentle way, you can shake the world."
SPB not only sang but acted out his songs in a way which touched every listener, says Abdul Razak, better known as Memon Kavi, a Sri Lankan Tamil poet whose mother tongue is Urdu.
Mumbai, September 15 (Reuters) - A song from an upcoming Bollywood film has been rewritten after social media users criticised the original lyrics as racist for glorifying fair skin and making an inappropriate reference to Black American pop star Beyonce. The offending lyrics, which translated as 'After looking at you fair woman, Beyonce would feel shy', featured in a song...
B.A.Hussainmiya suggests integration of the dispersed cottage industry to enable it to grow both stylistically and economically
There is more to the proposal to ban cow slaughter than safeguarding the cow
Siva Senai’s founder-leader Maravanpulavu K. Sachithananthan described the proposal as a “surgical strike” against a vestige of the colonial era
Over 700 students from 19 schools in Colombo received stationery and panda school bags.