34 years after his death, legendary actor Sanjeev Kumar gets his first biography
'My uncle's biography was long due', said Kumar's nephew.
Oil causes art attack, Gaitonde sets record at Rs 27 cr
The painting became 'one of the top three most expensive works by the artist to be so...
Gaitonde’s 'Untitled', estimated at Rs 30 cr, to go under the hammer; Khakhar's 'Tradesman' to debut
Works by Ram Kumar, SH Raza and KH Ara w...
Nirav Modi's art collection auctioned, untitled Gaitonde painting goes for Rs 25 cr
In the catalogue, the Gaitonde pricing was mentioned as ‘estimate upon request’.
J&K govt in Supreme Court seeks adjournment of case challenging sensitive 1982 resettlement law
The Act envisages grant of permit for resettlement of Pakistani nationals who had migrated to Pakistan from Jammu and Kashmir between 1947 and 1954 after India's partition.
Manjit wins India's first gold in 800m since 1982 Asiad
The 28-year-old Manjit ran his personal best time of 1 minute and 46.15 seconds to win his maiden major international medal.
Tyeb Mehta's 'Kali' sets new record, fetches whopping Rs 26.4 crore at auction
The artwork surpasses his record for 1994 Untitled (Woman on rickshaw) painting sold for Rs 22.99 cr in 2017.
Even I’d choose cricket in Pakistan, says former Pakistani hockey captain Hasan Sardar
Sardar, part of the Pakistan team that won the 1982 World Cup and 1984 Olympic gold, feels the rise of cricket combined with the “unprofessional” attitude of the national federation (PHF) has led to hockey’s slow demise.
1982 semifinal lookback: Shootout decides World Cup match for first time
If history was all that mattered, then two-time champion West Germany would have been the clear favorite. France, after all, had never made it to the final.
Independent India's first woman IAS officer Anna Malhotra dead
She was born as Anna Rajam George in Kerala's Ernakulum district in July 1927. She shifted to Chennai after her schooling in Kozhikode to pursue higher education at the University of Madras.
Ravinder Reddy's 1980s goddess sculpture fetches 100K pounds at auction
The artist had gifted the sculpture to his teacher, John Wood, who was the assistant dean at Goldsmiths University.
Brazil's 1982 World Cup goalkeeper Peres dies
SOCCER-BRAZIL-PERES:Brazil's 1982 World Cup goalkeeper Peres dies
Soccer-Brazil's 1982 World Cup goalkeeper Peres dies
SOCCER-BRAZIL/PERES:Soccer-Brazil's 1982 World Cup goalkeeper Peres dies
Talking art! Why Pheroza Godrej has nicknamed an untitled work by Manjit Bawa, 'Tipu Sultan'
An oil canvas by the artist hangs at the entrance to Godrej's house.
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