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  • India declassifies files on death of Subhash Chandra Bose

    NEW DELHI: India’s government on Saturday started declassifying secret files to settle questions over the death of Subhash Chandra Bose, a Congress party leader who formed a national army to fight British colonial rulers with the help of the Japanese in the 1940s...

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi released digital copies of 100 secret files relating to Bose’s life in the presence of several members of his family...

  • Opportunity to know more about India’s Subhas Chandra Bose

    THE data on Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose that has been de-classified by the West Bengal government ought to be assessed with far greater seriousness of purpose than has been evident since last Friday...

    Small wonder that the little that has transpired is of relatively peripheral interest — the letter from Emile Schenkl to Sarat Chandra Bose (elder brother of Subhas Bose), declaring herself to be Subhas’s widow; the arrival of Lakshmi...

  • Music Mela — a feast for music lovers

    ISLAMABAD: The manicured green lawns of the National Art Gallery were the venue for the three-day Second Annual Music Mela that started on Friday night...

    “The idea is to encourage live music, provide platform to talented musicians, and make the show bigger next year and the years to follow,” said Project Coordinator, FACE, Mehnaz Perveen explaining how this year a day-long Movie Festival had been included to promote films...

  • In music: “I’m always around music”

    Music, music everywhere!”Falak has a special attachment with Simdh...

    After a recent tour of Karachi and Hyderabad, he says, “I have a lot of fans in Sindh, it’s just that being a Lahore-based singer, we get more offers there...

  • Music critics wonder: did television kill the classical music star?

    Kicking off yesterday on a breezy evening, the I Am Karachi Music Festival saw thin attendance at the Music Dialogues...

    These are two-day discussions that deal with copyright and recording issues as well as tracing the relationship between music and society, and are a lead up to I Am Karachi's live musical performances due to be held this weekend...

  • Sewage floods Hyderabad’s roads as workers disrupt system

    HYDERABAD: Intensif­y­­ing their protest against non-payment of salaries, dues and pensions, Hyder­abad Development Authori­ty’s (HDA) workers and ret­ir­ed employees shut down sewerage pumping stations at 8am on Tuesday, causing sewage to flood different parts of the city...

    After the provincial government and HDA authorities did not respond positively to a set of demands put forward by the CBA and also to its ultimatum regarding...

  • Sangat to celebrate Napa-Texas varsity music collaboration

    KARACHI: A three-year journey of collaboration between the National Academy of Performing Arts (Napa) and the Butler School of Music in the University of Texas, Austin, will be celebrated on its culmination in the form of a grand finale on March 20, it emerged on Monday...

    Speaking at a press conference, Napa’s Arshad Mahmood acknowledged the US state department for supporting the several collaborations between Napa and the Butler...

  • Diversity: Music on the go

    According to legend, San Borondon Island appears and disappears from time to time and we, as travelling musicians, also appear and disappear in different countries, cities and places to perform for the people, entertain and interact with them,” Marek, one of the members of San Borondon Cyclo Fanfaria travelling music band, told me when I asked why they selected this unique and artistic name for their band...

    San Borondon Cyclo...

  • Music video on APS children launched

    LAHORE: Singer Saira Arshad, sister of famous singer Humera Arshad, launched a video to pay a tribute to the martyrs of the Army Public School, Peshawar, at the Lahore Press Club on Tuesday...

    The video is based on the APS children who were martyred in terror attack
  • Sharjah-based music buff pays tribute to Khial Mohammad

    PESHAWAR: A young Sharjah-based Pashto music proponent, Mohammad Abbas, recently released a volume of video presenting a tribute to the renowned Pashto ghazal maestro, Khial Mohammad, which received a widespread response on social media...

    He formally launched its online version at Arshad Ali Music Studio in Peshawar’s Saddar Bazaar on Friday...

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