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Dinosaurs Roar In Singapore

By Parul Trivedi Shah · September 4, 2019

Gargantuan dinosaurs stalking smaller ones, carnivores chasing herbivores, the thumping of the heavy built creatures in search of food and the competition for food between the smaller built animals can relive your interest in dinosaurs all over again. The globally-acclaimed production Walking With Dinosaurs – The Live Experience, is showcased at the Singapore Indoor Stadium…

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Mission Accomplished!

By Nithya Subramanian · September 3, 2019

Iconic Hollywood director, Alfred Hitchcock stressed on the absolute importance of a film when he said, “To make a great film you need three things – the script, the script and the script.” But how would you feel when a script that you had shown to potential productions houses gets plagiarised and made into a…

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The Third Edition Of Sg.SAIFF: A Treat To Film Buffs

By Team India Se · September 1, 2019

The third edition of Singapore South Asian International Film Festival (Sg.SAIFF) started with on a high note with the premiere of Tamil feature film ‘Om’ by veteran director, P. Bharathiraja. Bharathiraja, who is also an actor and writer, is regarded as one of the pillars of the Tamil film industry. Born on July 17, 1941, he…

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A Tribute To The Inner Strength Of Women

By Shobha Tsering Bhalla · September 1, 2019

Fine art photographs are created as carefully as paintings. They’re often difficult to create in one session and they stand out because of their details, compositions, and meanings. No matter how unusual or simple the subject is, fine art photographs will make you feel things because they are visions, not merely snap-shots. Perhaps that’s why…

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Celebrating The Himalayan Spirit

By Team India Se · August 30, 2019

It was a celebration of the Pahadi spirit in Singapore when the Uttarakhandi community came together on August 18, 2019 to celebrate ‘Kauthig Singapore 2019’. ‘Kauthig’ means ‘funfair’ or mela in Pahadi, and as the name suggests, this turned out to be a cheerful and colourful affair, with a huge turnout. Apart from local residents,…

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A Singaporean Bouquet Of Dance

By Team India Se · August 27, 2019

The third edition of the International Dance Day Festival, an annual dance festival spearheaded by the veteran Indian classical danseuse Shantha Ratii of  Shantha Ratii Initiatives (SRI) was held at the Drama Centre on April 26 & 27, 2019.  The two-day festival brought together, under one roof, artistes from diverse disciplines, including Spanish, Western Contemporary,…

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A First Hand Experience Of Pakistani Protests Against Kashmir Outside Indian High Commission In London

By Kiran Pasunuri · August 20, 2019

At 11 am I received a call from a friend asking where I was. I said that I was boarding a train and would be there before 12. By the time I had reached Holborn it was exactly 12 as the roads were jammed with coaches. People were flocking towards Aldwych IHC. The Pakistanis had…

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Pico Iyer Launches His Latest Book, First Writer in Residence of Raffles Hotel

By Shobha Tsering Bhalla · August 19, 2019

Well-known travel writer Pico Iyer’s latest book – This Could Be Home: Raffles Hotel and the City of Tomorrow was launched in Singapore today. It is his inaugural work as the first Writer in Residence of the Raffles Hotel. Speaking to India Se Media, Iyer said he was impressed at how well-read the Indian diaspora…

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Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi urges ‘globalisation of compassion’

By Team India Se · August 18, 2019

He wants to counter “shrinking hearts” with a “globalisation of compassion”, says the Indian Nobel laureate who gave his award to the nation. The 2014 Nobel Peace Prize winner Kailash Satyarthi recalled how difficult it was to bequeath the award. There was none in India at the time: Tagore’s 1913 Nobel Prize for Literature had…

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PM Modi’s Announces Creation Of Chief Of Defence Staff Post, Avoids Mention Of Pakistan In Independence Day Speech

By Team India Se · August 15, 2019

Wearing his trademark safa, this time in bright yellow with hints of green and red with a long trail, Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave his sixth consecutive Independence Day speech from the ramparts of the Red Fort where he deliberately avoided the mention of Pakistan but instead chose to focus on developmental issues such as…

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