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Singapore Art Museum To Get 30 Per Cent More Exhibition Space

By Nithya Subramanian | 3 days ago

Although the opening of the Singapore Art Museum (SAM) will be delayed by two years, there will be some compensating factors. These include an overall expansion of gallery spaces by 30 per cent, and a unique floating Sky gallery offering 1,200 sq m to the exhibition capacity. The museum currently closed for a $90 million…

Light At The End Of The Tunnel

By Shobha Tsering Bhalla and Nithya Subramanian | 3 weeks ago

As 2019 draws to a close, we bring you our most heart-warming story of the year. Hopefully it will be a harbinger of a kinder world in 2020. Raising funds is not only about raising the bottom line. In some cases, it can be about upping the ante on kindness. Cutting through bureaucracy and providing…

Season’s Greetings from Team India Se!

By Team India Se | December 23, 2019

India Se Media wishes all its clients, subscribers and supporters Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year!

Sree Narayana Mission Only Indian Origin Organisation To Win Charity Transparency Award

By Team India Se | December 11, 2019

The Sree Narayana Mission (Singapore) was one of the 67 charities and the only Indian organisation to be conferred the Charity Transparency Award (CTA) at the Charity Transparency and Governance Awards 2019. This is the second consecutive year that it has won this award. The award recognises charities who communicate information to stakeholders in a…

Diageo Global Travel Launches The Exclusive Johnnie Walker Gifting Studio At DFS, Changi

By Dev Inder Bhalla | December 11, 2019

Diageo Global Travel, in partnership with Changi Airport Group (CAG) and DFS Group, the world’s leading luxury travel retailer, celebrated the official launch of its new and exclusive Johnnie Walker Gifting Studio at Singapore Changi Airport at Terminal 3 on 5th December 2019. The special launch event was attended by representatives from Diageo, CAG, DFS Group,…

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Cauliflower Calling

Mark Twain may have been cheeky about the cauliflower when he said, “A cauliflower is nothing but a cabbage with a college education,” but the fact is that this vegetable is today being feted for its low calorific and high nutritive values. Cauliflowers have been grown for several centuries and its ancestry is linked to the wild…

Modi’s Mission 2022

Reform has become the trope of our times. After nearly a quarter century of hop, side-step and crawl, the Indian economy remained shackled to shibboleths till 2014, when India languished, to offer only one example, at a pathetic 142 in the ease of doing business index. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s intense effort for change is…

Finding His True Mojo

You have seen him relaying to the world literally earth-shaking news precariously balanced from a helicopter during the devastating 2015 Nepal earthquake. You have seen him grill politicians and you have caught the latest news with him as an anchor at CNN-IBN, India’s leading news channel. For his stellar reporting, he has been twice awarded…

Graceful As A Swan

Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake is the most iconic ballet and to perform it day after day is something that needs immense passion and discipline. Prima Ballerina Irina Kolesnikova (38), who plays both Odette and Odile (white and black swan), has done thousands of shows, but every time she is on stage, her enthusiasm doesn’t falter. “If…

Heaven On Earth

Greece, like wisdom, came to me late in life but, unlike cruelly elusive profundity, that magical land in the turquoise Aegean is mercifully within reach when I long for it. Because that is what I feel for Greece now that I’ve tasted a bit of its legendary attractions. Within my first hour in Athens and…