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Composer par excellence - Vasant Desai

14 Sep 2019 12:59 PM GMT
A seamless composer who was gifted with the ability to pivot vagaries of life around his simple and classy tunes – Desai was a man of great musical insight

Lost in the Echo: Hansraj Behl

7 Sep 2019 1:26 PM GMT
There have been only two composer emeriti in the Hindi film world who would be addressed as ‘Masterji’ – the great Ghulam Haider and Hansraj Behl

The 'K' factor

31 Aug 2019 1:18 PM GMT
In The Making of Star India, Vanita Kohli Khandekar narrates how one of India’s largest media conglomerates was built swiftly in a little over two decades – peppered with relevant data, snippets from interviews and industry facts. Excerpts:

NO SHORTCUTS NO EXCUSES

24 Aug 2019 1:23 PM GMT
In Go: India's Sporting Transformation, Nandan Kamath and Aparna Ravichandran compiles a never-before-seen collection of essays by leading athletes and sports writers, who together tell a compelling story of India's ongoing sporting transformation. Excerpts:

A vintage affair with Shyam Sundar

17 Aug 2019 1:02 PM GMT
Shyam Sundar will not only be remembered for his perfect planning of instruments, wonderful orchestration for composing songs but also for his choice of singers

Melodious Mavericks - Jatin Lalit

10 Aug 2019 2:28 PM GMT
Jatin-Lalit , along with AR Rahman, must be credited for reviving the fortunes of Hindi film music in the 1990s – the brothers composed numbers in some of the greatest musical successes of that decade and even later

The first composer duo Husnlal Bhagatram

3 Aug 2019 1:14 PM GMT
Husnlal Bhagatram occupy a prestigious place in the history of Indian film music as a bridge between the vintage and the golden era – between the theatre-style singing of Zohra Ambalewali, Zeenat Begum and Amirbai Karnataki, and the melodious Suraiya and Lata Mangeshkar

BIRD'S-EYE VIEW

27 July 2019 1:29 PM GMT
In Kargil, Rachna Bisht Rawat interviews war survivors and martyrs' families to narrate stories of extraordinary human courage, of not just men but also of women in uniform. Excerpts:

Make the Switch

20 July 2019 1:50 PM GMT
In The Climate Solution, Mridula Ramesh's pragmatic ideas of pushing individual initiative and climate-resilient start-ups to solve various climatic issues offer an original roadmap to policymakers as well as the people of India for years to come. Excerpts:

TAKING THE BULL BY THE HORNS

20 July 2019 1:45 PM GMT
In the highly polarised milieu of recent times, Salman Khurshid attempts to place Islam in the context of modernism, and the Indian Muslim in the perspective of contemporary politics. In an exclusive interview with MillenniumPost, he further opens up on his new release – Visible Muslim, Invisible Citizen

A City Above Pretence

13 July 2019 1:48 PM GMT
Joanne Taylor's The Churches of India takes the reader on a fascinating journey through India to discover the history and architecture of various churches across the country. Excerpts:

JOURNEY TO THE WEST

6 July 2019 2:06 PM GMT
Kavita Das's Poignant Song chronicles the journey of Indian music to the West through the remarkable life of a great artiste – Lakshmi Shankar. Her music traversed both the East and the West with numerous collaborations. Excerpts:
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