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News: Arts & Culture

A Pahar ( My dear Mountain) - My Poetry Book

A Pahar - A poetry book published this year (2014) Read More

Freedom Fighter & National Poet Shri Ram Sharma Award-2014

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Youth Icon National Award-2014

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Call for Submissions: Open Doors 2014 Cover Artwork

Deadline: Monday, October 6, 2014. In preparation for the publication of the Open Doors 2014 report that will be published in January 2015, the Institute of International Education's Center for Academic Mobility Research invites submissions for the report's cover art from IFP alumni. Interested applicants should submit a high resolution scan or photograph of their two-dimensional or three-dimensional artwork by Monday, October 6 to Anita Lederer – alederer@iie.org. Other than photographs of two-dimensional and three-dimensional artwork, no other photography will be considered. --... Read More

Documentary Film 'Birth 1871' - Indian De-notified over independence

n 1871 the colonial government in India officially defined 192 ethnic groups as 'Criminal Tribes' - communities considered to be ‘hereditary’ criminals, and later reclassified as 'Denotified Tribes' (DNTs) in 1952, following India's independence. In consequence, these communities were subject to collective penal and ‘rehabilitative’ measures that included increased surveillance, forced resettlement and employment that government deemed productive. This project combines historical research with film documentary to explore two Denotified Tribes' strategies for dealing with the changing local sta... Read More

Museo Virtual del Zapoteco

Con la finalidad desarrollar herramientas que favorezcan la comunicación multilingüe en el ciberespacio, Rodrigo Pérez Ramírez, ex-becario de la Fundación Ford desarrolló un sitio web que alberga un museo virtual de su lengua materna: el Zapoteco. El desarrollo de esta web fue gracias al apoyo recibido por parte de la Comisión Nacional para el Desarrollo de los Pueblos Indígenas a través de su programa de comunicadores indígenas 2012. El objetivo de este sitio es generar un espacio que ayude a que más personas conozcan la historia y riqueza que guarda cada lengua, en el que se puedan compa... Read More

Book Announcement

I. B. Tauris Academic publisher in London has just published Dr Baroud's Monograph which is entitled The Shipwreck Sailor in Arabic and Westren Literature: Ibn Tufayl and his Influence on European Writers. Dr Baroud is the current head of the Gaza IFP Alumni Association and is an Assistant professor of English and Comparative Literature at the Islamic University of Gaza, Palestine. Read More

talented children center

That was my dream , it is now reality. discovering the talented children in any field of study through their artwork Read More


Date: November 25, 2012 Time: 5:00 PM-7:00 PM

Hi Friends, You are cordially invited for a group exhibition of artworks at LALIT KALA AKADEMI, NEW DELHI on 25th Nov. 2012 at 5pm. (The show will be on display till 1st Dec. 2012. Read More

PAHARNAMA the inside stories of Himalaya - a video magazine

A weekly video magazine, telecast in Doordarshan (Indian federal television network) covers environment, development, culture, tradition, history etc stories of Himalayan mountains. Read More

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