There is a gamut of bilateral links and inter-governmental mechanisms in diverse science and technology sectors beyond defense and nuclear power.
Playing in the FIH Hockey World League introduces the Russian women’s team to India and its capacity to amaze and shock.
My take on the prospects of art-prints market:
There is ambiguity around this subject despite a very active art print market, mostly because the brilliant thinkers of art are busy evaluating ‘high art.’ Fine art prints—mechanical prints that is, to clearly distinguish from traditional printmaking—seem to have cropped up on the sidelines as a by-product of technological advancements in image reproduction.
Being an Indian medical student in Russia
Alumni of various Russian universities share their experiences of being a student in Russia.
India Habitat Centre in association with the University of Kent organized a two day workshop on ‘Contemporary Visual Arts Writing & Criticism’—conceived by Dr Alka Pande, India’s preeminent art critic; lead by Dr Grant Pooke, FRSA; and curated by Angus Pryor, Director, School of Arts, Medway.
As an assignment for the seminar, I wrote the following note about Aya Mouri, one of the artists featured in the accompanying exhibition ‘Critical Narratives in Colour and Form:’
A Russian linguist awarded for her role in the promotion and development of Hindi, shares her vision and passion.
A Russian Prince’s observations of 19th century India
In ‘Prince Alexei Saltykov’s Journeys across India,’ the Russian prince effectively juxtaposes objective observations and personal impressions, facts and sentiments, both beautiful and wretched.
Indian classical forms are more than just dance for these Russians; they are a way of life.
Russian hikers embark on Laddakh and Himachal adventure
Three wanderlust-struck Russians undertake a tough trek through the states of Jammu & Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh, with a spirit somewhat akin to Changpas, the nomadic people of the Tibetan plateau.
An Indian scholar envisions the development of Siberia
A researcher from New Delhi, Dr. Jatinder Khanna has put together a first of its kind research with Siberia as a means for strategic and economic growth of Russia and thereby Asia.