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We are concentrating on 125 cc scooter market and in motorcycle segment over 150 cc segment only, so we don't have any plan to bring a commuter scooter or 100 cc motorcycle, said MD Koichiro Hirao
From winning awards and breaking records to presenting her work to celebrities, Sushmitha Manne has done it all
Adilabad Dhokra is a traditional art, dating back to the Harappa and Mohenjo Daro times, pursued by Ojha Gonds
Fourteen-year-old Syeda Ashna Turabi’s artworks have captured the attention of an Indian restaurant in UK
Masanori Fukuoka, the man behind this collection has been an important contributor and supporter of Indian art and artists since 1989.
This season presents twelve auctions featuring over 1,000 objects from 5,000 years of art spanning all epochs and categories of Asian art comprising Chinese archaic bronzes through Japanese and Korean art to contemporary Indian painting.
Telangana artist Venkatesh Kandunoori's painting 'The Nest' is a dedication to animals
Titled "and suddenly it all blossoms", this year's edition has been shortened from five months to three weeks
Blurring the lines between artists, galleries and collectors, TAP India intends to provide an unmatched window into the best of art.
From the 1950s on, the Alsdorfs were especially ardent patrons of The Art Institute of Chicago, gifting or lending hundreds of works to the museum, commencing in their earliest days of collecting.
Jay Weinstein's global photography project 'So I Asked Them To Smile' aims to bring humanity to the point of unity
Story of two brothers who are amongst the only four surviving families that are into this traditional art
Budgetary problems left the Jerusalem museum shuttered after Israel began easing restrictions on public spaces
As part of the World Tribal Day, Lambada artiste Srinivas Nayak shares his art work and love for his community
The Art Alive Gallery initiative aims to brighten up your weekend with selected art by Masters, Contemporaries and generation next artists.
Contrary to the overwhelming shades of green that one would expect, his paintings are visually eloquent.
The #100daysofsketching challenge has not only inculcated a habit for drawing daily in people, but also sprouted a global artist community
Titled Mediterranean Sea View 2017, the works are estimated to sell for between 800,000 pounds and 1.2 million pounds, the Metro newspaper reported on Sunday.
Selected from thousands of entries received from 140 countries, Bhalotia's winning photograph titled "Flying Boys" was shot on iPhone X and characterised the day-to-day activities of the boys in Varanasi in India.
Here’s a fascinating story of a city-batist Sumana Vasireddy, whose daughter inspired her to pursue art