See saw: Roll of Honour
- IPL spot-fixing case: Actor Vindoo Dara Singh arrested in Mumbai
- IPL 2013 LIVE SCORE: Chennai Super Kings bat, Sachin Tendulkar still out
- Pune Warriors withdraw from IPL, 'disgusted' by BCCI's attitude
- IPL spot fixing: How Sreesanth splurged money on girlfriend
- Li Keqiang visits TCS, Cyrus P Mistry says China important for growth of Tata Group
Growing up in the US and India and learning from her father legendary sitar player Pandit Ravi Shankar Anoushka Shankar has constantly worked towards justifying her illustrious lineage. But even she would not have factored in a Grammy nomination in a category where she is pitted against her father for the hallowed gramophone. Both Anoushka and Pandit Ravi Shankar are in the fray in the Best World Music Album Category this year. While Pandit Ravi Shankar has been nominated for The Living Room Sessions Part-1 an album that comprises a recorded session with tabla player Tanmoy Bose in his living room last year, Anoushka has been nominated for her album Traveller, in which she has experimented with foot-tapping flamenco music. Others vying for the trophy in the category include Hawaiian producer-songwriter Daniel Ho, South African musician Hugh Ramopolo Masekela and Mali-based music duo Amadou & Mariam. The awards will be announced on February 10.
Gotye's Turn Now
Brazilian-Australian singer-songwriter Wouter "Wally" De Backer, better known as Gotye, has just announced his first concert in India. He will perform at Blue Frog in New Delhi, on February 6 next year, for the finale of the ongoing Oz Fest. With his hit single, Somebody That I Used to Know, turning out to be the biggest selling song of the year, Gotye has three Grammy nominations in his bag this year, including one for Record of the Year. Interestingly, his concert in India will take place just five days prior to the awards ceremony.
- 'Sophisticated' Indian cyberattacks targeted Pak military sites: Report
- Talkative Li quoted Weber, Hegel, Jobs, said PM is large-hearted
- Bihar food corp ends up with chaff as rice worth Rs 535 cr vanishes from mills
- In 7 lucrative minutes on May 9, Sreesanth bowled 6 balls, bookie made Rs 2.5 cr
- India and China ask border envoys to work on more steps
- Former Ranji player among 3 more held