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SOP revised after objectionable re-tweets of NSD: Govt

The language of a few re-tweets by social media wing of All India Radio's News Services Division, after India beat Pakistan in World Cup cricket match, were not suitable for public broadcasting following which the standard operating procedures have been revised, the government said on Friday.

NSD director's new play a tribute to war victims
NSD director's new play a tribute to war victims

As 2014 marks 100 years of the start of World War I, a new play looks into the after-effects of war and pays tribute to millions of lives lost in these conflicts.

Children's theatre festival to begin in Delhi Sunday

The 12th edition of the National School of Drama's (NSD) children's festival will begin here Sunday, a statement said Saturday.

Al Qaeda-ISIS to join hands with other terror groups to attack India: NSG

The Director General of National Security Guards (NSG) Jayant Choudhury on Thursday warned that Al Qaeda and ISIS in collaboration with other terror groups likely to attack Indian cities.

Young writers bringing innovation to films: Asghar Wajahat

Hailing the young crop of writers in Hindi, noted playwright and novelist Syed Asghar Wajahat says good and innovative writing has emerged recently in cinema because of them.

No dearth of work in Hindi language : Asghar Wajahat

Noted author and playwright Syed Asghar Wajahat today said that there is no dearth of good work in Hindi language as the new generation, along with seniors, is coming out with good work.

For Chekhov, Socrates, head to Delhi Natya Utsav

Delhi Natya Utsav, a five-day theatre festival beginning Jan 20, will see plays based on Russian writer Anton Chekhov`s short stories, Greek philosopher Socrates` struggles, and a love story set in the time of the Second World War.

National School of Drama to roll out playwriting course in 2014

There is dearth of good playwriters in the country, said National School of Drama (NSD) Director Waman Kendre Friday.

16th Bharat Rang Mahotsav festival from January 4-19

The Bharat Rang Mahotsav, the National School of Drama`s annual theatre festival, is back with its 16th edition and will showcase 71 plays from 17 Indian states and 6 international countries.

NSD`s Bal Sangam fest to begin on Children`s Day

For the first time, the Bal Sangam programme of the National School of Drama in the national capital will bring together 21 groups from across the country, with special focus on the northeast and folk theatre.

Never thought `Raanjhanna` would become so big: Zeeshan Ayyub

Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub`s memorable turn as Dhanush`s best friend `Murari` in "Raanjhanna" has earned him praise from everyone.

NSD director to be appointed soon

Chandresh Kumari Katoch said Wednesday that the process is nearly over for finalising the appointment of the director for the National School of Drama (NSD).

Banned by NSD, Pakistani play gets space to perform in capital

The spirit of cultural cooperation between India and Pakistan triumphed Saturday over the simmering tension along the Indo-Pakistan border.

National School of Drama promotes theatre in Sikkim

The Sikkim Centre of the National School of Drama is promoting theatre in the region. Recently, budding actors performed a non-verbal play on Sikkimese culture and traditions.

NSD lays out drama treat for kids

A panorama of 17 plays in nine languages will be staged over 11 days, renewing the National School of Drama`s commitment to urban theatre for children.

National School of Drama promotes theatre in Sikkim

The Sikkim centre of the National School of Drama (NSD) is actively promoting theatre in the region to encourage budding actors.

NSD introduces ‘Theatre-in-Education’ course, first in Asia

The National School of Drama here has introduced a course in "Theatre-in-Education", first of its kind in Asia.

Assamese play at NSD fest regales audience

`Sup-Ek Prahashan’, an Assamese play dealing with the theme of exploitation and suppression of the common man was staged at NSD`s Bharat Rang Mahotsav.

NSD`s Bal Sangam begins from Nov 8

Nearly 200 children from across the country will showcase traditional arts and crafts at the Crafts Museum in Pragati Maidan in a weeklong Bal Sangam 2011.

NSD to get regional centres

The Union Ministry of Culture is planning to set up five new centres of NSD.