DoT panel for regulation of domestic Internet calls
DoT panel for regulation of domestic Internet calls

 An official panel on net neutrality has proposed regulation of domestic calls on Internet-based apps like Skype, Whatsapp and Viber by putting them on par with services offered by telecom operators, a recommendation that came under immediate attack from industry bodies.

Rahul, Ravi Shankar in Kannada remake of 'Jigarthanda'

Critically acclaimed Tamil musical gangster film ‘Jigarthanda’ is being remade in Kannada featuring actors Rahul and Ravi Shankar in the lead roles. The yet-untitled remake is being helmed by actor-filmmaker Sudeep.

Zee Media exclusive interview with Ravi Shankar

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'Reduction in energy transmission may help reduce impact of mobiles'

With the health and safety aspects of using mobile phones and the radiation from its towers being a cause of concern for many, experts feel that reducing the energy transmitted per bit and adopting some precautionary measures can help in the long run.

IDFC appoints Shankar to head proposed bank's rural foray

Having received the in-principle nod to start a full fledged bank, IDFC today appointed Ravi Shankar as the head of the proposed bank's financial inclusion and rural business initiative.

A Ravi Shankar film that did not happen

They were great friends and went on to work on four projects but Satyajit Ray`s plan to make a short film on his musician friend Ravi Shankar remained a wish unfulfilled.

RSS, Ramdev, Ravi Shankar engaging in politics: Congress

The Congress Tuesday moved the Election Commission against the RSS, yoga guru Ramdev and Art of Living founder Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, saying they have been conducting political activities.

Bangla Beats: On `Shastri-ya` Sangeet, father-in law`s tips

Ravi Shastri`s post-match presentations might have become a bit mundane but the former India all-rounder does have lovely sense of humour as one got a taste of it the other day.

Ravi Shankar gets posthumous Grammy nomination

Indian sitar legend Ravi Shankar, who was awarded two Grammy honours earlier this year, has received a posthumous nomination in the 56th Annual Grammy Awards for his album `The Living Room Sessions Part 2`.

Classical doyens pay tribute to `Sitar Legend` Ravi Shankar

In a tribute to the sitar legend Pandit Ravi Shankar leading names from the world of music came together in the city to recreate the favourite pieces of the maestro

Film festival on Ravi Shankar begins in Kolkata

A four-day film festival cum photo exhibition began here Sunday to pay tribute to sitar maestro Pandit Ravi Shankar on his 93rd birth anniversary.

President, PM salute maestro Ravi Shankar`s contribution

Sitar maestro Ravi Shankar`s legacy lives on and would continue to illuminate the world of music, President Pranab Mukherjee said Thursday.

Late sitar maestro Ravi Shankar`s ‘Living Room Sessions’ for autumn release

Ravi Shankar`s latest album ‘The Living Room Sessions Part II’, which spans a wide range of Indian classical ragas, will be released towards the end of 2013.

Father`s Grammy bitter-sweet moment for us: Anoushka Shankar

Sitar maestro Ravi Shankar`s double win at the 55th Grammy awards this year, will remain a bitter-sweet memory for his musician daughters Anoushka Shankar and Norah Jones.

Norah Jones says she will forever be re-discovering dad Ravi Shankar’s music

Norah Jones, who lost her father Pandit Ravi Shankar in December at the age of 92, said that she will forever be re-discovering his music.

Late sitar legend Ravi Shankar wins Grammy

Two months after his death, Indian sitar legend Ravi Shankar has won the best world music album Grammy for ‘The Living Room Sessions Part 1’ spanning a wide range of Indian classical styles.

Norah Jones to perform at Oscars

Grammy-award winner Norah Jones, the daughter of late sitar maestro Pandit Ravi Shankar, will perform `Everybody Needs a Best Friend` from "Ted" at the Oscars award next month.

2012: Fewer legends, more sensations

It gave birth to quite a few new talents like South Korean singing sensation PSY, but the year gone by also saw the world losing its many legends, ranging from the first space explorers to celebrated authors to sundry music icons to cinema idols.

Vanessa Hudgens sparks controversy by `meditating` like Ravi Shankar in pic

Vanessa Hudgens may have landed herself in hot water after she posted a picture of herself on Instagram, meditating like the recently deceased Sitar virtuoso Ravi Shankar.