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The Delhi government has set up an advisory panel for the promotion of art, culture and languages to help draft a “cultural policy” for the national capital, according to documents, a senior government official said.
In an attempt to extend benefits of the government's schemes during the COVID-19 pandemic, a database of artists practising in different spheres of crafts and techniques in Rajasthan is being created with the help of crowdsourcing. The initiative will ensure support to the artist community that has been deprived of regular livelihood for several months.
The ministry of culture is planning a massive overhaul into its usual functioning and plans to introduce a host of digital initiatives including a web-series on India’s struggle for independence and virtual tours of important monuments, officials told Hindustan Times.
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday proposed the setting up of an Indian Institute of Heritage and Conservation under the Ministry of Culture.
On 15th January 2020, the first International Heritage Symposium and Exhibition (IHSE) will begin in New Delhi, at the National Museum. Ms. Junhi Han (Chief of Culture at UNESCO New Delhi) will be one of the panelists of the 7-panel discussions that will take place on 15 and 16 January. Simultaneously, an exhibition will be held at the National Museum which will go on for one month.
India and China on Monday inked four pacts including on sports, culture and traditional medicines. The agreements and MoU were signed during the three-day visit of External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar.