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SOFTWARE PROFESSIONAL turned publisher. That seems like the most unusual marriage. Vasudhendra, a software engineer who is also a writer himself, is now going to don a third role as publisher, with his Chanda Pustaka being launched on January 30, ...
Still on top of the charts
The recent seminar on novelist S.L. Bhyrappa re-emphasised the fact that he remains one of the most popular Kannada fiction writers. B.S. VENKATALAKSHMI reports
Sheikh Ali, insists that history should be presented with objectivity. B.S. VENKATALAKSHMI listens to the eminent historian.
A doctor's flair for music
TONAL MELODY and effortless rendition were the hallmarks of Dr. Muralidhar Kanchi 's concert in Mysore. The artiste, in spite of his busy schedule at the Narayana Hridayalaya, Bangalore, seems to have spent enough time on his music too. The ...
IN CELEBRATION of 40 years of its useful service to Carnatic music, Nadajyothi Sri Thyagarajaswamy Bhajana Sabha is holding a 40-day music and dance festival in the premises of Sri Kannika Parameshwari Temple, Malleswaram. Veteran mridangist A.V. ...
Creeping up on current values
German playwright Lutz Hubner's Creeps was potent, provocative and potentially explosive
Owing to the efforts of two senior artists, Gulbarga now has two galleries which have opened their doors to young painters.
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