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Friday, March 04, 2005
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Some splash, some ripple
As "Swimming Pool" opens in Delhi this week,
History in the box
SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY speaks to Charath Narasimhan, Vice President, Marketing, of The History Channel about its upcoming shows after the newest roll-out "History's Lost and Found".
Mastery on stage
VENKATESAN SRIKANTH pens his exhilarating experience of listening to recitals by the Priya Sisters and Vechoor C. Sankar at the ongoing Thyagaraja Music and Dance Festival in New Delhi.
When abstract takes form
Eminent vocalist Prabha Atre presented a recital in Varanasi with all the hallmarks of the Kirana gharana, writes GAUTAM CHATTERJEE.
Sheer Fall... elevating thought
Navtej Johar gave a delightful dance performance at the British Council the other day, says ANJANA RAJAN.
Something very special...
THIS IS arguably the first time that 150 differently abled students from six Delhi-based special schools are going to stage a play titled "Special Krishna Leela" at Kamani Auditorium in New Delhi. The play will be mounted this coming Wednesday at ...
The method in madness
SOMETIMES MESSAGE doesn't need a polished vehicle to hit you, sometimes raw talent appeals more than cultivated art. This describes the evening when some young students from Aligarh Muslim University's Drama Club performed at New Delhi's India ...
In quest of new identity
"Cupid's Broken Arrow" presented at Abhimanch auditorium this past week was a unique kind of experiment of the new universal woman in quest of new identity in the tradition-bound societies, says DIWAN SINGH BAJELI.
The real face of reality
GAYATRI SINHA gives an impression of the exhibition Dot Matrix Replacing Reality with Representation at the Apeejay Media Gallery and the ceramic works of Aarti Vir and Kristine Michael at the British Council in New Delhi.
Science on canvas...
A blend of science, nature, spirituality and Vedas, young Deepak Tandon's abstract creations on view at Gallerie Ganesha at Gurgaon this past week, come as whiff of fresh air.
Farewell to an era
RENOWNED MUSICIAN K. R. Kumaraswamy Iyer, former principal of Sri Swati Tirunal College of Music, Thiruvananthapuram, passed away on February 28 after a brief illness. He was 93 and was residing in East Delhi's Mayur Vihar Phase I, where he had ...
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