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Friday, April 15, 2005
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Bard in context
LITERATURE The Capital saw Shakespeare in a new light the other day. An overview.
The casual crooner
INTERVIEW Ravindra Upadhya, the winner of Channel V's Samsung Super Singer contest, speaks about what the title actually means to him.
On how to fall in love
FILMMAKER What is a perfect date? "Hitch," releasing today, shows the way, says director Andy Tennant in this interview.
Missing the same old spark
RARE RECITAL Malini Rajurkar's waning interest in public performances is a cause for lament.
In rhyme with the divine
MUSIC Delhi recently got a whiff of the divine with artistes from far and wide performing at Nehru Park.
Shades of stardom
YOUNG TALENT It was a week that saw the good and the not-so-good on the dance stage. But now that the Nritya Pratibha festival is over, there are points to ponder.
PAINTING An eye-catching exhibition.
Of work, play and creativity
ART Gerd Rohling's paintings recently shown at New Delhi's Max Mueller Bhavan drew upon numerous issues even as a group show at Bodhi Art Gallery gave a glimpse of Indian abstract painting.
Remembering the maestro
HOMAGE A moving performance in memory of a guru.
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