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This star is all sparkle
Tara has been around in the film industry for 19 years, but didn't get her due till now. This actor, who now has a national award in her kitty, admits bad career decisions could have been partly responsible for the drought
Book Watch

Top Ten Kannada Books
Thakkanobbana Atma Charitre by Medos Talor, translated by N.P. Shankaranarayana Rao, Ankita Pustaka, Rs.90 Manasika Samasyegalige Manassu Illada Marga by Dr. Meenagundin Subramanya, Navakarnataka Publications, Rs.160 Bimba ...
Cinema

Songs of love and more
It was a lively discussion on the role of ghazals in Hindi films, thanks to enthusiastic audience participation


On the garden path
After Kaliyon Ka Chamanand Hawas, Meghna Naidu carries on her scorcher act with Mashooka, released this past week. Directed by Afzal Khan, Meghna is cast opposite popular model Aditya Bal. A triangle with Vidya Malwade completing the third angle ...
Roles galore
It's raining roles for Jyotika in Telugu film industry, post Chandramukhi. According to the buzz, the latest offer has come from Ramgopal Varm's `factory' or his next film in Telugu titled Shockand Jyotika is believed to have grabbed the offer. ...
Personality

Children of a lesser god
A section of the Dalit community continues to do jobs that are sub-human. Madurai filmmaker R.P. Amudhan captures its experiences with all the repugnant details
The inner strength
K.V. Subbanna will live on forever, as both memory and reality
Music

Saluting the guru
On the occasion of Guru Poornima, N.V. Gopinath will present Naada Sandhya, a sitar recital on July 23. He will be accompanied by Pandit Ravindra Yavagal on the tabla. Gopinath, a renowned sitarist of Bangalore, began his career in music in1953 ...
Dance

Well synchronised
The young Bharatanatya duo Shravya Vashishth and Chethana Kalluraya, trained by Poornima Ashok were in fine form in their duet performance for the Department of Kannada and Culture's Every Wednesday Cultural Evening Programmes at the Nayana ...
Theatre

Shines with simplicity
Janamanadaata, the latest theatre group formed by a few like-minded alumni of Ninasam Theatre Institute, made their debut in Bangalore recently with the staging of Shraddha mattu Hanate at Sinchana, an intimate theatre space in J.P. Nagar. ...
When a man is tested to his limits
Barry Collins's The Judgement shatters familiar concepts and easy categories to smithereens
Tribute

At the centre of his universe
It is impossible to separate the artist from the person in K.V. Subbanna, who was honoured with the Ramon Magsaysay award. This visionary, who passed away last week, changed our perceptions of urban-rural divide and led a life that was built on roc k-solid conviction
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