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Friday, October 28, 2005
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Love's labour not lost
In the eye of a storm
Meet Bibudharanjan, the author of `Michcha Mahatma' that discusses the other side of Gandhi.
Y.V.S. Chowdhary decided to launch his own audio company and named it after his daughter `Yukta Audio'. The audio of his latest flick Devadasu being produced on the banner of `Bommarillu Vari', would be released through this company by the ...
All for a cause
A.S.R. Creations' `Seenugaadu Chiranjeevi Fan' weaves in the significance of social welfare measures.
Pappu Sastry sang Annamacharya keertanas.
Whistle wiz wows with Carnatic recital
Komaravolu Siva Prasad's unique rendition mesmerised the audience.
The concert by Vishnubhatla Sisters was good.
`Nissabdam' took a look at the goings on in corporate hospitals. Gudipoodi Srihari
Kumar Utsav fest
Various functions by cultural organisations marked Kumar Utsav.
Myriad art activities
Lalit Kala Akademi held art shows, lectures.
Entertainment Bangalore Chennai and Tamil Nadu Delhi Hyderabad Thiruvananthapuram
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