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Grandmom of laughter
Some interesting reads in Kannada
Literature

Pints of epiphany
A Pinter Sketch, a dramatised reading of eight of Harold Pinter's most famous sketches, made a tremendous impact with a minimal setting but superb comic timing
Book Watch

TOP TEN BOOKS OF THE WEEK
Agniya Rekkegalu by Abdul Kalam, translated by Jayaprakash Puttur, Vasan Publications, Rs. 100 Mayaloka-1 by K.P. Poornachandra Tejaswi, Pustaka Prakashana, Rs. 222 Vrukshaurveda by Nalini Sadhale, translated ...
Cinema

A starry, starry night
There are film awards and film awards and then there is the Chitra Premi Awards, which has been recognising talent in Kannada films and telly for the past 20 years. The awards are decided on audience choice. Last year, Nanna Preethiya Ramu ...
Cry, beloved country
The Tri-Continental Film Festival dealt with a wide range of human rights issues in the Global South
Music

A musical ushering
Sri Rama Lalitha Kala Mandira has been organising concerts for 51 years. This year's Spring Festival is round the corner
In his guru's footsteps
It is good news for Carnatic music, that youth in general and software engineers in particular are evincing lot of interest in it and have been able to win big audiences all over. It is heart warming that these youngsters could adapt themselves ...
Dance

An evening with legends
Premaanjali Educational Trust, a registered charitable organisation, is engaged in several activities focused around the homeless, destitute, and needy children. In order to raise funds for the trust, Premaanjali has been organising cultural ...
Theatre

Wanted: more energy
Rangayana's performance of Apsare was pale
Tribute

The emotional rebel
C.G. Krishnaswamy, who passed away recently, was one of the major forces of the Kannada amateur theatre movement. The modernist, who raised a strong anti-establishment voice, identified himself with all the progressive movements of our times
Tv Serials

More reality
Nimbus is set to conquer the skies with four new shows this year



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