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Boo to the Big Bully
Top 10 Books of the week
Mussanjeya Katha Prasanga by P. Lankesh, Lankesh Patrike Prakashana, Rs. 200 Nayakanaaguvudu Hege? by Debshish Chaterjee, Translated by Vishveshwara Bhat, Sapna Book House, Rs.75 Janaki Kalam by Janaki, Chanda Pustaka, ...
New steps, ancient rhythms
Nirupama and Rajendra believe in seamless innovation of the basic grammar of dance Some double recitals
It was a mixed experience at the East-West Encounter of the Bangalore School of Music
Beyond IT and BT
As part of a larger series, Growing Up, BBC World is airing acclaimed television journalist Dick Bower's four-part series, Being Indian, beginning tomorrow
Comedy in flying colours
The stupendous success of Ramesh's debut venture Rama Shama Bhama has doubled his star value. He's now enthused to take on more projects
The fretless chitraveena is not as mysterious as it is made out to be argues P. Ganesh
Now in its silver jubilee year, Bharatanjali, the school of Bharatanatya led by veteran guru B. Bhanumathi presented a neat and tidy dance drama called Navarasa Karnataka during the Kinkini Nrithyotsava held at Dr. H.N. Kalakshetra. The ...
Denmark king goes desi
Nowhere is the truth of the above lines, written by Auden in memory of W.B.Yeats, more obvious than in the case of Shakespeare whose words have been modified over and over again to suit living generations and cultures. The recent production of ...
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