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Friday, March 03, 2006
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Road to Hollywood
A new chapter
Madhupal, who has worked before and behind the camera, is also a writer.
On the strings of melody
Veena maestro A. Ananthapadmanabhan says kelvignanam and dedication are essential for a good musician.
On a voyage of discovery
Ethno-musicologist Laurent Aubert is Curator of the Ethnographic Museum of Geneva.
Play of realities, in light and shade
`Sadrusavakyangal' explores the many shades of black and white that comprise reality.
A family tale
`Baalyam' delves into a child's world.
Views from the campus
The fourth FILCA Campus Film Festival screened 35 films that were made by students all over Kerala.
In memory of a folklorist
A documentary on Chummar Choondal throws light on his invaluable contributions in promoting folk art forms.
Singing for the gods
The `Sangeetharchana' that was conducted by Jayaprakasha Sangeetha Parishath at Thripunithura was a treat for aficionados.
A gathering in memory of a saint
The 159th Thyagaraja Aradhana Festival saw many Carnatic artistes gathering to pay homage to the saint.
A captivating festival
The Ernakulam Kathakali Club recently completed 47 years.
Stories for all times
Chakyarkoothu by Ramanchakyar entertained the audience with its characteristic mix of humour and satire.
Rock n' Roll
Tune in to get swayed by rocking music by `Euphoria' to be aired on Southern Spice (SS) Music at 11.30 a.m. on March 5. The rock band presents a two-hour live concert. The group, with Palash Sen as their lead singer, shot to fame in 1998 with ...
Asianet VJ Plus
Asianet's first Veejay hunt will hit the screen in the first week of March. VJ Plus aims at selecting the best of anchors, dancers, singers and mimics. Thousands of boys and girls in Kerala participated in the hunt. Around 500 candidates ...
Film star Jagadish open his mind on his experiences in tinsel town and as a teacher. The two-part interview will see the star punctuate the interview with his characteristic ...
Bonanza for Amritha
The Film Critics' Awards have come as a bonanza for Amritha TV. With nine awards, the less than one-year-old channel have reasons to cheer. `Swaram' bagged the award for the best serial, best director, best actress and best cameraman. Praveena ...
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