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Friday, April 07, 2006
Friday Review Delhi
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At her concert the other day, Subhadra Desai proved herself worthy of the scholarship she has received.
The Mirza touch!
After a long gap Ustad Mahmud Mirza enthralled the discerning audiences of the Capital.
The Jagannath juggernaut
Orissa covered the Capital in its varied hues as the State celebrated Utkal Divas recently.
The novelty that always was...
Destiny changed its landscape, with Dame Luck suddenly befriending her. She had always been the also ran, languishing in virtual anonymity in the shadow of sister Kamala who was the guaranteed applause getter. A less hardy person may well have ...
Getting their identity back
The play "Shanakhti Card" touched a chord with Kashmiri audiences the other day in Srinagar.
Now showing... `inner laws'!
The Sahitya Kala Parishad's festival featured a slew of plays, with Poile Sengupta's "Inner Laws" stealing the show.
Beyond a provocative transgression
Nalini Malani's images return to the female protagonist while Ashim Purkayastha's canvases dip into migration and survival.
Glimpses of eternity
Guru Kelucharan Mohapatra, Odissi maestro, left the mortal coil on April 7, 2004. But his spirit still dances in the memory of his admirers.
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