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Friday, December 12, 2008
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Norwegian director Un-Magritt Nordseth on how different countries can have a common understanding of Henrik Ibsen.
The heart bleeds...
The film and cultural fraternity of Kolkata reacts to the terror attacks in Mumbai.
Time for a song
Prasoon Joshi on his new set of songs for “Ghajini” and more.
A plane divine
Baithak Pandit Vinayak Torvi touched the right chords with the audience as always.
The Delhi Arts Festival presented vintage fare by stalwarts.
Flashback of fun
“Mahim Junction” splashes the colours of Bollywood of yore on the stage.
A fallen leaf of august history
Sansaptak’s “Zawal-e-Azim” made the Moghul Empire’s decline come alive with a rare ferocity.
Innocence on canvas
Illoosh Ahluwalia spares a thought for street kids through her paintings.
Art on public stage
Delhi’s maiden public art festival addresses ecological issues by placing contemporary art right in our midst.
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