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Learning to fly
The Mangalore-based Sixth Karnataka Air Squadron of the National Cadet Corps (NCC) has promoted aviation among the youth with aeromodelling. Now a select few from it will head to Bangalore to get a feel of microlight flying, reports JAIDEEP SHENOY
People

Crown for the Taj
Anna Singh has won the National Award for her costumes for Taj Mahal
Profiles

It’s advantage all
Tennis ace-turned-film producer Ashok Amritraj is on a hunt for Indian directorial talent for Hollywood


Girl, now a woman
Grand Master Koneru Humpy spills the beans on her makeover
Follow the leader
Never shy of controversy Kiran Bedi says the challenges she faced are only to be expected when one tries to open up a system
THEATRE VETERANS MOHAN MAHARISHI AND BHASKAR GHOSE ON TWO GREAT LEADERS
‘Actors aren’t puppets’
With a framed-in-grey face and won’t-suffer-fools stance, Mohan Maharishi looks exactly like the theatre veteran he is, with 37 production-crowded years behind him.

A student of the National School of Drama who went on to become its ...
Music

The shining light
Mandolin U. Rajesh clothes raw emotion in the virtuoso music of his mandolin in his new album “Into the Light”


Beat street
Listening to “Brianstorm” (no spelling errors here), the first video from the Arctic Monkeys’ “Favourite Worst Nightmare”, one can’t help but wonder why this song leads the album. And indeed, listening to three ...
Television

Big is beautiful
National Geographic Channel’s brand new season of “Megastructures” will answer questions about everything you did not know about the world’s most awe-inspiring structures.

Understand the triumph of giant-scale ...
Travel

Live like the sahibs
Burra Sahib’s Bungalow, deep inside Assam’s Gatoonga Tea Estate, offers a peek at life in a tea garden
Events

Pen on paper
SMS and e-cards might be in vogue now but youngsters still have an attachment to the physical greeting card
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