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A veteran calling...
Veteran Bengal artist Jhupu Adhikari displays his works in New Delhi after a long time.
Light, camera, little action
Winner of the best director award in the National Theatre Festival in 1999, Anup Baral tells
Light feet, heavy thoughts
Since the controversial days of the Festival of India in the U.S., Malavika Sarukkai has zoomed to the top as one of the country's most creative Bharatanatyam exponents.
On a double track
ONE FINE day, Manish Goyal ceases to be Tilak. Perhaps because he finds all attention shifting to his reel wife Saroj in the Star Plus serial Bhabhi. Seven months down the line, he gets back the role from actor Mukul Dev. Surely because ...
A new spark
GAUTAM CHATTERJEE gives a brief on Ashwini Bhide Deshpande's recent performance at Varanasi.
Talks, works and realism
Experiencing a week of varied critical engagements,
Beyond the North-South divide
It was fun with strings attached, literally. ROMESH CHANDER gives an insight into the Third Ishara International Theatre Festival that concluded in New Delhi recently.
The works of five women artists from Europe and the U.S. will be on show in Chennai from February 9.
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