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Interview

Hearing is believing
In the series on accompanying artistes, ANJANA RAJAN speaks to veteran vocalist Sadanam Rajagopalan.
Indo-Pak drama, literally
SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY speaks to filmmaker-TV producer Rajeev Mehra, who is dishing out from this Friday on Star Plus's "LOC," a love-hate drama between an Indian and a Pakistani on British soil.
Music

Rising to the occasion
T.N.S. Krishna gave a scintillating concert in Delhi the other day, says VENKATESAN SRIKANTH.
The lilt of devotion
RENOWNED CARNATIC vocalist, Sudha Raghunathan gave a splendid Carnatic recital in the Capital at Sankara Vidya Kendra recently as part of the 37th anniversary celebrations of the Vishnu Sahasranama Satsangam, Ramakrishnapuram. In a departure ...
Jazzmin's many fragrances
The Jazzmin band and Anoushka Shankar dazzled Delhi audiences this past week, says ANJANA RAJAN.
Some music in election-mode Bihar
Ved Prakash's flute recital and Rekha Ratnam's sweet voice were among the features of the recently concluded Swar Vistar festival in Patna, says C.L. DAS.
Dance

Telling tales anew
Rajika Puri's presentation of Sutradhari Natyam and Flamenco Natyam in New Delhi the other day deserves praise for her conviction and courage, but debates are inevitable.
New odds in Odissi
IT IS the definitive era of fusion. Watertight compartments in the arts, originally constructed by us, are finally yielding to osmosis. And as the waves criss-cross, there are bound to be some tremors. That's evolution for you. This Friday ...
Theatre

A different snowfall this!
Meera Kant's "Kaali Barf" is a poignant play built around the plight of displaced Kashmiris, comments ROMESH CHANDER.
Arts & Crafts

Heroic or the mock heroic
This week, GAYATRI SINHA takes you through Pushpamala N's performative works with a rather Brechtian interjection, and Anju Dodiya's painted figures, which are both literary and heroic.
Festivals

Celebrating Tyagaraja
IT'S TIME again for the Sree Shanmukhananda Sangeetha Sabha's annual Thyagaraja Music and Dance Festival. Starting this Friday, this 11-day festival dedicated to the legendary saint composer who along with Shyama Shastri and Muthuswami Dikshitar ...
Events

Pictures in perspective
Mati Ghar gallery in New Delhi opens up new vistas on Jammu and Kashmir through a photo exhibition, says RANA SIDDIQUI.

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