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Fresh Shwaas of air
Shwaas, the film by the unassuming Sandeep Sawant, got nominated to the Oscars. His agenda, he insists, was only to reach out to a wide audience.
IT IS only rarely that music lovers in Bangalore get to hear a nadaswara recital on the concert platform. The Vijaya Degree College, Basavangudi, provided one such opportunity to the young students of the college, as part of Sneha Milana, a ...
Music for all times
NAGARAJ RAO Havaldar, one of the leading Hindustani vocalists of the State, gave up his job in All India Radio to plunge into music full time. The idea of his music being barricaded within an institution didn't seem a pleasant thing for Havaldar. ...
R.K.SRIKANTAN'S GAIT and walk at 85 are understandably cautious. But the nearly three-hour music he wove with grace and ease echoed Tagore's words, "At the immortal touch of thy hands my little heart loses its limits in joy and gives birth to ...
Politicians on THE PROWL
THE STAGING of Kuri directed by M.S.Sathyu, was perhaps the best tribute Samudaya could have paid to Dr.H. Narasimhiah, a patron of theatre who represented the spirit of enquiry and led the struggle against superstitions and god-men. The ...
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