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ART The competition has generated tremendous enthusiasm among children.
OTV spreads wings
Television OTV celebrates eight years of existence with a cultural show
Television Swetta `Avantika' Keswani is enthused about her forthcoming crossover flick and small screen comedy show alike.
Continuing the mission
Interview Pisapati Narasimha Murthy owes his success in Telugu traditional drama to his knowledge of Vedas and epics
Getting to the nuts and bolts
preview `Robots' from the makers of the smash hit `Ice Age' promises to be visual treat in the IMAX format.
A great combination
ON LOCATION The winning combination of Rajasekhar and Kodi Ramakrishna returns to the theatres soon.
Music Visakha Music and Dance Academy featured a harmonium recital by M. Veerabhadra Rao on the eve of Sri Ramanavami.
Maestro in making
Concert Young musician Jayachandran showed flashes of talent in his vocal rendition.
Dance Sparkling performances marked the show presented by talented youngsters.
Power of faith
THEATRE Anjaneya's unparalleled devotion to Rama is highlighted in the play.
Parody on politics
Play `Shara Maamoole' staged recently was a satire on politics.
Veteran artistes honoured
Felicitation It was a befitting honour for several senior artistes on Ugadi day celebrations.
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