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A war with no winners
The row between Sonal Mansingh and members of the Executive Board may be humiliating for the artistes but India is the loser. ANJANA RAJAN
Think again, think Nat Geo
National Geographic channel has just armed itself with a brand new look. The channel's Creative and Marketing Head, Guy Slattery names a few action-packed shows to add zing to its fresh appearance. SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY
Raja Babu returns
The comedy king is back. After a successful escapade in the serious world of politics, Govinda returns to what he knows best. His long awaited "Khullam Khulla Pyar Karen" is releasing this week. Directed by Harmesh Malhotra, the film stars Preity ...
Renowned musicologist Shakuntala Narsimhan spoke on the notable features of Rampur-Saheswan gharana. JITENDRA PRATAP
Tradition and technique
Vyjayanthi Kashi gave a highly competent Kuchipudi recital in the Capital the other day.
Loving the enemy
"Kaafila", presented by Sparsh Natya Rang this past week at Shri Ram Centre, is remarkable for its pacifist message. DIWAN SINGH BAJELI
Exploring life, differently
This past week saw two `must-see' plays - Maya Rao's "Heads Are Meant For Walking Into" and Manish and Zulekha Chaudhari's "Siddhartha". ROMESH CHANDER
Uniting the veteran and the youngster
Even as Delhi Art Gallery puts up works dating as far back as 1900, art lovers get a peek into the works of the late Krishna Shamrao Kulkarni and three very young artists. GAYATRI SINHA
Two cities, two tales
This week New Delhi saw some works from artists who seldom get public accolades and the platform they deserve. RANA SIDDIQUI
And now Sania
SANIA MIRZA is MTV's new Ubharta Sitara. But the bigger news is MTV's ongoing process to pick the Icon of the Year. After selecting Anil Ambani in 2003 and Rahul Dravid last year, the channel has let open the platform to its young viewers to vote ...
Whiff of India
The Association Action Afrique Asie is organising Les Nuits De L'Inde - Nights of India - festival from May 13 to 21, 2005 in Marseille, South of France. This is the fourth year that the India Festival is being organised by them. In a ...
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