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`Straight cut to reality'
Cambodian director Rithy Panh stresses the importance of the documentary as a platform for discussion and discovery.
Interview

Rebirth in print
A reputed theatre journal is poised to make a comeback.
Art

At home with the classics
Vijayalakshmi paints scenes from the Indian classics with a rare passion.
Cinema

STARGAZING
Chiranjeevi's fans have many reasons to rejoice: recently, the megastar celebrated his birthday in a star-studded affair; and now he is doing a movie being produced by C. Aswini Dutt under Vyjayanthi banner. It is well known that Chiru is a ...
On Location

For NRIs to ponder
Besides the message, the film promises the right dose of music, romance and family entertainment.
Personality

Dream comes true for this Champion
Finally, Channel [v]'s Pepsi [v] TV Champion has been named ... and the winner is Raja Sharma. The Delhi boy wins an all-expense-paid two-week backpack trip to Europe with a friend. The nationwide search for the country's `Champion,' who ...


Santoor to fuse with jazz
The monsoon inspires all artistes, says Shiv Kumar Sharma who was in the city recently.
Fusion is confusion!
The versatile singer feels that any form of music should be simple and easily understood by the layman.
Music

Veritable treat to good music and dance
The performances of renowned artistes marked the grand finale of the five-day music and dance fete.
Monsoon melodies
The skilful rendition of ragas by both maestros was in keeping with the mood of the season.
Rooted in tradition
Ramamurthy's forte lay in his classical approach to his presentation.
Dance

Impressive performance
Urmila Satyanarayana danced her way into the audience hearts with her style and charm.
Perfect poise
Ajay Kumar's choreography and his talented troupe lent finesse to the performance.
Fine portrayal
The mythological play was staged in the `padyanatakam' genre, which is still popular in A.P.
Tribute to Lord of Kaanipakam
`Kaanipakam Vinayakam' highlighted the significance of the pilgrim centre.
Events

Remembering Meher
Tributes were paid to the poet, social reformer and teacher.
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