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Coming of age
As "Aashiq Banaya Aapne" and "Ramji Londonwaley" open this week, young directors Aaditya Datt and Sanjay Dayma give the first take.
Colours of greatness
Women vocalists held sway at the Sabrang Festival in New Delhi recently.
When old is gold
Muneer Khatoon Begum of Allahabad entertained a large gathering at the Hamdard University this past week with a programme of ghazals organised by its Archives and Research Centre. She is 75 but still retains traces of beauty. Born into a ...
The avatars of creativity
In a week featuring the Janamashtami festival, Krishna as a theme dominated the dance scene.
"Life Hi To Hai" tries to find out what life is all about.
The mental processes of art
What are the processes of cultural criticism engaged in by the artist? This line of thought is provoked by three exhibitions mounted in New Delhi this past week.
The all-encompassing circle of art
Art lovers can see `inspired works' at Habiart Gallery and Arpana Fine Arts
Etched in memory
Revisualising India is a show that aims to make the public aware of the country's visual art heritage.
The chosen one
Meet Priyanka Shah, the Channel V's "Get Gorgeous 2" winner.
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