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Friday, March 03, 2006
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A doyen's doyen
The visit of American President George W. Bush to India may be creating waves across the country, though not everyone is prepared to play the gracious host. But this was one presidential visit anyone would envy. And one that took place without ...
Amisha Patel plays a mute girl in "Teesri Aankh" releasing this Friday.
Kavitta Vermma's debut film exposes the film world.
Melodies of repose
It was a treat to hear vocalist Veena Sahasrabuddhe perform in Delhi recently.
For body and soul
Musical stalwarts were in town this past week to enthral listeners.
The drum of many colours
In the ongoing series on accompanists, meet table exponent Rafi Uddin Sabri.
A medley of seasonal themes
As Shivaratri took centre-stage this past week, Delhi dancers warmed up to the delights of spring too.
A boost indeed for NSD
Tripurari Sharma's "Poshak" mounted this past week has come as a shot in the arm for the NSD Repertory that is on the road to recovering its past glory.
When the stage becomes a people's forum
The Urdu Drama Festival held this past week featured plays on the changing social fabric.
Colours of peace
Works of Tyagraj Soni at Arushi Arts are a nostalgic reminder of his father Mahinder Soni.
Tryst with mythic structures
Atul Dodiya uses a series of enactments and abstractions in his latest exhibition, "The Wet Sleeves of My Paper Robe" at Bodhi Art in New Delhi.
Homage to the nightingale
A festival to pay tribute to M.S. Subbulakshmi begins in New Delhi this Friday evening.
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