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Dude, where's my car?
Dean Devlin the man behind movies like Godzilla and Independence Day is busy solving the crime of the century. In his latest production, Who Killed the Electric Car? he delves into the mystery of the disappearance of the ...
Lights, camera, still!
An exhibition of stills by chitraloka.com has over 2000 pictures on display
A film Kalagnani, based on the life and teachings of Nostradamus of Karnataka, Sri Narayanappa - popularly known as Kaivara Thataiah - was released in a jam-packed Jhansi Playground at Chintamani on last Saturday. The union minister K. H. ...
Stark and opulent
The Italian classics were studies in simplicity and magnificence
Filmmaker Nagabharana's son Pannaga is making a short film in English on drag racing
Music in his veins
O.S. Thyagarajan had an immense musical tradition to live up to. The Dean of Annamalai University's Music Department looks back on the valuable experiences of his life
Pulav, pani puri and veena
Around five years ago, jazz pianist Robert Wright listened to the veena and fell in love with its sound
There is no swan song
An ageing body is no trap for a spirit that soars high above and beyond. Gangubai Hangal's recent concert was a perfect instance
A seasoned performance
It is always good to see young dancers making progress and refining their talent from one performance to the other. Tall, well-built and dedicated Deepa Srinath, a ward of Guru Radha Sridhar of Sri Venkatesha Natya Mandira is one such dancer who ...
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