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Friday, April 20, 2007
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Never the twain shall meet?
Lost and found treasure
Annamacharya project aims to research, record and propagate the saint's work.
A family entertainer
`Adavari Matalaku Ardhale Verule' focuses on women's sensibility.
`I need challenges as an actor'
Rajendra Prasad is set to storm the screen in MTV Shashank Ghosh's `Quick Gun Murugan'.
An expressive concert
Venkatakrishna's `kriti' rendition was expressive.
Power of imagination
Kamala Ramani proved that she's truly an erudite vocalist.
The befitting tribute to Dhauli Hills came through an exciting Kathak ballet `Mahamanav Buddha'.
Engaging Kuchipudi recital
Susarla Santoshi Srividya executed intricacies in her presentations.
Love beyond borders
`Sarihaddu' depicts the love of a mother effectively.
Tickling your funny bone
A satirical look at how hours are frittered away at work place.
A delightful evening of `Rama Sankeerthanas.'
A matter of pride and joy
The Akashvani Audition Board last week awarded top grade to M. Srinivasa Narasimha Murty (violin vidwan), V.V. Ramana Murty (staff artiste of AIR, Visakhapatnam) and G. Durga Rao (asthana vidwan of Simhachala Devasthanam). It was a matter of ...
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