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Friday, September 17, 2010
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Pulse of the people
Idan Cohen, Israel-based choreographer, throws light on his production of “Swan Lake”, to be presented in Delhi this coming Monday.
Dr. Kotnis Ki Amar Kahani (1946)
V Shantaram, Jayashree, Keshavrao Date, Pratima Devi, Baburao Pendharkar Dewan Sharar
CD/CASSETTE NEW RELEASES
G oldfrapp have released their fifth studio album. The British electro-pop duo who have been around for a little over a decade have given us all the beat, pop, synth and electronica that have eluded us in an age of Marling, Mumford and Lilly ...
The talented Bengali actress, Rituparna Sengupta, known for her roles in offbeat films, is much more than just an actress. A trained Manipuri and Odissi dancer who has a dance troupe, she also has a media house, works in both Bengali and Hindi ...
Swimming against the tide
In the series on interesting cyber talks, swimmer Lewis Pugh of North Pole fame, says a strong mind can accomplish virtually anything.
In a new cask
“Dr. Bezbaruah”, a legendary Assamese movie made over 40 years ago, is being remade in Hindi by director Anshuman Barua.
Concerts organised for Vinayaka Chaturthi provided a fine occasion but poor infrastructure for Carnatic vocalists, who gamely made the most of it.
Reaching for the skies
While Jayalakshmi Eshwar revealed her love for the skies in her Bharatanatyam recital, Geeta Mahalik's Odissi was an audience charmer.
The road to goodness
Bertolt Brecht's “The Good Woman of Schezwan” effectively blooms as Ramkali on Indian stage.
Of bits and pieces
Mohan Rakesh's “Adhe Adhure” is approached through a new lens by Rajesh Babbar.
Hands of clay, thoughts of joy
Senior ceramic artist P.R. Daroz continues to explore the world of clay.
Tribute to a mentor
Dancers will commemorate Narendra Sharma's birth anniversary this Tuesday.
A positive noise
Artistes to drum up support for the Millennium Development Goals at Purana Qila.
Song of the spirit
Like the protagonist of his solo play on Swami Vivekananda, singer-actor Shekhar Sen won the hearts of one and all.
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