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It's high time khadi caught up with market demands and gave other fabrics a run for their money.
Gurcharan Das, that unabashed votary of the market economy, came to the City with his book and sweeping generalisations.
Remixes no longer mean simply adding jhankar beats to old songs.
High-hurdler Harish Kushalappa caught the attentive eye of none other than the celebrated Roger Kingdom nearly five years ago. He is well on the course to turn that early promise into a major achievement.
Star of Mysore
MYSORE HAS a reputation for producing talented tennis players in State and national levels. Keeping this tradition alive is 12-year-old V. Poojashree, who did every Mysorean proud by representing India in the Nike Junior Tour International ...
Dom Moraes's recent book, Out of God's Oven, is an effort to look contemporary India in the eye, without brushing any dirt under the carpet. He spoke about his concerns for `a fractured land' during his visit to Bangalore.
Jazz riffs, violin flourishes
The Lakshminarayana Global Music Festival, on January 10 and 11, will feature violin maestro L. Subramaniam and jazz musicians Billy Cobham and Jean Luc Ponty.
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