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`Where we get dignity'
SOMEWHERE NEAR a bustling marketplace in downtown Thripunithra, hidden between a lacklustre photostat shop and a couple of dull provision stores, Mahatma Art Gallery is not as pretentious as it sounds. Titled Pratheeksha, the gallery is the art ...
THE KERALA Fine Arts Hall, Kochi, will be the first stop for the Centre for the Arts, National University of Singapore (NUS), now on their maiden full-fledged tour. Earlier on student groups from the university travelled alone for various ...
Third diary of `CBI'
IT DOESN'T happen so, all the time. But they have done it earlier, in style. It was some 15 years back, when a conventionally dressed, soft spoken gentleman and his team walked away with appreciation, applause and more importantly, box office ...
United in fate
MUSIC, FOR this family may be a solace in the midst of melancholy and life's unending worries. It might, at least for sometime, help to rear and revive the languishing souls. But this dream does not go beyond those few hours. For Thankamma and ...
Striking the perfect balance
WHEN THE programme fixture for Carnatic music for the recently concluded Vrischikotsavam at the Sree Poornathrayeesa Temple came out music buffs in general were sceptical about its effectiveness. This was because of the absence of heavyweights ...
A brief score
After a flash of promise in the Seventies, singer Sreekanth faded into oblivion.
Back here to stay
Vedic Chant is back in a mature avatar
The star still shines
Former Olympian Shiny Wilson was the sole representative from South Asia at the UNICEF panel meet held in Los Angeles. Her experiences...
Fruits in your bread
Breads turn exotic with a fruity flavour
Firing up latent skills
THE FAMILIAR host of Cadbury's Bournvita Quiz Contest Derek O Brien was in the city recently, this time, a disappointed man. "What is it about the average Malayali mentality that cannot see beyond mere academic scores?" quizzes the country's ...
Slick execution of a familiar theme
KARAN JOHAR, the wunderkind from Bollywood is back to amaze you with his magic pen. The fact that he has not wielded the megaphone for his latest production `Kal Ho Naa Ho' (KHNH) does not make the film any less his. It may be an injustice to ...
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