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Interview

An actress as an activist
ONE FELT sorry for her. She had been laid up in bed for the past three weeks with jaundice. This, one's new favourite, vivacious Bollywood heroine. Bold, bubbly and articulate. A woman with a thinking head, and a generous heart. Too much of ...
Now Gita Govinda on DD
SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY speaks to Odissi dancer Ranjana Gauhar about "Gita Govinda," her new show based on Jaidev's masterpiece, soon to be aired on Doordarshan Bharati.
Music

Music forever
Inheritor of a rare music legacy, Somjit Das Gupta is going places.
The feat of the crowd pullers
The cup of joy of Carnatic music enthusiasts was full as three of the most popular reigning vocalists revved up the proceedings at the Thyagaraja Music & Dance Festival that concluded in the Capital recently, says VENKATESAN SRIKANTH.
Past continuous
Who says Dhrupad is dying? It celebrated its purest form with all grace at Varanasi this past week. GAUTAM CHATTERJEE gives an outline.
Dance

The choreography graph
Impresario India's recently concluded Festival of New Choreography brought into focus questions of definitions and concepts in the Indian classical dances, says ANJANA RAJAN.
Dance for a cause
ARE YOU planning to party tonight? Be sure that you don't drink while you drive. You are not only risking your life but also that of others. Prince Singhal the man behind the campaign against drunken driving and the Mocktail Movement produced and ...
Theatre

Life in question...
Balraj Pandit's play "Paanchwan Sawaar" staged in New Delhi defies the three unities of time, place and action, says DIWAN SINGH BAJELI.
Arts & Crafts

On canvas... the sooty side of the city
There is a feast for artlovers of the Capital this week. GAYATRI SINHA relishes the fare on offer.
The teachers say it all
For the first time Delhi saw an exhibition of art works by the teachers of South Delhi Polytechnic for Women. RANA SIDDIQUI reports.

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