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Friday, January 13, 2006
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Emperor's earthy dreams
Top Ten Books of the Week
Peruvina Pavitra Kaniveyalli by Nemichandra, Navakarnataka Prakashana, Rs. 110 Udara Charitar Udatta Prasangagalu by Dr.T.V. Venkatachala Shastry, V.C. Sampada, Rs. 100 Durgastamana by Ta.Ra. Su., ...
Old wine in new bottle?
Bollywood will play it safe in 2006 by remaking old hits
The struggle goes on
After the initial hullabaloo, nothing has changed much for the tsunami affected
Keeping pace with tradition
Ustad Shabbeer Khan carries in his style and presentation a great deal of his father, the legendary tabliya, Shaik Dawood. The maestro humbly admits that his father is his ultimate role model
Lead, kindly note
Pandit Vinayak Torvi was fortunate to be trained by some of the finest musicians of the State. He holds on to each of those musical memories with great reverence
Bharath Rang Mahotsav, being held outside Delhi for the first time, has given Bangalore theatre lovers every cause to celebrate. The fortnight-long festival got off to a flying start with the Beijing Opera, which introduced Bangaloreans to the ...
Gubbi Veeranna theatre festival
The Gubbi Veeranna All-India Theatre Festival that is on in the city will see a series of plays at the J.S.S. Auditorium, Jayanagar 7th Block, from January 13 to 18. A seminar has also been organised on January 14 and 15 at Nayana, Kannada ...
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