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Friday, January 13, 2006
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Through the looking glass
No speaking up, this is democracy!
If politics is the last refuge of scoundrels, what are politicians doing in the hallowed precincts of arts and letters?
Theatre as a weapon
Visiting Nepali theatre director Sunil Pokharel speaks about the power of the medium to reflect the aspirations of the poor and the downtrodden.
Sugato Bhaduri's mandolin recital despite some tuneful passages, would have been better if the instrument had not been adapted beyond its nature.
Song of the heart, soul of a people
Bashir Dada's poetry and Waheed Jeelani's magical voice capture the essence of today's Kashmir
Many shades of creativity
The week just gone by witnessed outstanding dance performances from Uma Sharma and the redoubtable Rama Vaidyanathan, besides Harish Gangani's rhythmic flair.
Tribute to a doyen
An evening of music in memory of Prakash Wadhera
Embers from the East
The festival of award-winning Assamese films held recently in the Capital left viewers enriched and sensitised.
Hail the Republic!
Globalisation has affected our world in more ways than we realise. Not do we regularly buy products off the shelf that used to be available only through trips abroad or gifted by NRI relatives, a lot of the serials folks across the seven seas ...
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