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Friday, February 03, 2006
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New guise for supercop
`Ravanan' has Kalabhavan Mani playing a cop again.
A style of his own
Balan Nambiar, recipient of the Fellowship of the Kerala Lalitakala Akademi, is at home in different media.
Honouring a master
Kavungal Chathunny Panicker has been bestowed the Padma Shri for his invaluable contributions to Kathakali.
Quite a success story
Scenarist T.A. Razack's characters and stories revolve around the family.
`Paduga Saigal Padoo' combines O.N.V. Kurup's lyrical lines and Umbayi's melody.
In euphonious harmony
All India Radio, Thrissur, paid musical oblation to Thyagaraja.
Traditionalist to the core
Music lovers of `Chitsabha' were treated to rare songs composed by Thyagaraja.
Tale of a mythical tribal warrior
`Kirathasoonu Charitham' was presented in a new format.
All about angst
`Theatre Therapy - the Memory Play' is a reflection of the trauma of modern man.
Glimpses of Nordic mythology
A one-hour presentation on Scandinavian mythology by Margareta Larson and Jan Erik Strom was an eye-opener for theatre buffs.
When talent reigned supreme
The State Higher Secondary School Youth Festival that was held at Thalassery provided a platform for scores of talented youngsters.
For sports buff
`Art of Sports' on Amrita TV is for the sports buff. The programme deals with the techniques, science and art of sports. Divided into four sections called `Strokes,' `Star,' `Museum' and `Movement,' the show is anchored by the former captain of ...
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