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TOP TEN BOOKS OF THE WEEK
Desi Jeevana Paddhati by Prasanna, Ontidani Prakashana, Honnesara, Rs. 130 Mysoora Mallige by K.S. Narasimhaswamy, Standard Book Company, Rs. 30 Idu Namma Karnataka, edited by Ra. Nam. Chandrasekhar, Navakarnataka ...
Knot now, darling
The buzz is that wedding bells are ringing for Aishwarya Rai and Abhishek Bachchan. Not to forget history, is it one of those false alarms?
Sachin makes his Kannada debut
The 70s actor, Sachin, who is now a big time TV anchor is making his first Kannada film Ekadanta starring Vishnuvardhan, Ramesh Aravind and Prema. This comedy film, Saale Nagade (meaning Chalo Na Dear) is based on the Marathi ...
A Kannada offering
"I have made up mind to produce a film in my mother tongue," disclosed Prakash Rai (Prakash Raj to Telugu and Tamil) to his media friends in Bangalore, at the Guru Vandana programme for K. Balachander. Superstar Rajnikanth, Kamal Hassan were ...
Deepika Padukone has chosen to do a Kannada film. It's all hush-hush, but she is apparently getting a fat cheque for this. Producer of 25 films N. Kumar is jointly producing this film with Dr. Ramanjaneyalu. Upendra and Daisy Boppanna are the ...
It rained jasmines
Some 500 kgs of jasmine flower was used up for one of the eight folk songs in the film Sevanthi Sevanthiby director S. Narayan. The song "Chellidaro Malligeya" was shot in the surroundings of Chamundi Hills. About 30 tanks of water was pressed ...
A healthy prognosis for jazz
Despite the name, Rhythmic Prophecies' music is about more than just rhythm. True, percussion was very strong in the jazz this quartet from the USA, all in their twenties, presented on Sunday February 12 at the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan auditorium. ...
An evening of music and words
Roberta Swedien's piano recital moved easily from understatement to eloquence
Route maps for lost lovers
Kubilai Khan Investigations, one of Europe's premier contemporary dance companies, explores music, dance, visual arts, lighting and even the circus
Maulana Azad offers a view of history missing in most official narratives of the Freedom Movement
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