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Friday, July 04, 2008
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The South Star
A peep into the world of Adoor Gopalakrishnan.
News, views and stews
Ashish Khokar on being a cultural commentator.
Bridging the gap
Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury talks about his debut film “Anuranan” which bagged this year’s National Award for the best Bengali film.
The new Khan!
Imran Khan appears confident before the release of the much publicised “Jaane Tu…Ya Jaane Na”.
Some enticing variety
Patna denizens got more than a whiff of Hindustani music at two recitals in the city recently. A report.
Sudha Mathur’s concert of rare ragas was a big draw, while Shubho Chakravarti showed Delhiites he is a sitar player to watch out for.
Debuts with distinction
The India Habitat Centre in New Delhi played host to some memorable performances as lesser-known dancers stamped their class.
The rule of children
Punjabi Academy’s children’s plays addressed contemporary issues with honesty and intelligence.
The scourge of racism
“The Indian Wants the Bronx” highlights the plight of a hapless Indian who loses his way in New York.
The final ascent
Ammannur Madhava Chakyar was the last of the triad of Koodiyattam.
To art’s credit
Are online auctions a fresh opportunity for art lovers?
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