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Monday, March 18, 2002
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OVER THE years, the concept of a "perfect house" has changed a lot. Choice of interior accessories and furniture has come to assume great importance. Gone are the days when just a cluster of chairs and sofas would fill up the drawing room. The ...
The earlier album of Vajpayee's poems, Nayi Disha, had music for two songs by ghazal singer-composer Jagjit Singh, and Samvedna, the latest ambitious, big-budget release by HMV, also has music by him. While Nayi Disha ...
The neighbouring Kanakapura town is familiar to all Bangaloreans. But few know of its original name, Kankanhalli, or its past. Read on to take a peek at the interesting history of this place.
City-based theatre group, Black Coffee, is all set to stage Martin Sherman's play, Bent.
Laughter all the way
Neil Simson's play, to be staged at Alliance Francaise later this week, takes a comic view of the state of the television industry and the rise of game shows. It is Artists Repertory Theatre's 20th anniversary offering to the City's theatre buffs.
It's time to break free from the tyranny of a tethered mouse and keyboard...
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