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The new argotnauts
As an artiste, what one ultimately aims for is spiritual evolution, says danseuse Sudharani Raghupathi.
It should have been the viola
By sheer chance, it fell upon the violin to be the accompanying instrument in Carnatic music. However, there is a strong case for the deeper toned viola.
ART's youth wing is staging a rollicking comedy this weekend.
Recognition arrived late for Malleswaran. But he is not complaining.The veteran sports administrator is the General Manager of the Indian contingent for the Commonwealth Games, which gets under way at Manchester today. Under Malleswaran's stewardsh ip, one expects a good show from them.
THE EVENTS in Gujarat made most Indians squirm and hang their heads in shame, but some decided to tackle the agony Gujarat had caused in a creative manner. One of these is Rohena Gera, who has roped in many Indian icons to make a series of 30 ...
Lining up for the Oscars
Hugh Grant has emerged as a strong candidate. The British star has never been nominated so far. But Hollywood buzz is that 2003 could be lucky for Hugh and Australian star Toni Collette who were together in the romantic Brit comedy About A Boy. ...
FOR A splash of colour indoors, it is Thumbergia Alata for you. This is a quick-growing flowering climber that winds around almost anything that gets in its way. Originally from Africa, at the moment naturalised in the tropics, ...
Who says one can only play with toys? Sutradhar has shown that handmade traditional Indian toys can be education tools. The organisation is holding an exhibition-cum-sale in the City this weekend to drive home the point.
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