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Monday, August 19, 2002
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As Baba beckons...
SHE IS a descendant of one of Saint Tyagaraja's disciple and music is in her genes. Revathy Krishna, who plays the veena, has made a name for herself in the Carnatic arena. Now, she has been invited by the Asian Pacific Cultural Festival ...
SRINIDHI RAGHAVAN, who has recently completed her schooling from the American School in London, has been given the ECIS award for international understanding. This award is given to a senior who is a good representative of his/her own country, ...
HONOUR AND protection for a sister mark Raksha Bandhan, an ancient Rajput Kshatriya tradition. Shimmering rakhis, handcrafted by sisters symbolises the well-being of brothers. The story of Rani Karnavati of Mewar, a Rajput princess who sent a ...
``Champagne On The House," the latest Masquerade production, staged recently at the Park Sheraton, was a farce all the way. A review of the play.
It was an evening where Indian classical melded beautifully with Western jazz, when violinists L. Shankar and Gingger enthralled music aficionados.
Sushi, miso soup, green tea cake... savour the unique taste of Japanese cuisine at the Teppanyaki at the Cilantro, Le Royal Meridien.
IT'S A TIME for celebration in God's own country. The people of Kerala remember Lord Mahabali during Onam and accord him a symbolic welcome with flowers and a sumptuous feast. The festive spirit has caught on in cosmopolitan Chennai too, with ...
Colours of the Country, an exhibition of couture, captures the magic of the Tri-colour.
It was time to test the grey cells at the annual edition of the Landmark Quiz, which was held at the Music Academy this past week.
From a poet's perspective
Vivek Narayanan's collection of poems, "Reasons For Belonging", looks at the tragic and comic side of life. He recently read out some of his poems at a session organised by the Prakriti Foundation.
For women entrepreneurs
THE FICCI Ladies Organisation (FLO), the ladies wing of the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry, is an apex body for Indian businesswomen. Besides undertaking several business oriented activities for women through ...
INTERVENTIONS, PRESENTED by the Culture Cafe Writers Circle, aims to bring together those who mediate and intervene in the process of writing to ensure that the final product is presented in the most effective way possible. Does such mediation ...
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