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The mudra way to health
This is a comedy show in which you can phone up hostess Suby and ask her to telecast comedy scenes from films of your choice. It's produced by K V Sasikumar and George Thomas. Nammal Thammil (Saturday, 8 pm) Is there a sand mafia in ...
THE CITY'S Durbar Hall Art Centre is agog with activity. There are three exhibitions on concurrently, with a few more in the pipeline. One of them belongs to Unni Shankar, a reputed artist of the State, who last showcased his collection at ...
Only a spiritual recourse can help mankind through the maze of modern times, says Professor. V. Vaidyalinga Sarma. RAMYA RAMANAN meets this man of God for whom spirituality is a way of life.
A group of folk singers rendered songs from the desert land of Rajasthan in Kochi recently. NIRMALA ARAVIND relives the special ambience created by their songs, unique musical instruments and costumes.
In Ramani's footsteps
SHANKAR KRISHNAN, a marketing executive of Karvy Consultants at Kochi, makes it a point to visit Chennai once every month, not to market the financial products and services of his company, but to hone his skills in flute recital under the ...
Generation Next on stage
THOUGH THIAGARAJA emphasies the importance of absolute music through his Sreeranjini composition (Soga Suga), the instrument, tambura, an ingredient for chaste music, has been fast disappearing from the Carnatic music screen. Its absence has been ...
Chords & Notes
The magic of G.Devarajan's music never seems to fade. The ten romantic songs in this album are testimony of his genius. Age has not diminished the quality of his tunes. There is one song in this album beginning `Thamarapookalum... ' which was ...
IF YOU yearn for the best from grandma's kitchen, then, The Hotplate, a multi-cuisine restaurant at the Avenue Center, is presently holding a `Naadan Ruchi mela', which has true `naadan' recipes like rabbit roast, kakka irachi ulathiyatu, ...
IT WAS one big joyride all the way, especially for the cheering squads who screamed their lungs out. Obviously, the rain that drenched the city couldn't dent the enthusiasm of the teenage crowd at Chaitanya2002, the youth fest held at Chinmaya ...
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