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Inspiring to dream
Poonam Bhagat (Taika) and Usha Bagri (Apusha) showcase their winter collection at Oorja for three days starting today.
The exhibition and sale of Neelima Lal's line at Indulge is a chance to refurbish your party wardrobe.
The ongoing art show by Rahim Mirza at the Daira Centre for Arts and Crafts gives a glimpse of the artist's sensitive and clever juxtaposing of colour, form and space.
HIRALAL KHIMJI just befits the expression `a born artist'. Without any formal training in any form of art, except in the Ikebana School of Japanese Flower Arrangement, in which he was perhaps the first man to acquire a diploma in Japan itself, ...
Poonam Bhagat's label `Taika' means magic, and she is endeavouring to create it in her ensembles which are marked by an understated elegance.
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The new velodrome at the Osmania University campus has come as a boon to upcoming cyclists to develop their speed and endurance. Two youngsters with tremendous potential are C. Sai Krishna and V. Ishwarya, writes ABHIJIT SEN GUPTA.
Gayle, Hinds, Sarwan and Samuels scripted the West Indies victory in the one-day series at Vijayawada with some amazing performances, writes V. V. SUBRAHMANYAM.
`Dust', a collaborative effort of noted choreographers Anita Ratnam and American Mark Taylor, based on the writing of Alexandra David Neel, will be premiered in India for the first time at Ravindra Bharati on November 30. This focuses on the kineti c and aesthetic potentials of mixing traditional Bharatanatyam and contemporary post-modern movement forms.
A celebration of crystal
Considering the growing number of crystal collectors in the city, Swarowski is organising a Crystal Fest at the showroom in Topaz Building, Punjagutta on November 29 and 30.
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