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Wednesday, December 11, 2002
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Caught in a musical circle
Annapoorna Sitaram's versatility as an artist is reflected in the ease with which she moves from one medium to the other. Her latest effort - `Shadows', an exhibition of computer graphics, is on at Daira, Centre for Arts and Culture.
After the success of "Dweepa", Soundarya shifted her focus to serious cinema and is involved in some interesting projects.
From voicing concern over the rising incidents of violence exhibited by American children to extolling Indian children as well behaved and nice, senior editor of `Highlights for Children' Dr. Christine San Jose identified early learning lessons, as t he chief cause amongst others.
Meet the band that makes mind-blowing music and goes by the name of `Parikrama'.
The 'Blue' boys are back
Mature lyrics combined with some rap and pop... that's Blue, the boy band for you. The band's new album `One Love' has just hit the racks.
Presenting an exotic haul from fresh water and seas is the exclusive seafood restaurant in town.
The ongoing Awadhi food festival at Promenade in Aditya Park Inn reminds one of the Nawabi era of `adab', `shauq' and `tehzeeb.'
Visiting colleges and the popular hang out hubs in town, students of NIEM reached out to their peers at the World AIDS Day Awareness programme recently.
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