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Wednesday, December 18, 2002
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Traffic sense... a rarity?
Big business may have shifted out... but the banks are still very much here. Bankers' Row, First Line Beach, is, however, not quite the impressive skyline it once was when the splendour of Indo-Saracenic architecture created a veritable gallery.
For Jayachitra, who has completed 200 films, life has revolved round the arc lights ever since she was in school. Recently awarded by the Indian Television Academy, the actress-director-producer takes a pleasant trip down memory lane...
Keeping a tradition alive
For C.S.M.Subramanyam, an employee with the Southern Railways, namasankirtanam is a form of worship. He is performing at the Ananthapadmanabhaswami temple, Adyar, on December 21.
Of costume, light and make-up...
D.S.Aiyyelu, Sethu Madhavan and Gopi have been silently working for decades to enhance the look of performers on stage. This year, Bharat Kalachar will honour these three back-stage artists for their specialised talent.
The Christmas album of the Gatt Quintet, with some popular songs, will be launched at the Gatt Christmas concert on December 19 at the Chinmaya Heritage Hall in the city.
The works of five artists, on show at Vinyasa Art Gallery, reflect their individual styles. On till December 31.
Compelling images of violence
The anger and despondency of a young generation are evident in "Attacks on right-wing violence", a poster exhibition at the Lalit Kala Akademi, which concludes today.
Telling a tale to music
"Future Perfect", which is to take place this evening at the Smt. Sivagami Pethachi Auditorium, is a skilful presentation of music and the spoken word.
Each item on display at the Kala Raksha exhibition-cum-sale at the DBS Galleria, compels attention. On today and tomorrow.
Concern for the intellectual
The President of India, Dr. A.P.J.Abdul Kalam, recently inaugurated the silver jubilee celebrations of the Anna University which saw the launch of "Knowledge Connectivity with Engineering Colleges" and "Tele-Medicine Facility Programme".
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