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Ninety and spunky
Biju Madathikunnel is not among the art-for-art's-sake theorists. This artist, who will soon be ordained a priest, will give away the proceeds of his show to help poor students in a City school.
The Sri Tirunarayana Trust has been giving expression to the ideals of the late Tirunarayana Iyengar, the scholar who loved to share everything he knew about Indian philosophy.
At 82, when most of us grumble about our aches and pains, T. Ananda Rao prefers to talk about his beloved orchids.
High on the way
Nandita Das refuses to be slotted. More excited by the journey rather than the goal, the actress of Fire fame picks roles that inspire her and has no regrets about those she has ignored.
Mahalakshmi's trained voice and Instant Karma's synthesiser-dominated music score together make a winning formula.
Meera Chakravarthi is one of the few professionally qualified persons in the country in the new field of sports management. The US-trained Meera, a former national triathlon champion, takes a hard look at the way sports is managed in the country and calls for change in attitude.
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