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At the centre stage
A pioneer of modern theatre, Habib Tanvir integrated contemporary theatre with the traditional. His ingenuity was at display during the ASF meet in the city recently. SUMANASPATI caught up with the living legend of Indian theatre.
Lifestyle
Vibrant weaves
Offering a wide option of salwar kameez material sourced from weavers across the country, `Cotton India' is a fair option for semi-formal and formal wear.
Personality
One of their kind
Sharon Prabhakar and Ruby Bhatia are back in limelight to display their exuberating expertise in their respective fields.
Music
Music sans barriers
Bringing in a wave of music without boundaries that tugs at the heartstrings, Mrigya - the world music band was in town recently. They talk about their music and philosophy behind the notes.


A slice of world music
From qawalis to Vedic chants, it was world music at its best by the Delhi-based band, Mrigya, at the Dublin, ITC Grand Kakatiya Sheraton.
Chords & Notes
WITH O sari nee cheyye thaaki already on top of the charts, the music for this `typical Ravi Teja' movie is all set to dominate the musical minds for the next few weeks. And it is S.P. Balasubrahmanyam and Chitra who do the honours for ...
Cuisine
For the health-conscious
Here are a few low-calorie recipes for those who want to eat light and nutritious food.
Shopping
An Oriya odyssey
The distinctive artistic skill of the Oriya artisan is reflected in every piece at the ongoing Orissa handloom expo at Y.M.C.A, Secunderabad.
Insite
Finding your way through the `mobile' maze
Confused by a fortnight of high-tech hype about mobile phone options? If you want to make sense of the confusing scenario, read on!
Entertainment
Providing a political platform
AT THE end of watching this movie you realise that the villain of this story is not a match for the valiant hero but a petty private secretary of the Chief Minister, played by Pridhvi who's a thorn in the flesh. You will also understand that ...
Seen this, seen that... all the same
And makes one wonder if it has been made keeping popcorn economics under consideration! As you see this slow moving, often meandering film with many a listless song, there is plenty of opportunity to pamper your taste buds. And chew corn, a ...

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