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The art of management
People could watch art come alive at the art camp organised by the State Bank of India. Works of 16 artists, who participated in this camp, will be displayed at the different branches of the bank. RADHIKA RAJAMANI reports.
Julius Reubke, a retired German scientist, has multi-faceted interests. A well-read `Indologist' he has translated the `Bhagavad Gita' though he has not published the manuscript. He is associated with the Waldorf Schools and is now deeply interested in the tribals of India.
The comeback of a captain
Sourav Ganguly believed in himself and his team mates. The result, amazing recovery after the `Aussie maul' and a winning spree thereafter. For the gutsy captain now, nothing is an impossible task.
The recent Tatva exhibition offered a variety in the kurta lengths teamed with the detailed salwar in cotton, crepes, chiffon, Bhagalpuri, Kota and other fabrics for the summer soirees, luncheon meets and office wear.
The recent reading of modern African verses during a meeting of the Poetry Society, Hyderabad by the `Little Theatre' group, came off well, despite some hiccups.
Calling all jaded faded mandarins of the techno world. Explore the magic of another universe - of fairytales and fables. These are some of the resources to the wonderful and mysterious world of myth and legend.
Listening to cricket commentary those days was a pleasure what with the voices of experts such as Bobby Talyarkhan, Ananda Rau and Pearson Surita capturing the magic of the game over AIR. But now TV has changed the very concept giving preference to s tar players and even glamorous models.
The Sohan shop has been around since 1967 in Hyderabad. Dealing in unique collections of handloom products and handicrafts, the quaint old shop will most certainly urge anyone into a second coming and more, should you step inside.
The handlooms and handicrafts of West Bengal are being showcased on a small level at S.S. Chamber, Ameerpet Cross Road till the end of the month.
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