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Friday, February 10, 2006
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Democracy's safety valve
M.K. Raina feels only that theatre merits the name that takes a stand.
A glimmer of hope
Kathakali maestro Guru Sadanam Balakrishnan says all is not lost for the demanding art.
Getting it straight
As Rajat Kapoor's "Mixed Doubles" releases this Friday, he wants people to watch it for fun rather than sleaze.
Reality and beyond
Even after giving us several great movies, Padma Vibhushan Adoor Gopalakrishnan says he still doesn't know which way he will evolve.
Carnatic vocalist Kiranavali Vidyashanker's performance in New Delhi reinstates hope in young classical singers.
The long and short of rhythmic brevity...
Arnab Chakravorty in his sarod recital was guilty of stretching ragas a shade too often, too long.
No vision of the invisible minority
"No Exit" failed to open a window to the real world of people on the fringes of our society.
The timeless wisdom of a donkey's tale
The "Donkey" is back and how! Read on to know about "Gadhe Ki Wapsi", full of humour and subtle barbs on society.
Crafting an identity
Craft takes on fashionable hues in New Delhi.
For some time now, people passing by Travancore Palace on Kasturba Gandhi Marg in New Delhi have seen a banner announcing the presence of Travancore Art Gallery in the hub of the city. A few months ago, they didn't know if at all such a palatial ...
Of materiality and mimicry
If Subodh Gupta's works rest on steely materiality, Surendran Nair's solo offers an alternative visual strategy for commentary.
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