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Greater than any hero
Meticulous learner, dedicated guru
It was her mother's dream and Savithri Satyamurthy fulfilled it by mastering the violin and passing on the tradition to three generations of students.
Venue with a great past
The Gokhale Hall has been witness to the speeches of great leaders and concerts of yesteryear musicians. But right now a question mark hangs over the building.
Meet Shah Rukh contest
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to meet the Badshaah of Bollywood in person? Well, here is an irresistible offer like never before, presenting an opportunity for Vijay TV viewers to meet Shah Rukh Khan in person. Tune in to ...
In the city
Mirroring political scene
Among political films, `Black Friday' stands apart.
Riding the comics bandwagon
Latest in the genre, `Ghost Rider' is releasing today across the country.
Beware! Big Brother's watching! -- Pachchai Kili Muthu Charam
Storyline: The hero is drawn into a whirlpool of problems only because he almost allows another woman into his life.
Bottomline: Bewildering suspense in a family format!
Less violent and more thrilling than the innumerable films you come ...
A re-launch with `Lee' -- Lee
Storyline: A capable football team and its coach bite the dust - corruption is the cause.
Bottomline: Much effort has gone into this game.
Every frame of `Leeladharan alias Lee' (U) reiterates hero Sibi's urge to make the most of the ...
Just after a downpour
Thoovaanam, a love tale, captures subtle moments and moods.
Nurturing a great heritage
The choice of both ragas and kritis was unusual in the concert of Kondavil Panchmurthi and Kumaresh.
In her bearing and style Aruna reminds one of MDR.
Soft, captivating tunes
The talented siblings, Amaan Ali Khan and Ayaan Ali Khan are the sons and disciples of the redoubtable sarod exponent Amjad Ali Khan, who has perhaps redefined the art of sarod playing with his remarkable, conscious efforts to break fresh ground. ...
Aishwarya performed with focus and Neeraja oozed confidence.
With an eye for talent
It was with missionary zeal that the late S.V.Krishnan encouraged young musicians.
Over 300,000 people congregated at Isha Yoga Center at the foothills of Velliangiri on Sivaratri. Devotees turned up in droves from across the country and from the U.S., Germany, Lebanon and Singapore and the Isha Center came alive with ...
Give and take in music and life
The Banyan's Basant Utsav '07 had a purpose behind the multi-cultural fiesta of music and dance.
Rich culture showcased
Talented children presented colourful events on the anniversary day.
Trichur Ramachandran was in fine form and the performance he rendered for Amirthavarshini Sangeetha Sabha, at Veda Bhavan Auditorium, Ranipet, recently, was one that will be remembered for long. Ramachandran maintains his GNB pani, especially ...
When the night came alive
On Mahasivaratri, a group of culturally inclined people undertakes yatra of Siva temples.
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