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Youngistan on a song
Murder she wrote
Mumaith Khan stars in a whodunit in Ramesh Raja’s ‘Target’.
When passion became profession
Bangladeshi writer Anisul Haque talks about his initial days and the publication scenario in his country.
Contented and happy
Kalyan Ram shows no signs of nervousness on the eve of the release of ‘Hey Ram’.
Resurrecting a polymath
He wrote poems, taught dance, practiced law, did medical research and broke social taboos.
The five-day festival saw renditions of high professional standards.
A big, grand treat
The nine-day Guru Aradhana festival witnessed various artistes giving their best.
Young Anil Chitrapu’s rendition was appreciated.
Displaying her Manodharma
Mahalakshmi modulated her voice according to the ‘sahitya’.
Reliving the dramatic epics through ‘rasas’
Three dancers bring alive episodes from epics.
In Bapu’s words
Ilayaraja brings alive Gandhiji’s last bhajan.
Thyagaraja Day celebrated
Thyagaraja Day was celebrated on Monday last. P.V.S. Sesha Sastri (former principal of Government College of Music and Dance, Hyderabad) recited some of the saint-composer’s compositions. Getting off to a vivacious start with ...
Narayana Tirtha jayanti
The 333rd jayanti of Sri Narayana Tirtha was celebrated at his birth place, Kaza in Guntur.
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