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The great Indian Railway bazaar
THE RENAISSANCE Artists and Writers Association (RAWA), the cultural wing of Anand Marga, has its distinct school of music Prabhat Samgiit. This form of music is meant to "herald the dawn of a new awakening'', and bring with it the promise ...
The recent Maruti Autocross Attack 2002 in Bangalore sent the adrenalin pumping with some spectacular power driving. Fans got a feel of the Rally of Australia's famed Langley Stage and thirsted for more.
HISTORY IS being made in Kannada cinema. A film is being re-shot after its release for the first time. V. Ravichandran has re-shot more than 20 scenes of his new film, "Yekangi" by working round-the-clock for 72 hours! Ravichandran says that he ...
Splitsville in Kollywood?
MAY BE CUPID'S getting old too. He's losing his grip faster these days. A look at the many break-ups in filmdom over the past few weeks makes us wonder where he is! First it was the Kamal-Sarika split, which rocked Kollywood. They said she'd ...
Bachchan bribes the cops?
HINDI CINEMA clichés rarely change... like lovers uniting, lost children being found, brothers sacrificing their love and so on. Vipul Shah is one director who follows the ground rules. Buzz has it that in his latest "Aankhen", he has shot two ...
Will not dance to Shankar's tunes?
SEEMS TO be the norm these days for Film Unions, Federations and Associations to be at loggerheads with each other. All because of the irresponsible behaviour of a few of its members. In one such incident, dance director Shankar reportedly ...
Gloomy and retrospective, that's classic Waters. In his much-awaited April 13 concert in Bangalore, he sang of a world in which relationships crumble and nervous breakdowns become inevitable.
On a `candywalk' to fame
SPORTING WEIRD hairdos, snazzy guitars, and an attitude to kill, a group of guys belt out some cover versions of tunes by musical legends Scorpions, Metallica, Pink Floyd and the rest This defines a typical college rock band in ...
Rajeshwari Chatterjee is the first woman engineer of Karnataka. Though several world bodies have recognised her contributions in the field science, the State has ignored them.
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