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ZAKIR HUSSAIN AND SELVA GANESH ON MUSIC AND MORE
Who was VERMEER?
THAT IS a question that is not easily answered. For, apart from his birth, marriage and death certificates and a small corpus of paintings (36), there is practically nothing known of this Dutch master who is now spoken of as being as great or ...
Games at work
Waleed Salahuddin has discovered that screaming kids in front of rapid-fire PC games in a manic cyber café is actually big, big business if you can work it right
Babes in the woods
Today's city kids are hardly aware that they live on a biosphere
Dia Mirza sure has many box office disasters to her credit. But the beauty from Hyderabad isn't one to lose hope easily
AH! THOSE days in college. One the most important events in a college students' life has to be the initiation into rock. And The Best College Classics Album In The World 4 surely brings back that experience. Keeping the tradition ...
Letting others fly
A bass guitarist isn't centrestage in an ensemble. But he builds the foundation for the other musicians to take off, says Nicolas Fiszman
Notes from another shore
The music and dance of the Sidi community are as fascinating as the story of its origin and migration
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