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Finding peace after troubled exploration
Routes reverses the academic debate about how the West looks at India, and asks the question, 'How does India look at the West?' It translates stories from four south Indian languages, and one remarkable story explores deep classical music experience More
Time in the life of Vijay Raghav Rao
Flutist, choreographer, composer of innovative music for countless Films Division offerings, Pandit Vijay Raghav Rao is a versatile genius. An admirer paints his life in a series of word-images More
Festival of luminous music
Barsi, the first ever dhrupad festival in the south, brings that ancient style, named after the luminous evening star, to Bangalore More
Still wanna hold their hands
A steadfast fan replays The Beatles in her mind, and describes how the band had swept her, then an adolescent, tempestuously off her feet More
'Indifference breeds everywhere'
Is Remo getting unduly upset? And doesn't the incident throw up questions about the status of accompanying artistes? More
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'Brilliant doctorates don't make good people'
Three members of Remo Fernandes's band died in a road accident, a few hours after they had performed at IIT, Kanpur. The nightmare was compounded by what the Humma humma singer calls the acting director's hypocritical offer of condolences More
Lata for you on B4U
A new music channel gets Lata Mangeshkar on its board of advisors, and gives Channel V and MTV the shivers More
Who pays the piper?
No auspicious ceremony is complete without it, yet the great art of nagaswaram playing is slowly fading. An extensive study of how the masters live, and why their children are reluctant to continue their invaluable legacy More
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