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Display Your Talent: Saharsh of IMFA declared first in Classical Vocal
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Display Your Talent: Saharsh of IMFA declared first in Classic...

STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: After dominating two days events, students of Institute of Music and Fine Arts (IMFA) continued to display their artistic skills and won four titles on the third day of ongoing Display Your Talent 2017-18 event organised by the ... State Times, 4 weeks ago

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Fine films, fabulous discoveries at MAMI

The movies that impressed, puzzled and stunned Sukanya Verma at MAMI this year. You know it's time for the annual Mumbai Film Festival when the city's cinephile population flocks to theatres in towns and suburbs, stands in long queues, survives on samosa, sets the alarm for 7 am to pre-register, memorises a complex schedule and dedicates seven days to eat, drink and breathe the best of world cinema and Indian filmmaking. A vibrant atmosphere of energy and enthusiasm envelops its 19th edition ...
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Review: Shubh Mangal Saavdhan is a winner all the way!

'With its fine zingers and feisty acknowledgement, Shubh Mangal Saavdhan does more for sex, both noun and verb, than any Hindi film can claim to in a long, long time,' notes Sukanya Verma. Is it the clamour of DDA flats? Is it the Tiger balm bottle poking his butt? Is it the onion kulcha he ate for lunch? Not the foreplay Mudit (Ayushmann Khurrana) hoped for after he plants a hurried, awkward kiss on fiancée Sugandha's (Bhumi Pednekar) eager, excited lips. But with his all-important ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

BJP has fine-tuned the art of horse-trading Congress

K. T. S. Tulsi, a senior advocate and Rajya Sabha member, said that the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government has become masters in the art of horse-trading.
 DNA2 months ago

Jeffrey Tambor to be honoured at Israel Film Festival

Actor Jeffrey Tambor will be honoured with the 2017 IFF Achievement in Television Award at the 31st Israel Film Festival.The actor will receive the award on the opening night of the film festival, which will be held on November 5 at the Steve Tisch Cinema ...
 Business Standard1 day ago
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Watch: Kangana trains for sword fights

Kangana Ranaut will be playing Rani Laxmibai in Manikarnika: The Queen Of Jhansi, and she's practising hard! Kangana Ranaut is working really hard for her new film Manikarnika: The Queen Of Jhansi.  The film will have war scenes and she probably doesn't want another injury. So she's busy finetuning the art of sword-fighting. In this video, it looks like she's doing a fine job. The film has been directed by Krish and written by Baahubali writer K V Vijayendra Prasad.   ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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The Cremona Quartet: Carrying forward the legacy of Stradivari

Cremona is a city with a rich and storied musical tradition. Home to the greatest luthiers (violin makers) ever – from the Amatis to Guarneri and, of course, Stradivari – the city's proud musical legacy carries on even today . So, when you hear a ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago

In the cradle of Horology

Sudeshna Banerjee City: Glashutte Luxury watchmaker A. Lange & Söhne has the longest tradition in Glashütte, and the largest revenue, owing to high net worth of its watches When German Emperor of Kaiser Wilhelm II gifted an exquisite pocket watch to Sultan ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago
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Goa dreams: Why HNIs are moving into beach paradise

With organic kitchen gardens, Goa’s luxury holiday homes are raising the bar. The ease of reaching the destination, the mix of party culture and quietude are some of the reasons why individuals are increasingly investing in Goa. IMAGE: Vianaar bungalows come with large rooms, bespoke furnishings, jacuzzis and offer expansive views of the natural surroundings. Photograph: Courtesy: www.vianaar.com. Pankhuri Harikrishnan, the CEO of Fetch Consulting, a communications and brand consulting ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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The daughter of a 'monied' father

Keya Sarkar outlines some of the challenges faced by a low-income father determined to educate his daughter.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com The good thing about being in a small town is that you hardly need to go to the market for purchasing vegetables, fruit, bread or fish. Almost all the vendors come to your door. And since no one is in a tearing hurry, unlike in a city, much talk is exchanged over transactions. How are people at home? Were the rains enough this year? Is the Bharatiya ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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