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Tickle the ivories

In a recently held seminar at the All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) in Delhi, for the first time ever, a discussion was organised on music therapy for practising medical personnel and students as well to give an insight into the ... Millennium Post, 1 day ago
The Week

Mango mystique

The year was 1978. Nawab Jafar Mir Abdullah of the royal family of Lucknow was entertaining a few British guests at his palace when one of them made an unusual request. He told the nawab that another guest, a nurse from Morocco, had never plucked a ...
 The Week6 days ago

Your ultimate party guide

By Stella Nassuna BEEN looking for where to be all weekend and week long? Would you so much love to be humoured, or entertained with live musical performances from solo artists, or bands? It could be that you are looking to entertain self with ...
 New Vision1 week ago

Camp in the desert

Camp in the desert Saturday, 18 April 2015 | Karan Bhardwaj The Jodhpur Gypsy and Flamenco Festival was a rare treat featuring interesting collaborations. Karan Bhardwaj attended it and found out how Spanish dancers are making hay If ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago
New Indian Express

Mani Ratnam Gets AR Rahman's Best

Kaara Aattakkaara that opens the soundtrack is a good preview of the kind of sound that ARR has tried for Mani Ratnam in OK Kanmani. The lovely hook that the song begins with (which featured in the teaser too) turns out to be the occasional melodic ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago

Health awareness: By Nagpur, for Nagpur

NAGPUR: The whoosh of a shuttlecock flying across, bounce of a ball, a ring whizzing past and the ball connecting with cricket bat where sounds playing out on Happy Streets. On the fourth Sunday of this TOI- MT initiative, which gives the citizens a ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

JAZZ: Jazz festival strikes a flatter note

THE dust has settled, the litter has been cleared away, and the Cape Town International Convention Centre is hosting its next event: not inappropriately, a meeting of intellectual-property lawyers. So now — tune-filled euphoria also fading — is ...
 BDlive2 weeks ago

Sweet complexities

Sitar exponent Deepsankar Bhattacharjee talks about the intricacies of the school of sitar playing he was trained in, the style pioneered by Ustad Abdul Haleem Jaffer Khan. In 1996, during Ustad Amjad Ali Khan's widely acclaimed workshop in ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Dragon ladies storm the stage in 'Naga Women'

Three female theatre powerhouses collaborate in a production called Naga Women . When a bunch of theatrical giants meet, the audience can expect some roaring thunder and excitement. Theatre lovers can witness an awakening of sorts in Kuala ... weeks ago

The power of cultural context

The interesting article on minimalist design in cat.a.lyst last week (Why Less is More) made me think about the differences between western culture and ethnic Indian culture and how such differences can affect branding associations and related ...
 Hindu Business Line3 weeks ago
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