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Kerala bids tearful adieu to Kavalam

Kavalam's funeral to be held at 4.30 pm on Tuesday on the prem...

ALAPPUZHA: All the arrangements have been made for the funeral of late Malayalam theatre veteran Kavalam Narayana Panicker. His final rites will be held on the premise of his home `Sreehari' at Kavalam at 4.30 pm with full state honours on Tuesday. ... Times of India, 4 weeks ago
Last salute to doyen of drama New Indian Express, 3 weeks ago

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The Celebrity as a Padrone

Ever wondered why a celebrity can charm you?Sreehari Nair has the answer. IMAGE: When M S Dhoni was slyly psycho-analysing Australian journalist Samuel Ferris, Ferris' world stopped but Dhoni's didn't. Photograph: ANI On March 31, 2016, Australian journalist Samuel Ferris ran into his dad, his pastor and a local cop, all in a span of 40 seconds. In response to a seemingly harmless question he had asked at a press conference, Ferris was beckoned over his seat and politely offered another seat ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Body in graveyard: Police suspect foul play

Kannur: Police have intensified investigation into the murder of a trader at New Mahe near Thalassery, whose body was found buried in the graveyard of a local mosque on Wednesday, after he went missing on July 9. According to police, the family of ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Where are the traffic signals?

Despite an increase in vehicle population, the city has added just 10 signals since 2014 For most commuters, crossing a busy junction where traffic lights are either absent or do not function is an exercise in skill and patience, and often ...
 The Hindu1 week ago Signal Green, all the way!  Deccan Herald1 month ago
New Indian Express

Metro phase 2 to have platform screen doors

BENGALURU: THE suicide of Vishnu Sharan is still fresh in the minds of many Bengalureans, who saw the 16-year-old jump to his death at the MG Road metro station in 2012. Experts had then suggested the installation of Platform Screen Doors (PSD), ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago Metro along IT corridor in Bengaluru on fast-track  Economic Times3 weeks ago November 17 deadline, distant dream for Bengaluru metro: Experts  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Metro, the destination: Still need a car to get there!  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

Need for speed: A city hamstrung

Bengaluru is notorious for its snail-paced traffic even during non-peak hours. But there is a speed-breaker even on these slow moving vehicles, as the latest study has found that the average speed has dipped from the earlier 7-8 kilometres per hour ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 week ago

Police want buses halted on outskirts to ease city traffic

The proposal by the traffic police to ease traffic congestion in the city by curtailing the inter-state and intra-state bus permits to outskirts of Bengaluru has drawn a flak from the traffic experts and private bus operators. The Transport department ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Udta Punjab: Conservative's miscalculation, liberal's fantasy

'Is there a connection between the way we pitched the entire issue of Udta Punjab's censorship and the apologetic, full-of-very-specific-answers tone of the movie?Maybe it's just me, but as an Indian liberal, I am more scared of us liberals than I am of the average Indian conservative bloke,' says Sreehari Nair. IMAGE: 'Maybe it's just me,' says Sreehari Nair, 'but perhaps if we could -- now that the vapours of the issue have settled down -- just sit back and honestly think about Udta Punjab ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Sainik School memorabilia provides treasure trove of information

The Amaravian coffee table book- 1962 to 2016, prepared by Sainik School, Amaravathinagar, to give a comprehensive narrative of the school's 54-year journey through neatly compiled pictures and articles, can be any collector's delight. The book ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

To appreciate Raman Raghav 2.0, you will have to surrender to it

'There is no way you can view the movie from a distance, from a moral high ground, and get to its core.''To truly appreciate what Anurag Kashyap is trying to do here, you may have to lose a part of yourself to it, first,' says Sreehari Nair. IMAGE: 'The brilliance of the actor's psychopathic turn, here, lies in his ability to convince us that Ramanna is acting out his wickedness in a world, where the wicked people operate in the most rational manner,' says Sreehari Nair.   Anurag ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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