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WATCH: Harvard University a capella group pays sweet tribute to maestro John Williams
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WATCH: Harvard University a capella group pays sweet tribute t...

John Williams was there to receive his honorary Doctor of Music degree. DNA, 1 month ago
Harvard group pays tribute to John Williams Business Standard, 1 month ago

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U.S. top court turns away 'dancing baby' copyright case

The case pitted a Pennsylvania woman, Stephanie Lenz, against record company Universal Music Group (UMG), the Vivendi SA-owned unit that enforces Prince's copyrights.
 DNA1 month ago

China's Tencent seals exclusive music licensing deal with UMG

Tencent Holdings Ltd, China's biggest gaming and social media firm, has reached a deal with U.S. music firm Universal Music Group (UMG) to distribute licensed content in China. Tencent Music Entertainment Group, the Chinese firm's music subsidiary, will also ...
 Reuters2 months ago

Varsity to organise inter-collegiate cultural contests

Mangalore University will organise inter-collegiate cultural competitions for students studying in its affiliated and constituent colleges in August. Briefing reporters here on Monday, Mangalore University Directorate of Students Welfare director Prof Barkur ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago

New instrument allows playing music with thoughts alone

Scientists have created a hands-free musical instrument that allows people to play music with their thoughts, and may help empower and rehabilitate patients with motor disabilities such as stoke, spinal cord injury and amputation. The instrument called ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

Learning with music boosts brain wiring: study

Using musical cues to learn a physical task significantly boosts brain wiring between regions that process sound and control movement, according to a study that may pave the way for novel therapies to restore motion in stroke patients. Researchers at the ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago

Maxus wins mandate for ICC Champions Trophy, ICC Women's WC

Media and communications agency Maxus, part of Group M, today said it has bagged the media mandate in India for ICC Champions Trophy and ICC Women's World Cup 2017. The Champions Trophy will be held from June 1 to 18, followed by the ICC Women's World Cup ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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Nineteen dead, 59 injured so far: carnage at Ariana Grande concert in Manchester a suspected terrorist attack

The pattern has become all too familiar. Young people gathered for a musical event find themselves subjected to what British Prime Minister Theresa May has described as an “appalling terrorist attack”. While there is no confirmation as yet this ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago Islamophobia and causes of terrorism must be part of awkward conversations after London Bridge attack  catchnews.com1 month ago 22 killed in concert bombing at Manchester  Mathrubhumi2 months ago Death toll in Manchester concert attack rises to 22, attacker dead  Sify2 months ago

The Outliers

By and large, Bollywood is considered to be a haven of nepotism. If the lucky progeny of Bollywood’s A-listers aren’t being launched in a lavish debut film then they are busy being set up by daddy dear for a career behind the camera. As such lakhs of ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago
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Parents, you NEED to read this!

'I call today's generation the "pressure cooker" generation.''They are always under some kind of pressure.''Pressure to perform in examinations, peer pressure of all kinds, pressure to look good; their hormones are going crazy.''And there's nobody to help them.' An unconventional thinker, Dev Lahiri has had a long controversial career (his book With A Little Help From My Friends gives a detailed account) as an academician in India. One of the longest serving principals of the Lawrence School, ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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