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Friday, January 28, 2005
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Portrait of an artist
A. Ramachandran explains the need for a visual renaissance in Kerala.
Another first from a pioneer
Veteran film producer T.E. Vasudevan scores another first in the industry by registering his script with the Registrar of Copyrights.
Murals recorded for posterity
Embellished with beautiful photographs and a map, this book documents 30 temples and houses in North Kerala that have intricate murals.
Breaking down walls of languages
Ajeet Cour lays emphasis on the need for translations to popularise literary works by regional writers.
`A pleasant surprise'
Simplicity and humility are the hallmarks of five-time national award winner K.S. Chitra.
A rare treat
Music aficionados were treated to rare compositions at a concert at Chembai Memorial Music College recently.
Youngsters make their mark
The concerts held in connection with the festival of the Ernakulam Siva temple provided a platform for many talented youngsters.
Thyagaraja all the way
Concerts of Dhanya and Sindhu proved that they are promising singers.
Dancers with promise
Two young dancers, Reshma and Deepa Kartha, enthralled the audience.
New rhythm for Mohiniyattom
Vinitha Nedungadi wants to incorporate innovations in Mohiniyattom without marring its structure or traditional style.
Homage to a maestro
A three-day programme was held to pay tributes to Kanna Peruvannan.
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