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Friday, July 29, 2005
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Caught in a crime web
Looking back at hunger
Rupashree Nanda on films and the future.
After making her debut as Nagarjuna's heroine in Super, Anushka has bagged a role opposite the third generation star in the Akkineni family, Sumanth. Perhaps, she is the lucky one, among the newer lot, to act opposite Nag and his nephew. ...
Yesteryear hero Ranganath is all set to take up direction.
Young Balamurali held the audience spellbound.
Of a great `Parampara'
A better sequence of pieces would have been more pleasant for the connoisseur.
Melody is his forte
Muralidhar's pleasant voice has managed to stave off competition and made him popular in the industry.
Two of a kind
Both the vocal and instrumental concerts were pleasing and well presented.
Ode to a guru
Two generations of gurus were honoured on the occasion of `guru purnami'.
Persuasive social play
The play deals with deteriorating education system.
Ramana Reddy straddled two different worlds in his recent photo exhibition at Munich.
Sastry's lucid explanation of esoteric teachings had the gathering glued to their seats.
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