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On the fusion bandwagon
Fusion music is certainly in these days and entails the formations of various groups. The latest one to enter the scene will be `Shoonya' comprising classical vocalist Aarti Ankalikar, flautist Rupak Kulkarni, tabla player Satyajit Talwalkar, Mukul D ongrey on the drums, Harmeet Manseta on the keyboard and Jaywant Naidu on Hawaaiian guitar, writes SUDHEENDRA PUTTY.
Ethnic weaves
Handlooms from Dastkar and Uppada and Gadwal saris by Ghanshyam Sarode will be exhibited at `also' from today till Saturday.

Get ready for Gurlz
It's good news for girls as Gurlz is back in town. An exhibition is being held in Gallerie Raphael, Amrutha Mall, Somajiguda from April 13 to 17.
Arts & Crafts
Impressions in clay
The ongoing exhibition of `Creations in Terrakotta' at Shrishti Art Gallery reflects the contemporary visual vocabulary of four artists.
Entertaining action
Sunny Deol is back as `The Hero'which releases this Friday.
Dope tests: A question of names
The alleged drug abuse by some of the athletes from Andhra Pradesh in the 32nd National Games held in Hyderabad may put the hosts in a tight spot. This may harm the image of the State which is already under fire for its import policy. V.V. SUBRAHMANY AM examines the dope test issue.
Information Technology
Art classes online
Calling all would be Picassos and Dalis, check out these sites for the basics of drawing and sketching and watch the artist in you blossom and bloom.
All for Western classical
The young French musicians who played western classical compositions at a concert recently, are raring to play in competitions and record albums.
Gearing up for the Afro-Asian Games
The Afro-Asian Games to be held in the city in October will throw up a lot of challenges for the sports authorities, as several nations in Asia and Africa, which are at loggerheads with each other will be participating. Political developments and int ernational issues would have to be addressed, writes ABHIJIT SEN GUPTA.
Colourful fare
The ongoing Crafts Mela at MPM Mall brings a variety of crafts and artefacts from different parts of the country.
Get ready for some daredevilry
`Daredevil' the latest comic book hero, is all set to storm the theatres tomorrow.

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