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Last updated: May 24 2017 19:49 IST RSS 2.0
 
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New Zealand's MAALA ready to rock India 24.5.2017 Cinema-Showbiz
New Zealand's singer-songwriter MAALA, known for electro-pop sounds and romantic lyrics, is set to perform in India next month.
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An experience to remember 24.5.2017 Hindu: Home
Rereeti, an outfit that works with museums, tells us how it can intervene to bring more people to these places
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Can you hear them yet? 24.5.2017 Hindu: Home
Listen to SOAR, a gospel music festival with 96 hours of endless music
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IMAX hopes for 'Avatar' effect from 'Baahubali 2' in India 24.5.2017 All News-IANS Stories
The pace of growth for IMAX, a Canadian entertainment technology innovator offering an immersive movie experience, has been sluggish in India.
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'Farmers will have to turn entrepreneurs to solve their problems' 24.5.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Farmers should increasingly become entrepreneurs to find homegrown solutions to their problems rather than relying on the government, Helianti Hilman, a progressive natural farming expert from Indonesia, has urged.
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‘Soft capitalism’ at work 24.5.2017 FrontLine: Books
A profile of a segment of the IT industry, which claims to be the new “middle class” that sets the agenda for an emerging “aspirational” India. By C.T. KURIEN
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Memories of a Bangalore quartet 24.5.2017 FrontLine: Science & Technology
Satish Dhawan, Sivaraj Ramaseshan, G.N. Ramachandran, and H. Narasimhaiah dominated the scientific landscape of Bengaluru between 1970 and 1990 as contemporaries with uniquely distinct interests and styles. Their dedication to the cause of science continues to inspire people long after their passing. By P. BALARAM
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Mammootty’s next is inspired by a true story 24.5.2017 TOI: All Headlines
Mammootty’s next is inspired by a true story
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Rigid perceptions, lack of awareness are reasons for oppression of dalits: Dalai Lama 24.5.2017 TOI: Bangalore Times
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Content in their cocoon 23.5.2017 Deccan Herald - Wednesday
We came here as tourists a couple of years back. Little did we know then that we would fall in love with this place and would choose to settle down here someday," says Pranami Sarmah, who moved to Bengaluru two-and-a-half-years back with her husband Alok. The numerous job opportunities available here led them to choose the city as their base. Hailing from Guwahati, Assam, the couple is blessed with a 16-month-old baby girl named Drishana. "We were in Delhi for 10 years and then in Gurugram for a couple of years before we moved here. Bengaluru has been lucky for us as we had our child here. Life is laidback here and the city is a lot calmer, especially compared to a place like Delhi. The people here are very friendly and lead a simpler life," says Pranami. She loves her job and also enjoys the company of a few friends in the city who, she feels, are for life. The couple mostly hangs out at malls as they are a one-stop destination for everything and little Drishana also enjoys the outings. "We also make ...
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A date with comedy 23.5.2017 Deccan Herald - Wednesday
Singer Raghu Dixit and comedian Sundeep Rao will be performing on May 26, 8 pm onwards, at Rangasthala Auditorium, Rangoli Metro Art Center, MG Road.

Hosted by comedian Diptarka Ghosh and presented by 'Woah That's Deep', it is going to be a laughter madhouse with two popular personalities from Bengaluru talking about everything under the sun.

A live band, comedy quiz and live recording will be seen. For tickets, log on to www.bookmyshow.com
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An experience to remember 23.5.2017 Hindu: Home
Rereeti, an outfit that works with museums, tells us how it can intervene to bring more people to these places
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A musical montage 23.5.2017 Hindu: Home
John and Stephanie Fernandes of the Fernandes Fusion Project discuss the benefits of growing up in a musical family and finding one’s individual groove
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Over Rs 1,500 cr in 25 days: Milestones galore in Baahubali 2 golden run 23.5.2017 Business Standard: Life & Leisure
In the Telugu states, the Baahubali 2 has grossed over Rs 200 crore
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On the right track 23.5.2017 Hindu: Home
Shraddha Srinath on her upcoming films
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Quirky, cool food trucks going places - literally! 23.5.2017 All News-IANS Stories
The food truck trend is on a high. After the quirky, colourful and mobile food-on-wheels concept began catching on at different spots in various cities, food truck festivals and reality TV shows have become the order of the day.
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GST impact: Auction of coins, stamps on hold 23.5.2017 Hindu: News
Higher tax rate forces auctioneers to wait and watch at least till August; Indian Numismatic Association seeks exemption for antique coins
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Custodians of folk forms 22.5.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Folklore has its roots deep in the culture of the common people. It is enriched by a wealth of wisdom and experience over generations. However, in the fast-paced modern world that we live in today, this knowledge is slowly being lost to the vagaries of technology and globalisation. Recognising the loss and trying to reverse it is Ekataari, a Mysuru-based folk group. Ekataari is a one-stringed musical instrument that has been used by the folk singers for many years. "The instrument produces one note that resonates within all of us," says Devanand Varaprasad, the group's founder. Devanand is a folk singer, music director and theatre artiste. A native of Arkalgud in Hassan district, he was no stranger to the world of music while growing up. His father K T Keshavaiah is a Harikathe singer and mother Kalamma is a folk singer. Devanand had no formal training in music, but grew up listening to folk music. His first brush with theatre was in college when he met H Janardhan, a theatre personality. For someone who ...
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With 83.5%, ace paralympian excels in PU exams, too 22.5.2017 Deccan Herald - News
Students who worry about balancing academics with their interests in sports, music or other activities can be inspired by the example of Punith N. The paralympic swimming champion juggled training, competitions and classes, to score 83.5% in the second PU examinations. Punith, who was born with a deformed hand, took an interest in swimming in 2012. He has won several gold, silver and bronze medals in the annual National Paralympic Swimming Championship. He continued his rigorous swimming practice even as a student in Sarvajna PU College. In fact, he made regular visits to the pool even during the examinations, on the days when he did not have a paper to write. "I travel from my house in Vijayanagar to the pool in Banashankari twice every day. In the morning I used to train from 5 am to 8 am. Then I would attend college from 9 am to 4 pm and go back to the pool to train from 4.30 pm to 7 pm," Punith said. Just two days after his last exam, Punith took part in the 16th National Paralympic Swimming ...
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7-day film fest at NGMA from today 22.5.2017 Deccan Herald - City
The National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA) will screen the movies of legendary film makers from Japan, Russia, America and Iran starting Tuesday.

The week-long festival, 'Journeying through life and relationships in the passage of time', will feature films of Akira Kurosawa, Andrei Tarkovsky, David Lynch, Asghar Farhadi and Jim Jarmusch.

The festival will open with Kurosawa's Ikiiru. Movies chosen for the screening are seminal films with philosophical contemplation on living and dying, journeys made through life, relationships formed and the passing of time.
Ikiiru deals with a dying man on his final quest for the meaning of life, Stalker by Andrei Tarkovsky deals with existential desires and meaning and what makes life worth living.

Screenings will begin at 5 pm every day and entry will be on first-come-first-served basis. There will be discussions on the movies after the screening.
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