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A chat with Namma Hudugi Niveditha…
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A chat with Namma Hudugi Niveditha…

One of the finest actors to have emerged from Namma Mysuru is Niveditha. An alumnus of Marimallappa’s PU College, she completed her Computer Science Engineering from a college in Bengaluru and worked for a software firm before deciding to try her luck in Kannada film industry.  To hone her acting skills, she joined Bollywood actor…

Sampoorna ‘Nartana Samarpana’ by Vidu. Mithra
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Sampoorna ‘Nartana Samarpana’ by Vidu. Mithra

By Vidu. K.R. Shravani The city of Mysuru, which is enormously bringing into limelight the richness of its culture, has become a centre for promotion of cultural talents with the provision of various platforms. One such platform for Bharatanatyam was organised by Nadabrahma Sangeetha Sabha commemorating the birthday of T.V. Alamelu on Feb. 25. It…

Sandeep’s concert: Neat and adept
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Sandeep’s concert: Neat and adept

By Dr. Padmavathi Narasimhan Sandeep Narayan gave a Karnatak vocal concert with Dr. Nishant Chandra on violin and K.U. Jayachandra Rao on mridanga on Feb. 26 under the aegis of Sri Nadabrahma Sangeetha Sabha, Mysuru. The concert had everything a listener would look forward to — A very resonant voice with a wide range, fluidity,…

Thus Spake Rev. K.A. William
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Thus Spake Rev. K.A. William

on the Making of a Bishop, Role of the Church and his Love for Mysuru… With the gates open, there is a feeling of warmth and welcome as one drives into the Bishop’s House on Bengaluru-Nilgiri (BN) Road. It is exactly a week after the Consecration (February 27, 2017) that Star of Mysore caught up…

BEAT THE HEAT: It’s SUMMER
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BEAT THE HEAT: It’s SUMMER

The months of March, April and May record the highest temperature forcing people to stay indoors. It is also the season during which the scare of waterborne diseases spreads everywhere. Children, who enjoy the summer, are exposed to heat and are dehydrated. It is also the season during which women indulge in protecting their skin…

Laughter as a therapy
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Laughter as a therapy

By Dr. K.B. Chinnappa Retired Professor of Physical, Education, Bangalore University Among the entire animal- kingdom, it is only the human-beings who have the ability to laugh. Laughter comes from the heart but shows on the face as smile. Smile has dual role to play in the society. It acts as passport to friendship (smile…

Salutations to Sringeri Jagadgurus
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Salutations to Sringeri Jagadgurus

By Prof. A.V. Narasimha Murthy, former Head, Department of Ancient History and Archaeology, University of Mysore The cultural and religious-minded people are happy and fortunate that the Sringeri Jagadgurus are paying a visit to our city, Mysuru, after a long time, this evening. Mahasannidhanam Shankaracharya Jagadguru Sri Sri Bharathi Thirtha Mahaswamiji and Jagadguru Shankaracharya Sri…

A melting pot for creative minds
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A melting pot for creative minds

As the cultural capital of Karnataka, Mysuru is known for its art institutes. The moment an art or a cultural centre comes up in city, you find people thronging it to see what they will get to learn if they join the institute. Be it painting, music, dance, theatre, sculpture, craft, mosaic art and Mysore…

Hate Crimes in USA
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Hate Crimes in USA

Terrorism, illegal immigration, loss of jobs to Whites giving rise to White Supremacists. How promoting Unity in Diversity of Houston Indian community can stop the spread of virus of hate crimes. By Bhamy V. Shenoy,  Houston, USA In a short period of mere ten days (Feb. 22 to Mar.4) three hate crimes have taken place…

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