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Quicksand myth sinks
IT is a staple scene of B-movies and Westerns: the cowboy stumbles into a patch of quicksand and is sucked under until only his stetson remains on top, or sinks up to his neck until hauled out by his sidekick....  | Read.. 
 
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Unerring eyes of village craftsmen
Tutored by tradition, how unerring the eye of the village craftsman is and how skilled his fingers are can be seen once more at CIMA gallery till October 8. For the current sh...  | Read.. 
 
Melodic maturity
Charcha, jointly presented by Jalsaghar and the RKM Institute of Culture at Vivekananda Hall (September 24), turned out to be an introduction to the Vishnupur style prior to t...  | Read.. 
 
Three eras, so diverse, yet so united
Each classical dance form has a rich technique and strict format designed by great maestros, but a possibility to discover new dimensions is always there. ‘Kalpana 2005&#...  | Read.. 
 
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Quicksand myth sinks