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26 March, 2015 3:11 PM Connoisseur of words

Yusufali Kechery was not an interviewer’s delight. His answers were crisp and to the point never leading you on to something new. But surely what he wrote, his poems, his songs, was a delight. Yusufali chose to write diligently researched lyrics that explored a wide range, from subject matter to style. For more than five decades, beginning with Moodupadam 51

26 March, 2015 3:01 PM The order in disorder

What is a court room without drama? Our films have turned courtrooms into such showcases of oratory that when Chaitanya Tamhane’s subtle comment on dysfunctional judiciary opens you feel that you have stepped in the wrong room. However, soon you discover that it is your upbringing in the filmy courts that is responsible for the acquired taste. This year’s 710

20 March, 2015 11:12 AM 88 not out, and still game

If you tune in to Tamil TV channels, chances are that you might spot this ‘young man’ making an appearance in commercials. If you head to the cinema hall to watch a film, you might get to see him star in an important role. And if you head to his home, you might find him playing his keyboard – a professional Yamaha keyboard – and composing a spot of music 28

6 March, 2015 10:54 AM Musical rhapsody

From a classic rock band to creating a separate identity with heavy metal music, the journey from ‘Echo’ to ‘Against Evil’ has been a memorable musical rhapsody for this group of young musicians. As they launched their first heavy metal composition recently, they share the story of their journey together. We formed Echo, a classic rock cover band in 2010 to play at a city hotel 148

25 February, 2015 11:05 AM A double take on twins

The age-old story of two lost brothers separated as kids who find each other with a family song years later is fairly familiar to anyone who has watched the lost and found movies of the Seventies and Eighties. Since subversion rules these days, there is Hey Bro, opening on February 27 which tells the story of long lost twins who are not particularly 26

24 February, 2015 10:55 AM Songs of a rebel

“I, Kaber Vasuki, would like to offer an unconditional apology for being creative and expressing myself through my art.” The video of Kaber Vasuki’s debut music album, Azhagu Puratchi, begins like this. The song, shot in a closed room, features the young music composer, who is held captive by a masked man with a knife. But Kaber sings: ‘Unakkum Enakkum 60

18 February, 2015 11:03 AM Romancing the drums

Despite my repeated knocking, no one answers. The steady beat of drums behind the closed doors, could be the reason. I dial a number that is pasted on the door and the door opens. Mathew J., the man behind JAM Drum School at Kowdiar, is apologetic. “Sorry, I rarely get time to practise and didn’t hear you knocking,” he says. A month old, JAM is already 10

18 February, 2015 4:55 AM Sings, symptoms, diagnosis and prevention of the deadly H1N1 virus | India | Latest India News | Get Free Email | Live Cricket and Entertainment News at India.Com

Swine Flu (H1N1) is the new virus that is killing people at large with no proper vaccination for the deadly disease. A total of 5157 H1N1 cases were recorded from January to February 2015 of which 407 patients died. The disease was first detected in Mexico in 2009 and then spread to many countries in the world. The influenza was earlier referred to as H1N1 because 72

17 February, 2015 3:45 AM Rebecca Ferguson performs new single ‘Get Happy’

Singer Rebecca Ferguson has unveiled a live performance of her new single. The 28-year-old singer has recorded ‘Get Happy’ for her third studio album Lady Sings The Blues, which pays tribute to Billie Holiday, reported Digital Spy. Ferguson’s new project is a song-for-song reinterpretation of Billie Holiday’s classic album of the same name, marking the artist’s 29

16 February, 2015 1:46 PM Mall, music and Maloya

The afternoon sun is at its hilt on Valentine’s Day. At Phoenix Marketcity mall, a gentle wind blows and clouds float along; trees sway in the wind and under their shade couples dressed for dates rest awhile. Out of the silence, suddenly, a violin screams a violent call. Loud beats of electronica drop in answer and instantly, crowds flock toward a large 32