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Three-day cultural event begins

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A three-day cultural event in memory of F. G. Natesa Iyer, founder of the Rasika Ranjana Sabha, a centennial cultural organisation, began in the city on Thursday with a scintillating vocal concert by Bombay Jayashri Ramnath and party.

Drama artiste John Prakash Ebinesan was felicitated with a purse and shawl by the sabha in recognition of his contributions in the field of drama.

Former Mayor S. Sujatha presided over the inaugural ceremony which was followed by the concert. Ms. Jayashri was accompanied by Mysore Shrikanth on violin, Delhi Sriram on mridangam and S. Krishna on the ghatam. Vice-presidents of the sabha, N. Gopalaswamy and P. K. Thiagarajan, and Senior Secretary N. Sekhar spoke. The other events lined up for the occasion include a vocal concert by Ashok Ramani on Friday and a musical discourse by Kalyanapuram R Aravamudachariar on Saturday.

The events are being held at the Oorvasi Theatre Complex in the city.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 495964.ece


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Photo exhibition on snakes opens

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At Government Museum in Tiruchi

An exhibition of photographs on snakes, organised by the Government Museum to raise awareness among students and the general public about the reptiles, opened in the city on Wednesday.

The exhibition was inaugurated by P. Vijayakumar, founder-president of Notaphilly Society.

Featuring mostly photos of Indian snakes, it showcases 40 images drawn from online sources at the central hall of the museum complex at Rani Mangammal Mahal at Town Hall.

“We want to dispel the myths about these animals, and show the great variety that exists within the species,” said museum curator in-charge A. Periasamy. “We have differentiated the poisonous and non-poisonous types, so that the public can understand that not all snakes are dangerous to human beings.”

The exhibition marks the first of what will be a monthly rota of themed public awareness programmes at the museum, said Mr. Periasamy.

Barring the museum’s weekly off on Friday, the exhibition will be open from 9.30 a.m to 5 p.m. every day until November 5.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 965047.ece


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Trans-Global Fusion concert enthrals audience

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Violin sisters, M. Lalitha and M.Nandini, at the concert in Tiruchi on Sunday Photo: A.Muralitharan

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Music aficionados of the city were treated to an absorbing trans-global fusion concert by ‘Violin sisters’ M. Lalitha and M. Nandini, on Sunday evening.

Accompanied by Karina Colis from Mexico on the drums, Shashank Venkatesh on the guitar and Shanthakumar on the thavil, the sisters presented a clutch of soulful compositions, blending Indian and Western classical music.

Musical tour

The sisters, who have just returned from a successful musical tour of eight European countries, presented an amalgamation of diverse genres such as Jazz, African music and folk, beginning with their signature number – “Revelation”.

They also rendered a piece, “Thinking of you”, dedicating it to their spiritual guru.

The “Brazilian tikka” brought South Indian, Brazilian and Mexican styles together. A rendering of Swamy Dayananda Saraswati’s Bho Shambho and a fast paced “conversation” between the percussionists made for a lively concert.

The event marked the fifth edition of ‘Isai Kaveri’, the annual classical music extravaganza organised by Bharathidasan Institute of Management, Tiruchi.



source: http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-tamilnadu/violin-fusion-concert-enthrals-audience/article19909292.ece


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Isai Kaveri---Fusion on Indian Classical and Western Music held at Sangam Hotel Today


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Cancer can be conquered: Gautami

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Narrating her fight against cancer, actor Gautami Tadimalla on Sunday drove home the need for spreading greater awareness about the disease affecting several women.

Addressing a “Conquerors Meet” attended by breast cancer survivors and their families, Ms. Gautami called upon the participants to spread the message on ways to conquer the disease.

The meeting was organised by the Dr. K. Shantha Breast Cancer Foundation and Dr. Viswanathan Hospitals.

“You have experienced the disease and now you are ready to convey the message to the world that cancer can be conquered”, Ms. Gautami told the breast cancer survivors and their families.

Stating that cancer could be won, Ms. Gautami called upon the participants to do their bit in spreading awareness by narrating their experience and how happy they were now after fighting the disease in family gatherings and to neighbours.

“We can save a lot of lives by sharing this experience”, Ms. Gautami said advocating the need to keep spreading the message to the society in a sustained manner.

“All of us have to join together and act like an army in taking forward this message to the society as we (breast cancer survivors) alone have undergone the experience”, said Ms. Gautami, also the founder of Life Again Foundation.

“Sharing our experience and the ways to conquer the disease would be the greatest service rendered by us to the society”, Ms. Gautami told the participants.

K. Meena, former Vice Chancellor, Bharathidasan University said women’s health was very important for societal development.

K. Govindaraj, founder of Dr. K. Shantha Breast Cancer Foundation and Director of G. Viswanathan Speciality Hospitals, Tiruchi, said the foundation would be happy to partner with Life Again Foundation in spreading awareness about breast cancer and ways to conquer it.

B. Yamuna Devi, Additional Commissioner (Service Tax II), Mumbai and Dr. S. Jagadeesh Chandra Bose, Head, Department of Surgical Oncology, SRMC, Chennai spoke on the occasion.

Earlier in the day, a ‘Mammorun’ – a breast cancer awareness marathon was organised in the city jointly by the Dr. Shantha Breast Cancer Foundation, Dr. G. Viswanathan Hospitals, Life Again Foundation and Rotary District 2000. The event was organised in two categories - a 21.1 km run and a five km run.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 825788.ece


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