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Why Kannada writer SL Bhyrappa’s Padma Bhushan turned controversial

After the BJP came to power at the Centre, followers of Dr S L Bhyrappa, one of the pre-eminent writers of India, who writes in Kannada desperately hoped that the writer would be bestowed with the prestigious Jnanpith Aw...

‘Parva,’ the play, brings alive a Mahabharata that forces audiences to introspect

Parva, the 7.5 hour long Kannada play, an adaptation of the Mahabharata opened to an enthusiastic response in Mysuru earlier this week. Director Prakash Belavadi remained loyal to the text and faithful to writer S L Bhyrappa’s interpretation of the epic.
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Late Mulayam Singh Yadav, Sudha Murty, Keeravaani conferred Padma awards

Veteran socialist leader and former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Late Mulayam Singh Yadav, and medical professional Dilip Mahalanabis, known globally for his work on Oral Rehydration Solution (ORS), were among those conf...
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Mulayam, SM Krishna, Zakir Hussain, Sudha Murty get Padma awards

Former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav, former External Affairs minister in the UPA government S M Krishna and tabla maestro Zakir Hussain were among six luminaries selected for the country's second high...

‘Parva’, a retelling of Mahabharata, set for launch on March 12

Mysuru-based Nataka Karnataka Rangayana – the lone state-owned theatre repertory in the country – is all set to stage “Parva”, the Kannada literary classic by renowned writer SL Bhyrappa which is a modern retelling of the Mahabharata
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With elections round the corner, Tulu language may get its due

Karnataka govt has set up a committee to recommend that Tulu be made the state’s second official language; Tulu-speaking people have been seeking its inclusion in 8th Schedule and NEP
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Who is most ‘virtuous’ of us all? An epic battle for ‘morality’ in Karnataka

To deflect all unwelcome but unavoidable attention, the party in power has shouted loud and long against Karnataka’s ‘internal’ enemies

New book tells story of 3 eminent Tamils who shaped Bengaluru city

A newly-released Tamil book on Bengaluru talks about little known historical facts about the city, and more importantly, throws light on the prominent people behind the birth of modern Bengaluru. What the book says is that while Kempe Gowda may be widely accepted by historians as the founder of Bengaluru, many illustrious Tamils too have contributed their mite in shaping the modern city.

Kasaravalli’s Asiatica fest-bound ‘Illiralaare…’ is fit for COVID times

Girish Kasaravalli looked elated, as his 14th feature film Illiralaare Allige Hogalaare (Unable to Stay Here… Can't go There), which was recently screened in the competitive section of Asiatica Film Festival in Rome, will represent India at the Asian Film Festival in Dhaka, Bangladesh on January 16, 2021.