Singer Norah Jones (L) performs during her concert at A Summer's Day festival in Mumbai on March 3, 2013. Jones, who is the daughter of legendary Indian sitar player, the late Ravi Shankar, performed for the first time in the country.
We will push for early amendment of the Indian Telegraph Act once Cabinet approves the Telecom Commission proposal of nominating BSNL to execute the mobile communications venture in regions prone to left wing extremism (LWE) to hasten project execution
The court intervened to check the whimsicality of the Manmohan Singh government and its crony capitalism. If the government refuses to conduct governance in a transparent manner and indulges in loot, the courts are forced to step in
an hour of the real thing. Ravi Shankar, a wonderful virtuoso, played his own Indian music to us at the radio station. Brilliant, fascinating, stimulating, wonderfully played. Unbelievable skill and invention.More quotes »
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'NDA Allies Have No Veto Power on BJP's PM Candidate'
that NDA allies have no veto power on BJP's choice of prime ministerial candidate, party leader Ravi Shankar Prasad today said even Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar had acknowledged in the past that the nominee will be from the saffron party. "BJP is part from Outlook India Read more »
BJP pulls up Digvijay over his 'are we belittling our institutions' remark
chief spokesperson Ravi Shankar Prasad said nothing better could be expected from Digvijay Singh. "I think it is important for him to look inwards for himself, his party, his leader and the Prime Minister. If the moral of the CBI has been downgraded, it is from New Kerala Read more »
Letter found from Britain's greatest opera composer's drawer shows his love for Ravi Shankar
in the 20th century. The page with observations by Britten and Pears, available with TOI reads "an hour of the real thing. Ravi Shankar, a wonderful virtuoso, played his own Indian music to us at the radio station. Brilliant, fascinating, stimulating, wonderfully from Times of India Read more »
Audio Beat: Panivizhum Malarvanam - Breezy tunes
director Jagan and Baba Laxmanan. The camera has been handled by Raghav, music by Rejin, art by T.Muthuraj and editing by Ravi Shankar. The first copy of the audio was recently released by Vairamuthu and received by Balu Mahendra. ‘Amma’ is a song dedicated from The Hindu Read more »
Fun, Depth and Maturity in Ravi Shankar’s Living Room Sessions
And, that’s exactly what listeners get on the latest installment of the Living Room Sessions. Of course, I suspect that if Ravi Shankar called just about any musician on the planet they would have dashed to their car, hopped on a plane or bus or snagged the from World Music Central Read more »