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Reformer ushers in musical change – Sanjay Subrahmanyan

Reliving Sanjay in innumerable ways! This was written and published for the Deccan Chronicle by Preeti Mohan in 2014. Here’s the link to the original piece. The audience felt a collective sense of homecoming as the familiar sound of Tamil fell on their ears. In the few minutes that followed, Sanjay Subrahmanyam’s rendition of ‘Vazhiya… Continue reading Reformer ushers in musical change – Sanjay Subrahmanyan

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Has Music fled the Season? A reasoned view

Sharada Ramanathan – Film director, Carnatic music aficionado gives a fitting rebuttal to T.M.Krishna’s why he wont sing in the December Season!  After much thought, I have decided to react to T.M. Krishna ‘s reasons for not singing in the December Margazhi festival, as a long-time connoisseur of Classical music and the December festival. As… Continue reading Has Music fled the Season? A reasoned view

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A woman’s day in the Courts

As a lawyer who has experienced the world of Court practice for over 6 years, my cynicism about the institution is a cause for agony. Yes, the delays and uncertainties of the world of litigation bother me, but I can perceive it’s a larger systemic problem we have to work at addressing. What bothers me… Continue reading A woman’s day in the Courts