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Press Releases  |  24 Jan 2017

Sultan + Shepard reveal their new single 'Cashmere Sweater'

MUMBAI: Coming off the release of their tribal-inspired single 'Samba Sixteen', production duo Sultan + Shepard reveal their new single ‘Cashmere Sweater’, the highly-anticipated release via Armada Music.

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News  |  24 Jan 2017

Armed Forces band and cultural events to mark Bharat Parv

NEW DELHI: Performances by the Armed Forces Bands (static and moving), choreographed Folk / Tribal Dances and Music from across the country arranged through the North Zonal Cultural Centre as well as performances by cultural troupes from the different States/ UTs of the country will be part of th

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Press Releases  |  24 Jan 2017

Oliver Heldens begins 2017 with new single 'I Don't Wanna Go Home'

MUMBAI: We've all been there. The lights are coming up. Your feet are still glued to the dancefloor. The DJ drops one last tune and you do everything you can to squeeze every last drop of energy and excitement out of the party.

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Press Releases  |  24 Jan 2017

Sander van Doorn revisits a house classic on 'Need To Feel Loved' with LVNDSCAPE

MUMBAI: Sander van Doorn and LVNDSCAPE are spreading the love with their blissful new tune ‘Need To Feel Loved’. Let the gentle vocals captivate you, as the mellow beat and tender chords are setting the tone.

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News  |  24 Jan 2017

Aditya Narayan performs for Mumbai Police

MUMBAI: Singer, host, and actor Aditya Narayan who is well known for giving playback to many hit chartbusters like 'Tattad Tattad' and 'Ishqyaoon Dishkyaoon' was recently spotted at Umang 2017.

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News  |  24 Jan 2017

Mariah Carey's sister to detail satanic rituals claims

MUMBAI: Singer Mariah Carey's sister Alison wants to spill all hidden secrets regarding their lives, including those about her celebrity sibling's satanic rituals and sex abuse claims.

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Features  |  24 Jan 2017

Bollywood singers we would love to see on screen

MUMBAI: We don't see them very often because they are the musical voice of our Bollywood stars. They are the ones giving blockbuster songs but are rarely seen on screen. Many of these singers deserve to be in front of the camera and not behind.

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Prasoon Joshi
News  |  24 Jan 2017

Those close to nature lean towards literature: Prasoon Joshi

MUMBAI: Writer-lyricist Prasoon Joshi, who has been conferred a Honorary Doctorate from Amity University at the Jaipur Literature Festival, believes that those who are more exposed to nature are inclined to grow a liking for literature.

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News  |  24 Jan 2017

Naqsh Lyallpuri wrote one of my most memorable ghazals: Lata Mangeshkar

MUMBAI: Melody queen Lata Mangeshkar remembers renowned Urdu poet and lyricist Jaswant Rai Sharma, known to the world by his pen name Naqsh Lyallpuri, and says that he wrote one of her most memorable ghazals ‘Rasm-e-Ulfat Ko Nibhayen’

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News  |  24 Jan 2017

Rossdale opens up about incredible moments with Stefani

MUMBAI: Musician Gavin Rossdale says he and singer Gwen Stefani were together for a lovely 20 years and that in itself is pretty incredible. The 51-year-old rocker recently opened up to Fabulous magazine about Stefani, reports etonline.com.

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News  |  24 Jan 2017

New American resistance: Springsteen on Women' March

MUMBAI: Legendary singer Bruce Springsteen celebrated the Women's March during his concert here, calling the people who marched in various cities the new American resistance.

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News  |  24 Jan 2017

John Legend upset as racism still exists

MUMBAI: Grammy award-winning singer John Legend says he wasn't hurt when a photographer called him a monkey, but he is upset as racism still exists.

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Year Ender  |  23 Jan 2017

How the east met the west in 2016

MUMBAI: Ever thought how east and west collaborations are coming more into the picture than in the earlier generations? Passion is the reason behind the impossibilities now converting into a trend.

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News  |  23 Jan 2017

Arijit and I did not record 'Zaalima' together: Harshdeep Kaur

MUMBAI: 'Zaalima' has crossed a 40 million views something that not many of us would have predicted, but the song is doing great and its songstress Harshdeep Kaur is enjoying the attention.

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