Composer Vanraj Bhatia passes away: Tollywood mourns loss

News  |  23 Mar 2007

Kailash Kher celebrates a successful year with 'Kailasa'

MUMBAI: Sufi maestro Kailash Kher celebrated the one year completion of his successful album `Kailasa`.

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News  |  22 Mar 2007

Shakira to rock Mumbai on 25 March

MUMBAI: Latina pop star Shakira is all set to perform in India for the very first time on 25 March at MMRDA, Mumbai.

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News  |  17 Mar 2007

Venus launches Rakhi Sawant's debut album 'Super Girl'

Mumbai: Venus Records & Tapes Pvt. Ltd has launched item girl Rakhi Sawant`s debut album titled `Super Girl`.

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News  |  17 Mar 2007

Sagarika Music presents Bickram Ghosh's 'Beyond Rhythmscape'

Mumbai: Gaining a reputation of presenting talented artistes to Indian pop music, Sagarika Music presents Bickram Ghosh`s `Beyond Rhythmscape` a sequel to his earlier album `Rhythmscape`.

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News  |  17 Mar 2007

RadioScape extends SDR to Mobile TV receivers

Mumbai: London-based RadioScape is extending its Mobile TV broadcast technology with the addition of solutions for Mobile TV receivers with offerings based on the latest Blackfin processor family from Analog Devices (ADI)

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News  |  17 Mar 2007

Rahman inaugurates studios at Whistling Woods International

MUMBAI: Music maestro A.R. Rahman inaugurated TV studios and the sound recording rooms of Subhash Ghai`s film school Whistling Woods International on 15 March.

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News  |  17 Mar 2007

Big 92.7 FM organizes bike rally in Chennai

MUMBAI: With FM stations fast adopting social causes, the Adlabs radio initiative BIG 92.7 FM organized a `Big Bike Rally` in Chennai as part of its CSR effort to spread awareness about the use of helmets

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News  |  17 Mar 2007

Limca Book of records felicitates A.R. Rahman

Mumbai: The 2007 edition of the Limca Book of Records honours music maestro A R Rahman as one of the chosen Indians among those selected for the "People Of The Year." category.

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News  |  17 Mar 2007

XM & Concord Music Group launches 'Watercolors: Red'

Washington, D.C. and Beverly Hills, Calif. - The satellite radio service XM and independent record label Concord Music Group has announced the release of "Watercolors: Red." The 12-track compilation disc, the third in a series of jazz CD collections co-pr

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News  |  17 Mar 2007

Music of the film 'Ek Chalis Ki Last Local' launch

Mumbai: The Music of Bharat Shah`s upcoming comedy film `Ek Chalis Ki Last Local` was launched recently by the lead pair of the film Abhay Deol and Neha Dhupia.

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News  |  17 Mar 2007

Jagjit Singh & Anup Jalota unveils Times Music's 'Ram Darshan'

Mumbai: Ghazal maestro`s Jagjit Singh and Anup Jalota has released Times Music`s spiritual album `Ram Darshan`, which is sung by debutante Sumeet Tappoo and well-known singer Sadhana Sargam.

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Press Releases  |  16 Mar 2007

XM & Concord Music Group launches 'Watercolors: Red'

Washington, D.C. and Beverly Hills, Calif. - The satellite radio service XM and independent record label Concord Music Group has announced the release of "Watercolors: Red." The 12-track compilation disc, the third in a series of jazz CD collections co-produced by XM and Concord, is available now exclusively at Circuit City stores nationwide.

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Editorial  |  16 Mar 2007

Pop Diva Vaishali Samant - I feel that it is important that the larger audience is able to relate to your work and after all the effort that has been put in, you do want your album to be liked .

She's better known for the track, Aika Dajiba, with which she burst onto the Indipop scene over two years ago, but Vaishali Samant has been singing since the tender age of eight. Trained in classical music, Samant, who has lent her voice for many remixes, Hindi movie songs and jingles, is now back with her second album'V'. Ghotala, a track from the album, which she has composed and written, is currently making waves among the Indian audience.

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Interviews  |  16 Mar 2007

Pop Diva Vaishali Samant - I feel that it is important that the larger audience is able to relate to your work and after all the effort that has been put in, you do want your album to be liked .

She's better known for the track, Aika Dajiba, with which she burst onto the Indipop scene over two years ago, but Vaishali Samant has been singing since the tender age of eight. Trained in classical music, Samant, who has lent her voice for many remixes, Hindi movie songs and jingles, is now back with her second album'V'. Ghotala, a track from the album, which she has composed and written, is currently making waves among the Indian audience.

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