The Kozhikode music lovers didn’t disappoint, they come out in the thousands – over 15,000 say media reports – and the legend from Pakistan didn’t fail them either. He gave them a 'Chandni Raat' to remember. Kozhikode’s love of music is well known and the city has, over the years, nurtured many a musician of note and has hosted several musical legends. For Ghulam Ali, Pakistani ghazal maestro, it was his second visit to the city – he had performed here in 2006 – and, coming as it is after his concerts in Maharashtra were cancelled after protests from right wing political outfit Shiv Sena, certainly a momentous occasion. “I am truly blessed to be here. In my 40 years as a performing musician, I have never seen an audience as great as this,” he said. The singer had earlier be...Read More...
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Kerala government is planning to set up a first of its kind university in the country exclusively for research-oriented studies related to gender.
Papers are invited for Global Ayurveda Festival (GAF) 2016, to be held in Kozhikode from January 29. Delegates from 50 countries expected.
The doctors at the Metro International Cardiac Centre, Kozhikode, perform the first heart transplant surgery in Malabar region successfully.
Kottooli wetlands facing increasing threats from unregulated constructions, encroachment and urbanization. KSSP urges government to protect it.
Darba Moideen Koya is a doyen of mappilappattu who has enthralled Malabar audience with his evocative renditions since the sixties.