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Mahesh Babu – Murugadoss Film to Hit Screens in 2017

Mahesh Babu’s next film in Telugu and Tamil to be directed by AR Murugadoss is likely to be the biggest action-thriller with record budget and starring Rakul Preet Singh to hit the screens in 2017 after the failure of ‘Brahmotsavam’ in 2016. Almost into its fifth month since the film hit the floor, the bilingual also stars actor SJ Suryah ...

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Mozart’s Music Reduces Hypertension (BP), Says Study

A study from the University Bochum in Germany showed in its recent comparative research of the classical music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Johann Strauss II vis-a-vis Abba of the 1980s that the hepertension comes down when you listen to Mozart or Strauss but not ABBA. They corraborated how Mozart’s music can reduce blood lipid concentration, blood pressure and heart ...

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Music Emanates from Trash Segregated and Re-cycled Here

The orchestra of young musicians from Cateura slum in Paraguay are different from the world famous big bands as they come from poor families which live on separation of garbage. Undaunted by their surroundings, they had hit upon the idea of recycling the trash into music instruments. So, they did and excelled in forming their own orchestra group. A fork, ...

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Guitarmonk Offers Free Guitars to Mitigate Road Rage

Guitarmonk, which is offering music classes and course in Delhi and other places has hit upon a new idea of offering free guitars to reduce the increasing road-rage incidents. It has introduced two causes to mitigate roadrage — by offering a free guitar for every one, cet par and music therapy in schools and organizations. A pledge to imbibe music ...

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Music Helps to Enhance Certain Functions of Brain, says New Study

Are you sick of your teenage children’s loud music playing habit? And are you planning to find ways to stop them from doing that? Then this new study might make you rethink as it shows how music helps to enhance a teenager’s brain responses to sound and sharpen hearing and language skills. A research team from Northwestern University lead by ...

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Microsoft Releases Windows 10 in 190 countries, 11 Languages, 3 Versions

Microsoft is releasing its new operating system Windows 10 across 190 countries in 111 languages to cater the personal computing experience integrating all the devices including handsets, tablets and personal computers for the first time. “We have designed Windows 10 to deliver a more personal computing experience across a range of devices,” said Microsoft. Windows 10 will power a broad ...

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Music Training in Childhood Helps Brain Remain Alert in Old Age: Study

Musical training in the younger years can enhance speech comprehension skills in later life and prevent the decay of the brain in relation to different cognitive functions that can diminish with age, said new research. “Musical activities are an engaging form of cognitive brain training and we are now seeing robust evidence of brain plasticity from musical training not just in ...

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Music Reduces Pain in Kids After a Major Surgery

A new study found that listening to songs after a major surgery results in significant reduction in pain. f songs can significantly reduce pain in pediatric patients after a major surgery. “Audio therapy is an exciting, inexpensive opportunity and should be considered by hospitals as an important strategy to minimise pain in children undergoing major surgery,” explained study senior author ...

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Why sad tunes lift your mood after a break-up?

Many people prefer to listen to sad tunes after a break-up, especially from movies like Devadas and now a new research says that listening to sad tunes could actually help people recover from break-ups and feel happy. One can experience four different cognitive rewards of music-evoked sadness – reward of imagination, emotion regulation, empathy and no "real life" implications, German ...

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Mandolin Srinivas Dies Aged 45 as Post-Liver Transplant Complications Turn Fatal

Classic Indian music maestro Mandolin Srinivas (Uppalapu Srinivas) died at at a very young age of 45, stunning the entire music world. He died of complications post-liver transplantation in Chennai Apollo Hospital on Friday morning. Born into a Telugu Brahmin family in 1969 in Palakol, Andhra Pradesh, Srinivas came to stage performances as a child prodigy with his hands adept ...

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BillBoard Music Awards ceremony celebrated grandly

  BillBoard Music Awards ceremony was celebrated grandly in MGM Grand Garden Erina, Las Vegas,United states of America . Popular Music Magazine of New york has conducted this award ceremony. Many models attracted the audience with their Rampwalk and many artists also enthralled the audience with their music and Dance. Few winners of BillBoard Music Awards: Top Artist: Justin Timberlake ...

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Bappi Lahiri, Rides on Rs.12 crore, to Contest as BJP Candidate

Bollywood music composer Bappi Lahiri contesting as the BJP’s Lok Sabha candidate from West Bengal’s Srirampur, has declared assets worth Rs.12 crore. Known for his flamboyant display of gold chains, Bappi Lahiri declared in his affidavit that he possesses 754 grams of gold jewellery worth around Rs.17 lakh and 4.62 kg of silver valued at over Rs.2 lakh. His wife ...

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Jagjit Singh is no more but his ghazals remain alive as ever

Ghazal Maestro Jagjit Singh passed away on Monday after suffering brain haemorrheage on Sept. 23. He was in coma in Leelavati Hospital before his death. He is survived by his wife and ghazal singer Chitra singh. Their only son died 11 years ago. Minister for Information and Broadcasting Ambika Soni has condoled the death of Ghazal maestro saying, “The untimely ...

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