The News Review:
- Pawan & Sapna threw a rocking bash
- Honoring a native son
- utreach guidance from the long arm of the law
- WEIRD BUT TRUE
Pawan & Sapna threw a rocking bash
Times of India – Sep 26, 2007
Cityfolks sure seem to beliving by the mantra ? work hard and party harder. So to enjoy a pleasant breakfrom work Pawan and Sapna sood threw one rocking bash for their close familyand friends at a prominent discotheque. Like their chilled outattitude this bash was also a one cool affair filled with lot of postive energyand enjoyment. and when DJ harsh played some electrifying numbers the guestsjust couldn?t stop themselves to rock the dance floor. Setting the dancefloor afire with their hip shaking moves were Kamal Mehta and GeetaManchanda. Anju Gupta alsocoudn?t stop hitting the dance floor with hubby Sanjay Gupta and set thefloor ablaze with a sizzling dance performance on the song Soni De Nakhre… Like their chilled outattitude this bash was also a one cool affair filled with lot of postive energyand enjoyment. and when DJ harsh played some electrifying numbers the guestsjust couldn?t stop themselves to rock the dance floor. Setting the dancefloor afire with their hip shaking moves were Kamal Mehta and GeetaManchanda. Anju Gupta alsocoudn?t stop hitting the dance floor with hubby Sanjay Gupta and set thefloor ablaze with a sizzling dance performance on the song Soni De Nakhre. Adding more of spark to thedance floor was Kamal Mehta dancing with hubby Jamshed Mehta on the song summerof 69. Pawan Sood looked handsome in a jazzy red and black shirt andcomplemented wife Sapna who cut a pretty picture in a glittering grey attire. While the host were busylooking after the arrangements friend Jamshed dragged the duo to the dancefloor when the DJ played beedi.
Honoring a native son
Prague Post – Sep 26, 2007
29 and 30 at 7Where: National TheaterTickets: 30900 Kč available at National Theater box offices Czech dancer and choreographer Jiří Kylián was recognized for his talent in England in the 1960s when the Royal Ballet School invited him to hone his skills in London. In 1968 Germany’s Stuttgart Ballet courted him to join its ranks. And for nearly 35 years Kylián has been revered on the Dutch dance scene as choreographer and artistic director of the Netherlands Dans Theater. It took much longer though for Kylián to be duly admired in his home country. To celebrate Kylián’s contributions to choreography — and his 60th birthday — the National Theater is hosting a tribute to him this weekend. The two-night event will feature three of Kylián’s short ballets performed by Netherlands Dans Theater II. Kylián was born in Prague in 1947 and trained in classical ballet… Kylián’s quarter-century of leadership was instrumental in the company attaining and maintaining a place of importance on the international stage. Kylián’s choreography often hailed for its dynamic energy and use of shape speed and humor was an ideal fit for the Netherlands Dans Theater and the general proclivity of the ballet world toward more contemporary experimentation in the 1970s and ’80s. His international break came with the ballet Sinfionetta in 1978 performed that year at the annual Spoleto Festival in the U. state of Charleston South Carolina. pěla says the acclaim was inevitable. “[Kylián’s] worldwide success had to arrive at some point thanks to his talent and artistic quality” he says.
utreach guidance from the long arm of the law
Business Gazette – Sep 26, 2007
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WEIRD BUT TRUE
New York Post – Sep 26, 2007
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