Wilpattu vandalised

Did the little one survive or was it crushed to a pulp and left only as a small patch on a new huge interior road where civilian traffic is plying to and fro at breakneck speed? The piglet had not strayed on to a busy highway close to a city, town or even in a rural area, but was in its own “protected home-ground”.


Bravo Bavan

Once again, here was abundant proof that Yolande Bavan is a seasoned trouper. Being just so is as vital an ingredient as possessing the ability in maintaining accurate pitching, emotional commitment to the muse and negotiating harmonic changes at lightning tempo, which too she resolved with verve and aplomb.

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