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TN Krishnan, legendary violinist and Padma Bhushan awardee, passes away aged 92
Arts & Culture

TN Krishnan, legendary violinist and Padma Bhushan awardee, passes away aged 92

For his indelible impact in the world of Indian classical music, TN Krishnan was also conferred with many prestigious awards, most notably the Padma Shri (1973), the Padma Bhushan (1992) and the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award (1974).

Violin maestro Dr N Rajam, daughter Sangeeta Shankar, granddaughters Ragini and Nandini on their three generation-spanning art
Life

Violin maestro Dr N Rajam, daughter Sangeeta Shankar, granddaughters Ragini and Nandini on their three generation-spanning art

With a women-shouldered lineage, the N Rajam school of music (of gayaki ang) continues with her daughter Sangeeta Shankar and granddaughters Nandini and Ragini Shankar.

Acclaimed French jazz violinist Didier Lockwood, disciple of the legendary Stephane Grappelli, dies aged 62
Entertainment

Acclaimed French jazz violinist Didier Lockwood, disciple of the legendary Stephane Grappelli, dies aged 62

Lockwood, who turned 62 on 11 February, died early on Sunday morning. The night before his death, he had performed at Paris jazz venue Bal Blomet.

Noted French violinist Didier Lockwood, disciple of Stephane Grappelli, dies at 62
Life

Noted French violinist Didier Lockwood, disciple of Stephane Grappelli, dies at 62

Didier Lockwood, who turned 62 one week previously on 11 February, had performed at Paris jazz venue Bal Blomet the night before his death.

Violin virtuoso Dr L Subramaniam on how Indian classical music took on the world stage
Life

Violin virtuoso Dr L Subramaniam on how Indian classical music took on the world stage

Dr L Subramaniam is an internationally renowned violinist and composer, who has collaborated with legendary musicians across the world.

Violin that played as Titanic sank fetches over $1.6 mn at auction
World

Violin that played as Titanic sank fetches over $1.6 mn at auction

The sea-corroded instrument, now unplayable, is thought to have belonged to bandmaster Wallace Hartley, who was among the disaster's more than 1,500 victims.

IBM building world’s largest drive with capacity of 120 million GB
News & Analysis

IBM building world’s largest drive with capacity of 120 million GB

If you thought your PC at home with 6TB of drives was mighty impressive, think again. IBM is working on a 120PB (petabyte) drive, which quite definitely is

IBM, Violin Develop Storage System Capable of 5GB/s Transfer Rate
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IBM, Violin Develop Storage System Capable of 5GB/s Transfer Rate

IBM may not be in the picture, but there’s definitely some development in the storage medium space.