Small talk

After rocking Mumbai and Ahmedabad,the rock band Tungzten,will be in the city on February 22 at the Flame University,Lavale to promote the music of their new upcoming album.

Written by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published:February 19, 2009 3:31 am

Rock On!

After rocking Mumbai and Ahmedabad,the rock band Tungzten,will be in the city on February 22 at the Flame University,Lavale to promote the music of their new upcoming album. Says Sheetal Kulkarni,of the band,”We cannot confine our music and say we play a particular genre of music. We incorporate music elements melodic metal,hard rock,blues and ballet. Our primary influences are Val Halen and Iron Maiden,which we used to earlier play at concerts as covers. However now we play all originals. After our first album we began work on other original pieces. Some of the songs that we do plan to play now include Atlas,Alive Again and Dispair Undone.” The band line up has Sheetal on the lead guitars and back up vocals,Abhijit on vocals and bass,Dhananjay on drums and Kaustubh on Keyboards. They will be performing again on March 2 at Not Just jazz By the Bay,in E-Square.

Bottle’s up

Recycling and reusing have become buzzwords in today’s environmentally aware generation. Aman Setu,Madhavi Kapur’s new school in Wagholi,under its ecology teacher Saurabh,has been constantly experimenting with eco friendly methods of construction. This time the school is planning to build a wall for the office using recycled soft drink bottles. They plan to use 1.5 litre Coke,Pepsi,Sprite and 7up bottles for the construction of the wall. They need a few thousand bottles so please keep the ones you use and discard so effortlessly and instead send them to the school so they can recycle them for the construction of the wall.

Game for it

Pune witnessed the top strata of corporate leaders and honchos in town recently when the International School of Business and Media (ISB&M) celebrated the 7th convocation programme of its students of the batch 2006-08. During the ceremony,several awards were given to deserving students,as an appreciation of the hard work put in for achieving their goals. On the occasion,about 2000 students,scholars and academicians were present. Nobel laureate professor Robert Autmann was the chief guest for the evening. Autmann spoke about the Game Theory and shared his life experiences during his interaction with students. “We must go where our curiosity leads us,where we want to go. Eventually,it is sure to lead us to the beautiful,the important and the useful,” he said.

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