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Monday, Jan 25, 2010
City colleges hold sway

Contests continue late into the night on third day of art festival

Alapuzha: Colleges from the State Capital continued their supremacy at the Kerala University Youth Festival, with a few colleges from the host town of Cherthala and a few from the host district of Alappuzha attempting to break Thiruvananthapuramís dominance, but without much success on Sunday.

Incidentally, the delays that marred the progress of the contests on Saturday were also a feature of the third day on Sunday.
Events that began on Saturday, including the Bharatanatyam competition for females, ended at 5 a.m. on Sunday.

With the contests continuing till the early hours, the audience was sparse, with only media personnel, a few friends and relatives of the contestants and organisers, apart from a few art enthusiasts, being the only presence in the massive pandal erected in front of the stage at Vayalar Ramavarma Nagar, the main venue. Actor Devan managed to draw a few rounds of applause as he turned up for the Open Forum on Sunday while Kailash, hero of the recent hit Malayalam movie, Neelathamara, was the attraction on Saturday.

The results that were declared on Sunday till 7 p.m. in the order of first, second and third are:

Tabla: Syamlal, SST College of Music, Thiruvananthapuram; Anaswara R., SN Institute of Ayurvedic Studies, Kollam; and Babu Krishna, SST College of Music.

Debate (Hindi): Mar Ivanios College, Thiruvananthapuram; TKM College of Engineering, Kollam; Government Medical College, Thiruvananthapuram.

Light Music (Female): Swathi K., Mar Ivanios College; Shilpa P., Government Medical College; and Priyadarsini M., Government Medical College.

Veena: Nisha Ponni, SST College of Music; Poornima K., Mar Ivanios College; and Aiswarya K. Murthy, Lourde Matha College, Thiruvananthapuram.

Percussion (Eastern): Ramji R.B., SST College of Music; Sree Sabareesan R., Naipunya College of Management, Cherthala; and Sachith K.V., S.N. College, Cherthala.

Mono Act (Female): Madhavi Chandran, All Saints College, Thiruvananthapuram; Radhika Narayanan, Mohandas College of Engineering, Thiruvananthapuram; Neethu P. SST College of Music.

Bharatanatyam (Female): Madhavi Chandran, All Saints College; Neethu S., TKM College of Engineering, Kollam; and Haripriya, Mar Ivanios College.

Skit: Mar Ivanios College; T.D. Medical College, Alappuzha; University College, Thiruvananthapuram.

Short Story Writing (Hindi): K.V. Vineeth, S.N. College, Kollam; Karunya Kailas, College of Engineering and Management Studies, Alappuzha; Chinnu R. NSS College, Cherthala.

Mimicry: Rejith R.S., FMNC, Kollam; Rahul Jayaram, Sree Buddha College of Engineering, Pattoor, Alappuzha; and Hareesh D.R., Government Medical College.

Ottanthullal: Radhika Narayanan, Mohandas College of Engineering; Madhavi Chandran, All Saints College; Gayathri Govind, Mar Baselios College of Engineering & Technology, Thiruvananthapuram.

Recitation (English): Thrupthi, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam and Aardra Chandramouli, SCT College of Engineering, Thiruvananthapuram; Achu Anna Mathew, Christian College, Chengannur.; Kezia Susan George, All Saints College.

Classical Music (Male): Srinath S., Mar Ivanios College; Sooraj S., Mar Ivanios College; Deepak Ramachandran, TKMM College, Nangiarkulangara, Alappuzha.

Mimicry (Female): Bindhuja, SST College of Music; Greeshma V.S., Christian College, Kattakada (Second); and Gayathri Vinod, Mar Baselios College of Engineering & Technology.
Courtesy: The Hindu
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