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    Electro nights  
    March 20 | Bengaluru Marriott Whitefield
    Head of to Bengaluru Marriott Whitefield for the first of the DJ nights. Kicking off the weekly event is a glamorous launch party at M Bar, with DJ Ivan taking over the console. Try their exotic cocktails such as lemongrass chilli gin and spicy mojito, nibble on tandoori, Oriental and Continental bar snacks too. Rs.1,800 for two. At Whitefield. Details: 49435000

    Starting afresh1
    March 21 | Sheraton
    Celebrate the Deccan New Year today with a feastat Sheraton. Typical delights like plantain bhajji, pongal, vadai, lemon rice and the sinful fried potatoes, and other Indian delicacies will be part of the buffet. Plus, live stations and a separate dessert counter with Indian sweets. Hosted at Feast, you can expect the line up to match the name. At Brigade Gateway,
    Rajajinagar. Details: 42521000

     

    Spark a genius
    March 23 | Amazon.in
    India’s leading kids tablet maker Eddy teams up with Cartoon Network to bring out what is considered the world’s first Creativity Tablet for children. With pre-loaded activities, apps and videos designed to nurture creativity, the tablet combines the best of technology and content. Parents, don’t fret as hundreds of books and learning games are also part of the package. Targeted at children aged three and above, the two tablets run on Android 4.2.2 with an overlay of Eddy’s proprietary Athena OS. Rs.8,999 upwards. Only on Amazon.in and eddytablet.com

    The Djokovic hour2
    March 25 | Seiko Boutique
    Seiko launches the Astron GPS Solar Chronograph – Novak Djokovic Limited Edition. With GPS controlled time and zone adjustment plus a calendar correct to the year 2100, it’s made from stainless steel with a rose-gold color coating and ceramic bezel. The back is engraved with the world number one’s name, signature and the watch’s exclusive serial number. At Rs.1.65 lakh you could be one of only 2,500 people to own this beauty. At UB City. Details: 41636912

     

    Now showing3
    March 20 | PVR Cinemas
    A retelling of the classic Cinderella, Lily James plays the young Ella whose merchant father marries again leaving her with a cruel new stepmother (Cate Blanchett) and two step-sisters. But things go horribly wrong when her father dies, and the step-family begins to treat her badly. Then she meets a dashing stranger, Prince Kit (Richard Madden), her hopes and dreams once again shine through. Watch out for a Helena Bonham Carter as a unique fairy godmother.

     

    Keep it real
    March 22 | Alliance Francaise
    Director Saad Khan’s creation comes back to town, and this is your chance to watch the updated The Improv. A theater performance that takes cues and topics from the audience, to make sure it’s not even remotely practiced, actors create on-the-spot hilarious situations based on the creativity of the audience. Realistic and energetic, you’re in for a treat with this one. Rs.800. Starts at 8 pm, at Vasanth Nagar. Details: 40808181

    Penultimate test
    March 24 | Cricket
    Today sees the first of the semi-final clashes of the 2015 ICC World Cup. All eyes will be on our Men In Blue, should they make it this far. Currently ranked second, India are just behind Australia in the rankings. If we win, we’ll snatch the top spot, though Australia and New Zealand might be tough to beat, especially on home turf. Watch the action live from Eden Park, Auckland on Sony Six at 6.30 am. Details: icc-cricket.com

    Last standCRICKET-AUS-ENG-ODI
    March 20 | Kynkyny Art
    For the past few years, Vivek Radhakrishnan has designed unique pieces for Kynkyny Home. As curtains close on the solid wood furniture line, the last pieces will be on sale until March 27. You can buy bar cabinets, trolleys and coffee tables, for a 30 per cent discount before you then feast your eyes on their next project – contemporary Indian art. `30,000 upwards. At Infantry Road. Details: 40926202

     

    Rock on
    March 26 | Vapour
    SuperMash, a five-piece gang of the city’s pioneering rockers – Akshay Myer (vocals), Sruthi Soundararajan (keyboard), Mark Escottee (guitars), Moses Kumar (drums), Suneil Gupta (bass), pays tribute to some of the great acts and bands of the 80s— Whitesnake, Queen, Deep Purple, Van Halen, Dio, Dream Theatre, Petra and Def Leppard. Expect catchy tunes and high-energy performances. Cover charge Rs.600. Details: bookmyshow.com

     

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