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Udupi: Manipal Girl Deeksha Tops ETV’s 'Yede Tumbi Haduvenu'


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Udupi, Nov 10: Deeksha Ramakrishna hailing from Manipal won the season's title of the 'best singer' in the just-concluded television singing competition, 'Yede Tumbi Haduvenu'   being telecast in ETV Kannada channel. In the final round held on Friday November 7 at Mysore, she emerged victorious. The title carries cash reward of two lac from ETV Kannada channel and Rs 25,000 from Canara Bank which sponsors the programme.

Deeksha received the title from veteran playback singer Padmabhushan Dr P Susheela.  The last two episodes of the TV programme will be aired on November 30 and December 7.

Deeksha was given special training from Raghavendra Acharya from Manipal for this specific contest. During the course of the competition, Deeksha rendered 20 songs, each of which drew lot of appreciation from the judges. Deeksha has also achieved highly in Bharatnatyam and Mohiniattam dance forms. In singing of lyrics, she bagged the state level first prize, as a child singer.

Deeksha, a ninth standard student in Udupi T A Pai English Medium high school, is the daughter of Yasha Ramakrishna, director of 'Hejjegejje' Manipal and Keremane Ramakrishna Hegde.


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