SINGAPORE - Thaipusam will once again move to the beat this year.
Percussion instruments - including Hindu-style drums like the thavil, dhol and khol - will be allowed to be played by devotees at the annual event for the first time since 1973 when the playing of all music was banned at it after fights between competing groups.
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