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Prima donna of pop
The gregarious Usha Uthup, an unlikely pop star, talks to RAYAN ROZARIO about her passion for music and what motivates her.
Voice Your Views : Privatisation in transport sector

Privatisation is the order of the day and handing over the maintenance of bus stands to private parties is a good idea, feel our readers. But, tread with caution, they say.


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Bountiful titles
Coimbatore girls return with a clutch of titles from the Miss South India contest.
Eating Out

Food for thought
Regional cuisine from across the country wows guests and initiates a dialogue on marketing Coimbatore better
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REVIVING traditional games
Kids are reintroduced to traditional games at a leisure store.
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