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Here comes the SUN
Welcome to the sunny side of style. T. KRITHIKA REDDY checks out the trends
Campus Notes

M for Mugging
Mind this `Matter'. This Month, March, is when this column reaches M. That's why the subtle alliteration with those capital Ms, Man! Mmmm ... Quick recap: After starting off Months ago with A for Assembly, B for Break and C for Canteen, every ...
Books

From book to audio
EVER SINCE A.P.J. Abdul Kalam became the President of India, his life story has been a source of inspiration for many youngsters. The son of a boat owner from Rameshwaram, a small town in South India, he rose by sheer dint of his efforts to win ...
Fitness

New DIMENSION to fitness
IF BRIGHTLY lit hoardings and big banners with incredibly blonde men and women gnashing their teeth, flexing their biceps and showing off their six-packs make you think of gyms and body building, its time you change your mind. Though most fitness ...
Voice Your Views : Is Chennai Shining?

THOUGH Chennai is on the right track, more needs to be done if it is to shine. The re-laying of roads, which is being done at night, to avoid inconvenience to the people, the work done by ONYX towards making the city clean, the prices of ...


Arts & Crafts

Brush with new-age hues
Lalit Kala Akademi's Regional Art Exhibition captures the art scene of South India
Personality

A new direction
Lawrence moves from choreography to direct a film with Nagarjuna
Theatre

Entertain 'em darling!
REMEMBER "CACTUS Flower", that Gene Saks-directed comedy starring Ingrid Bergman, Goldie Hawn and Walter Mathau? The film inspired theatre and TV artiste Vandana Sajnani to produce "Divorce Me Darling," an English play that was staged at the ...
Music

Viking is back
After a hat trick of hit albums, Bombay Vikings brings back its unique brand of Hinglish music
Good Food Line


Eating Out

Ladies lounge
THE RESIDENCY Towers, T. Nagar, has recently inaugurated a ladies lounge, "Prima Donna," where kitty parties can be held. Situated on Level 15, the lounge is designed to provide a warm and relaxed ambience. All you need to do is to invite your ...
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