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Herbal way to health
IN AN attempt to create awareness about the significance of natural and herbal products, Satt International Exhibitions and Events is organising "Naturally 2004" from April 9 to 11 at Hotel New Woodlands, Radhakrishnan Salai. On display will ...
Art of the possible
J. Robinson is on a mission to transcribe the Bible into works of art
Bollywood goes hot
BOLLYWOOD'S DREAM merchants have stumbled upon another money-spinning formula, a mix of glamour and oomph, mainly for multiplex audiences made on low budgets. It all started when the Bipasha Basu-John Abraham starrer "Jism" with a bold theme went ...
DIRECTOR TEJA is a brand among the cinegoers and the trade in Andhra Pradesh. He makes formulaic love stories with new faces on shoestring budgets, which become mega hits. This week Teja's bilingual "Jai" in Telugu and "Jai Ram" in Tamil is ...
WILL MAMMOOTTY endorse Coca-Cola in Kerala? As talks between the superstar and the cola company are in an advanced stage, there has been a furore among social activists and Left sympathisers in the State. The A. K. Antony Government had been ...
In a fix
THIS SUMMER will see the release of two Vijay films, "Udaya" and "Gilli". "Gilli," produced by A. M. Ratnam and directed by Dharani, is a Rs. 15-crore extravaganza, scheduled for release on April 9. But now a spanner has been thrown in the ...
Reema Lagoo, the much sought-after screen mom, talks to SHALINI UMACHANDRAN about her return to theatre and more
Chords & Notes
FOR THE remake of the Tamil film (also called by the same name) Himesh Reshammiya scores music for eight songs and his effort is just above average. The first is the chunri song (present in "Tere Naam" too) Sarki ...
A TREAT awaits chaat lovers in the city at Aqua, the poolside café at The Park. Chef Bilas Pundit has been specially flown in from Kolkata to create some mouth-watering phuchkas, churmur, batata puri, aloo dum, bhel puri and dahi phuchkas. The ...
WHILE THE Kannadigas and Telugus were busy celebrating Ugadi, the Sindhi community in Chennai ushered in Chetti Chand, the Sindhi New Year. The Sufi Dar temple on Radhakrishnan Salai wore a festive look, its walls adorned with the sacred red ...
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