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Australian artist Anna Bonshek's multimedia video/sound installation Project Reverie is on show at DakshinaChitra till April 30
Lens view of life
A retrospective of Nicolas Philibert, the French docu-story teller, at the Alliance Francaise, will showcase some of his best works
THE DESIGN Store presents its new range of furniture from Tessaract. The Bauhaus range comprises sofas, lounge chairs, dining and dressing tables and serving trolleys. The chrome, leather and glass finishes give the range a sleek, futuristic ...
Life's a blast
Sushma Reddy aka Jill of many trades in an interview during her recent visit to the city...
Through highs and lows
Some of the best entries to the Banff Mountain Film Festival were screened recently in the city
THIS SUMMER, Main Street at The Residency Towers, T. Nagar, is offering various dishes that are refreshing and cool. There is a choice of soups and salads besides an elaborate vegetarian and non-vegetarian main course. In the soup section, ...
Where health food is tasty
The newly opened Citrus at Hotel Savera, boasts of a health menu designed by Karen Anand
Beauty comes in circles
Bangle stores in the city have an enticing range for shoppers
Best of Brazil
Get a glimpse of Latin American cinema with six films to be screened over three days
To have more
EVER HEARD of a person in a documentary film suing the maker for a share in the profits? Georges Lopez, the village schoolmaster in Nicolas Philibert's "To Be and To Have" (2002), has done just that, demanding 250,000 Euros for the "violation of ...
IF THERE was a question on who the most popular sports quiz master in Tamil Nadu is, the answer would be Dr. Sumanth Raman who hosts BSNL's "Sports Quiz" (DD Podhigai, Monday, 9 p.m.). It is a live phone-in-programme, where viewers and sports ...
SAHARA MANORANJAN has launched a talent hunt called `Mr and Ms Bollywood' to discover at least 30 potential film stars. The hunt is to showcase the talent of unknown boys and girls who are knocking on the doors of tinseldom. To guide the hunt, an ...
The business of politics
IS THE business channel CNBC trying to cash in on the great Indian election bazaar? The channel has recently started two political shows, a daily one hosted by Karan Thapar and a weekends interview programme with M. J. Akbar. Both these are ...
The spoof shows
SHEKHAR SUMAN'S "Movers And Shakers" has inspired so many regional channels to make similar programmes. There are three such shows in Malayalam, two each in Tamil and Kannada. In Telugu, the newly launched news channel TV 9 has started "J for ...
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