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Can't SKIRT this
Long or short, pencil or pleated, skirts are hot this season. T. KRITHIKA REDDY tracks the hemlines as they rise and fall
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Away from the waves
Why did Kutraleeswaran quit marathon swimming which gave him name and fame?
Cuisine

Irresistible idlis
APOORVA SANGEETHA, III Avenue, Anna Nagar (near Kandasamy College) has come up with an Idli Mela. Other than the traditional South Indian idlis you can enjoy 22 other idli varieties. The most popular among them are jackfruit idli, kadubu and ...
Spicy additions
MARRYBROWN HAS added two new burgers to its menu — Chilli Cheese Burger (cottage cheese patty flavoured with green chillies and spices, deep fried and dressed with a mix of lettuce, cabbage and chilli mayonnaise) and Chicken Tikka Burger ...
Events

Musical evening
Canadian pianist Mira Sundara Rajan will perform on June 6
Snapshots of a city
It's urban Chennai that has been captured by students at a photography workshop held at Alliance Francaise
Entertainment

Saif gets serious
YASH CHOPRA-produced Kunal Kohli-directed "Hum Tum" releasing this Friday is Saif Ali Khan's solo-hero film where he is paired with the `queen' of hearts, Rani Mukherji. Saif after his hugely successful comedy stint in `Dil Chahta Hai" and "Kal ...
Man versus Nature
DURING THE 1970s there was a genre called "disaster movies" in Hollywood, which was extremely popular in India. "The Poseidon Adventure" and "The Towering Inferno" ran for more than 25 weeks in Madras. Now special effects `guru' and "Independence ...
Lord of the rings!
THESE DAYS mobiles do not ring, they sing! Downloading ring tones is the latest craze among the youth. Though Bollywood numbers are the "cool" thing, Tamil tunes are equally in demand. For the mobile user, it is like the top ten as he changes the ...
Ajit in an ad
AJIT WHO has hitherto refused to endorse products has finally decided to do a commercial with Nestle India for its Sunrise coffee. The 60-second commercial will also feature Simran and highlight how the coffee inspires a youth to express his love ...
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