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Music sans frontiers
Pakistan's Junoon and India's Moksha are all set to rock the city soon. PRINCE FREDERICK reports
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Lifestyle

G-gap? Take it cool
Informality is now the watchword when it comes to relationship between parents and children...
Fashion

Watch out for Spiderman!
WITH SPIDERMAN 2 all set to hit the screens countrywide, LifeStyle is offering kids Spidey merchandise that will get them into the Spidey groove. The Kid's Section at LifeStyle has a range of exciting, exclusive Spidey merchandise. T-shirts in ...
Sport

Winning stroke
A profile of J. Agnishwar, a promising young swimmer
The game never ends!
C. L. Nithyanandam has the rare distinction of being one of the very few to have officiated in two sports, badminton and table tennis, at the highest level
DID YOU KNOW?
In taking six for 226 in England's only innings at Lord's in 1974 Bishen Bedi became the first bowler to concede 200 runs in a Test at the game's headquarters. ...
Eating Out

Power meal is here
EXECUTIVE CHEF Ramesh Javvaji packs a punch in his menu at the on-going "Power Lunch", a buffet spread, at the Shanghai Club, Chola Sheraton. The focus here is on regional, national and international dishes. The specially created menus, which ...
Shopping

Gold or glitter?
Even if the designs are outdated, it depends on how you carry them off, says Shobana
Events

Support through song
Yesteryear hits will come alive at a fund-raiser in the city on July 25
Music and mirth
It was an evening of joy and excitement at Music Academy where children came together for Sing Along
Entertainment

Spidey spreads his web!
"SPIDERMAN-2", WHICH has raked in $301.7 million in 19 days at the U.S. box-office, has become the second fastest film in history to reach the triple century mark, just one day more than the record holder "Shrek-2". Now "Spiderman-2" spreads his ...
Big crunch
FORTY-ONE Tamil films have been released in the first half of the year with "Autograph" and "Ghilli" turning out to be blockbusters, and "Virumaandi" and "Peralagan" breaking even for the distributors. But the bad news is that nearly 23 films, ...
Sleaze rules
IN BOLLYWOOD, there has been an overdose of sleaze this year with the release of films such as "Murder", "Jaago" and "Girlfriend". All these films feature "bare-dare" starlets whose attitude seems to be "Have body, will flaunt"! Neha Dhupia, ...
Changing tack
DILEEP, THE comedy superstar of Malayalam, is changing tack to do an art film with the aim of winning a National Award. It is only in Kerala that all superstars — Mammootty, Mohanlal and Suresh Gopi — have bagged awards at the ...
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