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ARE YOU GAME?
Singing a new tune
This age is producing the best music, says Sonu Nigam in an interview
Chords & Notes
IF YOU are a Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan fan, then clearly, you would not like this tape too much. But for those in the remix circuit, there is some hope. "Aaja Mahi" on Side A is a peppy track while the electro mix "Pyar pyar" and funk club mix ...
Football referee Komaleeswaran Sankar does Chennai proud with his achievements at international matches. A profile
Lessons in spin bowling
Former Test cricketers Maninder Singh and Raghuram Bhat talk about the game as it is played by today's youngsters
Did you know?
Chandu Sarwate (in picture) and Shute Banerjee added 249 runs for the last wicket for the Indians against Surrey at the Oval in 1946. The partnership remains unique in first class cricket in that it is the only time Number 10 and Number 11 have ...
A treat of custard apple
Sample these custard apple recipes
WITH INDEPENDENCE Day just round the corner, you have every reason to visit Fabindia (Ilford House, 3, Woods Road), where a Khadi Exhibition is on till August 14, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Khadi, the very word brings to mind images of Gandhiji and the ...
Laughter, the best medicine
"VASOOLRAJA MBBS" is releasing worldwide today after all the legal hassles have been sorted out and the film being cleared by the censors with a `U' certificate. According to its director Saran: "It is not a scene-to-scene remake of `Munnabhai ...
REAL-LIFE ROMANCES are spilling on to the big screen. First off the block is "Kyon Ho Gaya Na" releasing this Friday where Vivek Oberoi and Aishwarya Rai come together for the first time in reel life. Next week, we have Kareena Kapoor and Shahid ...
Man vs. machine
ABOUT TWO years ago director Shankar wanted to do "Robo", a film set in Chennai of 2200 about how robots would take over the city and the efforts of a brave cop to thwart their designs. Call it sheer coincidence, Australian director Alex Proyas ...
Smacks of chauvinism
THE DECISION of the Karnataka Film Producers Association (KFPA) not to allow simultaneous release of non-Kannada films, mainly English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu, smacks of chauvinism. Bangalore, the IT capital, is emerging as one of the biggest ...
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