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Glamour and Goodwill
Model, actress, film producer, foodie and now, the new informal ambassador to UNIFEM. Padma Lakshmi in conversation with T. KRITHIKA REDDY
Pets Care

Ready for a pet?
MOST OF us bring home a pet on impulse, without realising the lifestyle changes and commitment involved in keeping it. Trying to give the pet another home or ignoring its needs can be prevented if you can ask yourself a few questions: If ...
Arts & Crafts

Frames of fantasy
Organic forms juxtaposed with well-defined shapes, delicacy of brushwork and dense contours mark the works of Kamini Vellodi
Personality

Artistic duo
Prakash Raj and Prasanna: great chemistry on screen
Cinema

Suhasini gets real
SUHASINI MANI Ratnam is now doing "Ladies Junction," an offbeat show on Raj TV (Monday to Thursday, 6.30 p.m.). It is a travelling show where the actress talks about unsung women achievers from small towns in South India. Suhasini has ventured to ...


It's Cuban cinema now
THE INDO Cine Appreciation Foundation in association with the Embassy of the Republic of Cuba, New Delhi, and the Federation of the Film Societies of India, is organising a Cuban film festival from September 13-16, 6.15 p.m., at the South Indian ...
The puppet show
ONE OF the most entertaining programmes on Indian television is the satirical "Double Take" on NDTV. It's a puppet show of India's best known politicians, who speaks to the puppet anchor Prem Tarneja. The dolls used in the show are expensive ...
God's own channel
AND NOW, channels with spiritual and religious themes have made a foray into our homes. The Punjabi channel, ETC Punjabi, has significant religious content, which has become popular upcountry. In Thiruvananthapuram, the most popular programme is ...
Music

Blowing life into bamboo
Shakuhachi wizard John Kaizan Neptune and the city's String Quartet come together for a musical sojourn
Eating Out

Satisfying flavours
It is the food that scores at gioRgio in Besant Nagar
Drama

Friends take centre stage
Evam is ready with its next play, `The Odd Couple'
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