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Saturday, December 11, 2004
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Herb of health
Wonder herb celery is used by gourmets and fitness freaks
No VIP passes should be given on the Vaikunta Ekadasi day. Family members of police officers, government employees and officials must cooperate in this regard. For, issuing passes to the government servants and police department people would ...
"The role matters, not the medium or language," says Atul Kulkarni, whose two films are being shown at the IFFI
`There's divinity in beauty'
With your kind of figure, it is not too late to learn dance - Padma
There could be a silver lining if the Government offers sops to letter press owners, says M. BALAGANESSIN
VIJAY IS a happy man as it has been a fantastic year for him. And now producer Kalaipuli S. Thanu has managed to get top model-turned-actress Bipasha Basu and Genelia of "Boys" fame to play the heroines in his new film "Sachin" to be directed by ...
"JAYAM" RAVI, the young star of Tamil cinema, is starting work on his latest film "Mazhai", produced by S. P. Balasubramaniam. Like Ravi's two earlier hits, "Mazhai" too is a remake from "Varsham" that Telugu blockbuster which catapulted its lead ...
"Ocean" team is back
NO TWO ways about it, today Steven Soderbergh ("Sex, Lies and Videotape", "Erin Brokovich" and `Traffic") is considered one of the finest directors of American cinema, especially after his "Ocean 11" which revolved around Daniel Ocean (George ...
THE TAGLINE of "Musafir" makes no pretensions and says what the film is all about _ blood, money and sex. This time, "Kaante" fame Sanjay Gupta's "Musafir" is a take-off on Oliver Stone's 1997 erotic thriller "U Turn", featuring Sean Penn, ...
Click... for the sound of music
And now, there's a software which produces sounds of Indian musical instruments, including Carnatic
A riot of green
Valparai: physically and mentally invigorating, says SOMA BASU
Leisure `n' treasure
Reading habit among people is still alive, says S. GANESAN after a visit to the NCBH book exhibition in the city
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