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The books that have left a deep impact on me: The first book I remember reading was Sheldon's "Bloodline". Among others, Richard Feynman's "Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman" was interesting. I enjoy the poetry of Vairamuthu and am glad ...
Feast of colour and sound
Students of Chettinad Vidyashram will bring alive the story of Karna today and tomorrow
Shubha weaves a magic spell
Clear sies but it rained music inside the Kamaraj Auditorium, thanks to Shubha Mudgal
Discover the splendour of Seoul
An interesting mix of temples, tall buildings and trendy bars, writes ANAND SANKAR
Raising a stink?
Toilet travails of an avid traveller are aplenty. Read on to find out...
Go trekking on Nature's trail
A waterfall and a wealth of wildlife, writes SUBHA J RAO
MY KINDA PLACE
I am a travel freak, but not the kind who likes to go to the same place year after year. Quite like cooking up new flavours, it's great fun to discover places too. My work takes me around the globe. And I feel there's something nice about each ...
DEAL OF THE WEEK
Package: Special travel packages in association with various travel aganets, including five-days and four nights ones available from Rs. 16,999 upward. Valid till January 2, 2006. Attractions: The `Christmas In The Tropics' event. ...
Wandoor National Park
Also known as the Mahatma Gandhi National Marine Park, this is India's best marine park. Established in 1983 to protect corals and sea turtles, the park consists of 15 islands off the southwestern coast of southern Andaman, 30km from Port Blair. ...
Safe and sound
Any musician will tell you musical instruments tend to be expensive. Even if you are a rock star, a crushed saxophone will sound like a crushed saxophone. Here are a few tips on how to keep your musical treasures safe and sound while ...
Listen to Sonu Nigam live on December 10 at the Nehru Indoor Stadium
A fine prelude
The curtain raiser to The Other Festival will feature a flute-piano recital, the high point of which is a composition by an Indian
Sujith Koshy, a businessman, wants people to travel on eco-friendly bicycles
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