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Reaching out — step by step
With growing popularity, the Chidambram Natyanjali festival is being organised in other districts too. Deepa H Ramakrishnan reports
Nutrition

The A to Z on almonds
Almonds can be consumed round the year, as they have been found to help combat lifestyle diseases
Dance

TAKE TWO
`Why dance to the gallery?'

Books

In tiger territory
Prerna Singh Bindra's book "The King and I" claims to take a new approach to writing about wildlife
City Lights

Metro Mail
I read MetroPlus regularly and cannot wait till Saturday to get the updates. I really love reading about Pondicherry, since I'm now living outside India. But I would like to see more articles on Pondicherry. The article `Another Plus' was moving. ...
Lifestyle

Bare facts and figures
WIN's Calendar Girls 2006 draws attention to vital statistics about health
Arts & Crafts

Romancing India
Olaf Van Cleef talks about his twin passions — India and painting
Cinema

Audio launch
With just one film, Vishnuvardhan, director of "Arindhum Ariyamalum", rewrote the rules of Tamil commercial cinema and joined the big league. The runaway hit was slickly made and its songs were popular. Vishnu's latest film "Pattiyal" with the ...


Captain is back
After a long gap, a film starring Vijaykanth is all set to hit the screens this week. All eyes are on "Sudesi", produced under Vijaykanth's home banner Captain Cine Creations, as the action thriller with a strong message could pave the way for ...
Novel role
After the critical acclaim he received for his performance as an Alzheimer's patient in "Tanmatra", Mohanlal is now playing a carpenter in "Rasathantram" for director Sathyan Anthikkad. The film, shot in the beautiful locales of Moolamattum in ...
Making hay
All Tamil films released in February are floundering at the box-office, while other language films are making hay. "The Chronicles of Narnia" dubbed into Tamil has stormed the Tamil Nadu box-office with 48 prints. It had a better opening than the ...
Telewatch

Spice girl
Pooja Ramachandran is the new VJ for SS Music
Music

New sound, global appeal
Meet Suphala, tabla player, who has come up with a new album
Keeping pace with the ustad
The tabla is a whole galaxy to be explored and discovered, says Ustad Zakir Hussain
Cuisine

Tangy and tasty
Here is a unique prawn dish that goes well with potato chutney
Green Notes

Mmm... It's so fragrant!
Ylang-ylang flowers are used in aromatherapy and to make perfumes
Health

Ouch! It hurts
Women are more likely to consult a doctor than men, says a study
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