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Monday, February 19, 2007
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The Halle records
The Francke Foundation of Halle, Germany, which played a significant role in sending out Bartholomaeus Ziegenbalg 300 years ago, and his successors in the years that followed, to establish and nurture the Danish-Halle and English-Halle Protestant ...
Bernadotte at Cuddalore
The Honorary Consul for Sweden, Stina Vasu, sends me a third story about Sgt. Bernadotte (Miscellany, January 29). This story has it that he was taken prisoner in 1783, when Lally and Tipu Sultan stormed Fort St. David, Cuddalore, and was then ...
The postman knocked
Reader Dr. K. Radhakrishnan, referring to my mention of Kesari Kuteeram, where the Music Academy functioned for a while in the 1940s (Miscellany, January 29), recalls the music classes of the Academy that he listened to in his grandfather’s ...
Care for your cat
What are the benefits of sterilising your cat? Read on to find out
Shakespeare goes desi
"Hamara Shakespeare" brings to Chennai-ites three works of the playwright in Indian languages
Digital film fest
The second edition of Chennai's digital short film festival, MAD Film Fest 2006 concluded recently. A total of 15 selected short films were screened. The film that took away the top honours was "Kannampoochi" (Hide and Seek), a children's film by ...
Toast of the nation
Remo Fernandes on his music, Goa and his recent Padma Shri award
All that's cream and green
Here's yet another option for vegetarians Cream Centre in R.A. Puram
Treat at home
New offer from Pizza Hut
Try out some recipes from Karnataka at Savera
A journey through China
Take a trip to China on Discovery Travel and Living Channel
The latest trend in Bollywood and Kollywood is to remake old hits. A similar trend is witnessed in television with that highly popular "Karamchand," (telecast on Doordarshan in 1985) being remade with the same team. Remember Karamchand, the ...
A city that never sleeps
Shopping or sightseeing, this is the right place to be in, says SUDHISH KAMATH
ROAD LESS TRAVELLED
Drop dead gorge!
It leaves you with haunting memories, writes SUBHA J RAO
My kind of place
I discovered this ocean of beauty two years ago when I went there on a holiday with my family. Each resort is an island by itself. So staying in a resort means experiencing life on an island, away from blaring horns, buzzing malls, bustling ...
Biligiri Rangaswamy Temple Wildlife Sanctuary
The Biligiri Rangaswamy Temple wildlife sanctuary (BRT) is spread over an area of 540 sq.km. Located at the eastern most edge of the Western Ghats, it is an important link between the Western and Eastern Ghats. The hills are in the Yelandur taluk ...
Bag it right!
Choosing the right bag matters a lot while travelling
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