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Flabby arms and forearms?
EXERCISE Reverse Curl helps sportspersons and those who need to build arm strength
Hip hop for your heart’s sake
At the end of a CARDIO HIP HOP session, PRINCE FREDERICK realised that here was the way to a healthy heart
Sport A tournament for corporates to foster team spirit
‘It’s a good time to be in India’
For American Patrick Nadol, Chennai is full of nice places
THE RELUCTANT GOURMET
Soft and creamy sondesh
Chena lends itself to a variety of dishes. And Vineeta Jatia specialises in sondesh, a Bengali sweet
Oyster fried prawns
Plump and juicy inside, crisp and golden outside, this is a hot favourite on the menu at the popular Fisherman’s Fare. Though the menu here is changed regaluarly for die-hard loyalists, this dish ihas become a constant. Its secret? ...
Great Wall of Chocolate
Preheat the oven to 350 degree F. Lightly butter two 9-inch round cake pans. Line the bottom of the pans with circles of butter paper. Dust the sides of the pans with flour and tap out the excess.
In a microwave-safe bowl, melt the ...
My five - Deepu Leander
“Imagine there’s no heaven . . . no hell . . . no countries . . . no religion . . . no possessions . . . imagine a brotherhood of man” — and it did so in a beguiling and haunting way. The song was a prayer, the most ...
A flat Italian bread seasoned with olive oil and herbs. Related to the pizza, but not quite the same, foccacia can be topped with olives, onions, tomatoes, meat and cheese. The basic ingredients are flour, oil, salt and yeast; the kneaded dough ...
South East Asian aromas
Get a taste of the cuisines from this region at The Raintree, Alwarpet
More wizardry for Potter fans
Order Rowling’s latest work “The Tales of Beedle the Bard”
Inside the Gurlz Club
Ten-year-old Samiya Khan unveils a mystery in her debut novel
Taj Mahal goes global
Akbar Khan’s “Taj Mahal” is all set for screening at festivals
Oye! she’s lucky
Neetu Chandra on her role in "Oye Lucky, Lucky Oye"
Bollywood’s showman Subhash Ghai is back after the disastrous “Kisna”, and all eyes are on this film that brings together real-life couple Salman Khan and the lissome Katrina Kaif on screen after a gap. A story about three ...
A unique dialogue
Bombay Jayashri and T.M. Krishna shared the platform to deliver a jugalbandi of Carnatic music
“Kahe Kabira” by Sriram Parasuram and Prahlad Singh Tipaniya. The concert introduces a new format of Malwa folk music and Indian classical music. Jugalbandi alternates with sawal jawab as the artistes maintain their individual ...
Follow chef Kylie Kwong as she rediscovers her Chinese heritage
The story of India
In this series, historian and narrator Michael Wood will embark on an exhilarating journey through India to uncover the sights and sounds, the achievements and the dramatic history of the oldest, richest and most influential civilisation. ...
Renowned magician Dr. Alexander performs on “Mayalogam”
Westside goes designer
Fashion Choose from Corporate, After Work and Evening wear
Holiday in a mango grove
This is one place where you don’t want to stay indoors; not because the rooms are bad, but because the surroundings are sheer magic.
Overlooking the Western Ghats, this resort is nestled inside 25 acres of mango orchard, enticing ...
Fabindia conducts an organic food tasting festival. The range of products includes rice, wheat flour, sweeteners, herbs, pickles, jams, tea, coffee, spices, pasta, fruit concentrates, sauces, seasonings etc. The products include certified ...
As many as 40 crafts persons from different States showcase their creations in an exhibition titled “Tribla”. Dhokraware, brass figurines, Madhubani and Orissa silk paintings and Worli art will be on display. A discount of 20 per ...
Artist Lahira’s collection of abstracts in acrylic “Rising Rhythm” is on display. The works are inspired by her passion for music.
Address 5, Murrays Gate Road, ...
Ready to rock
Under the German Foreign Ministry’s “Schools: Partners for the Future” German rock band Nultarif will perform in the city. The concert is organised by the Goethe-Institut Max Mueller Bhavan. Entry is free.
Learning the skills
Workshop On teaching and writing
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