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Monday, January 12, 2009
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Teeming with memories
Filmmaker S. Krishnaswamy’s office is a treasure trove of his eventful life
A taste of Karma
Chill out at Karma Café and contemplate the merits of saving the planet vs. the qualities of comfort food
Movie buffs can see more of Aamir Khan
Always knew something’s wrong with this Emraan Hashmi dude. Now, he goes ahead and proves it. Apparently, he loves waking up every morning to the spooky music of his forthcoming film “Raaz — The Mystery Continues”. ...
One designer who has been lying rather low despite dressing up the dandies is Shaahid Amir. He burst into the scene with Aamir Khan’s roadside Romeo look in “Rangeela” (remember the yellow shirt and trousers to match?!) and went ...
TV and I?
If Madhur Bhandarakar were an actor in a television soap, that question would have resounded three times with the camera trying to capture his shocked expression from three different angles.
But then, thank God for small mercies. While ...
Nat Geo looks into the secrets of the universe
Catch the Fifa World Player Gala 2008 on ESPN
For the elderly
The travel bug can bite at any age. Here’s what you can do to make a trip in your sunset years a pleasant experience
Can also be fun. Childhood friends can get together and on the path to spirituality, reconnect with each other.
So what if you can’t head out of the city? Get on an a/c bus or first ...
Planning a must
Short tours to a single destination are ideal. They ensure you are not drained out.
Opt for moderate climes. The elderly find it difficult to adjust to extreme temperatures. ...
Inform close friends and family about your whereabouts, and leave contact numbers with them
While booking hotel accommodation, try and get rooms on the ground floor
If you have health issues and can’t stay hungry for ...
It’s a trip back to childhood for Kausalya Santhanam who takes in the sights and sounds of this beachside treat
A forgotten town
Once the seat of power and renowned for its riches, Warangal is a pale shadow of its former self
You won’t forget a trip to this city in a hurry
Artsans Group organises an exhibition of arts and crafts. Available are Jaipur paintings, bronze idols, furniture, wooden panels,salwar kurtas, bed spreads, ghagra cholis and more.
Venue: Jayashri Kalayana Mandapam, 5, Kalakshetra ...
Forum Art Gallery presents ’Lining the Streets’, the life and living on a Chennai Street. It features the works of A.V. Illongo, Biswajit Balasubramanian and Ranjitha Ashok.
Venue: Forum Art Gallery, 57, Padmanabha Nagar, ...
Cappuccino, the 24-hour restuarant at Sheraton Park, offers Locavore selection that brings a host of locally grown dining options such as pumpkin gnocchi, banana flower cutlet and tamarind prawn kebab and more
Venue: Sheraton ...
The healing touch
An interactive session and lecture demonstration on World Reiki Day
Meet R. Shanmugam, who works magic on wood with his eye for detail
The Indian experience
Tennis champ Rainer Schuettler on butter chicken, the nice people he’s met, and more
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