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A DIFFERENT kind of eating experience is what you get at South Parade, the 24-hour restaurant at The Chancery on Lavelle Road. South Parade is what today's M.G. Road was called in the days of the British Raj, and the restaurant practically ...
Unlike traffic managers elsewhere, Mr. Kamaraja likes his work to be known less by figures of fines collected than by the reduction of road deaths and actual number of accidents.
Advertisements weren't the main reason for the popularity of our sweets since canvassing was merely done by word-of-mouth.
LAKSHMI BALAKRISHNAN talks to the Dream Girl's `little girl' to keep track of her career in Bollywood.
THE WEATHER is just getting perfect. There's chill in the air. Light and once in a while heavy showers to go with it. With cool breeze wafting across the city, the palate pleads for some hot, sizzling and spicy stuff. If the idea fits your ...
Soon to get married to Indrajit, son of the late actor, Sukumaran, Poornima Mohan spoke of her career, love-life and aspirations to John L. Paul.
"During week-ends, they go around shopping establishments to prevailupon them to eschew use of plastics. They provide the establishments with paper bags"
It has been a long and patient wait for the recipient of this year's State award for background music, Kaithaprom Viswanathan. He shares his thoughts with G. Hari Sundar
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