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Bye granny, hello summer camp
Old Josephites will sigh remembering their days cycling to the lovely arched and woody college premises on Residency Road. However, the imposing stone structure has been declared unsafe, and the college now has a new location.
Does a child need to be taught painting? No. Every child loves to play with colours, and this innate urge only needs to be gently shaped, as the exhibition of children's art at Max Mueller Bhavan illustrates.
AS YOU rise above the grime and dirt of the C.M.H. Road, 100-ft junction, you reach a peaceful Zen ambience, one that has been incorporated into an exclusive North Indian restaurant. Chezaliyah (pronounced "Shay aliyah''. is another experiment ...
NEELAM KAPUR has always loved designing clothes, long before she came to have formal training in textiles. It was her flair for creating unusual and eye-catching ethnic wear that made her take a few courses in designing and sharpen her ...
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