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Service is its motto
"You ring and we bring" seems to be the latest slogan of party organisers.
Thoughts in colour
Artist Veena Krishnakumar is exhibiting some of her paintings at the Lalit Kala Academy, Greams Road, 10.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m. The works, a reflection of "a journey of the inner self", will be on display at the Academy till June 8. ...
Ethnic Jewels, Mylapore, has organised an exhibition of traditional ornaments. The show is on till June 6.
STARTING THIS June, Cartoon Network perks up summer evenings with some captivating animation series available from across the globe "X-Men: Evolution" and "Justice League" will be launched on June 3 (5.30 p.m.) and June 4 (5.30 p.m.) ...
IF ONLY you stop to think about it, the monitor is, by far, the most important part of your Personal Computer. The processor chip may be the ticking heart of your system but the monitor is the face you stare at, day in and day out for ...
Banning, not the solution
THE TAMIL Nadu Plastics Manufacturers Association (TAPMA) recently conducted an evaluation of the proposed prohibition on `non-reusable' plastics. Plastics have become an integral part of our lives and are affordable and safe, especially for the ...
REWIND TO the late 1980s. That was when the Chettinadu cuisine started getting its due attention. Earlier to the rest of the world, why even rest of India, Southern cuisine was just a `madrasi' haze with idli, dosa, sambar and vadai. The ...
Going abroad for picturisation of songs has become part of mainstream cinema. And film producer Sriram and his crew went all the way to Syria, an exotic locale to shoot for "Samurai".
WHAT WAS it that was so special about Zeenat Aman? She was certainly a trendsetter - the first beauty contest winner and model to make it big on the silver screen. If your heart went 'dhak dhak' over "Satyam Shivam Sundaram", "Heera Panna", "Don" ...
Mastermind's third female winner
MASTERMIND INDIA is a woman, for the third time in four years. Archana Garodia Gupta from New Delhi, who is in the jewellery business, became the master quizzer in the May 23 telecast final on BBC World. The formidable Archana had chosen 'The ...
Asoka rides again
SO "ASOKA" didn't exactly set the box-office aflame. Its maker, Shah Rukh Khan, still has reason to smile since the film has been sold to STAR Plus, where the longer, uncut version is being serialised as a five-part series. The price has ...
World Cup woes to end
B4U WOKE up before any of the others and pulled off this coup of the terrestrial rights of the World Cup, since TEN Sports, the official telecasters have a limited presence in the country. And with the channel wars being fought so closely in ...
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