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A fresh lease of life
COOL AND chic, the summer collection from Shilpi spells comfort. Aimed at college students, the range is a blend of the traditional and the contemporary. Keeping in tune with changing trends, Shilpi has on offer a smart range of Indo-Westerns. ...
Charmaine Suares' keen sense of design and artistic flair give a distinct touch to her ceramic works, on display at Amethyst, till June 9.
Kaleidoscope Learning Center, a school for children with special needs, opens tomorrow at R. A. Puram, thanks to the efforts of Dr. Vasudha Prakash, a clinical psychologist with vast experience.
VEENA IS quite focussed on her artistic endeavour. An alumnus of the Fine Arts Department, the Stella Maris College, Chennai, she has spent several months in Kodaikanal preparing for the exhibition currently on at the Lalit Kala Akademi, till ...
Govind Nihalani talks about his latest film "Deham", which deals with the issue of trade in human organs, while on a recent visit to Chennai.
The forces are back
GEORGE LUCAS and his "Star Wars" franchises may have raked in billions of dollars, but somehow sci-fi movies never work in India. It is strange because the "Star Wars" episodes are based on the basic fight of good triumphing over evil, staple ...
Battle of Bhagat Singhs
THE BIG question being asked by moviegoers in North India is: "Which of the Bhagat Singhs are you seeing this Friday?" Three of them, Sunny and Bobby Deol's "23 March 1931: Shaheed", Raj Kumar Santhoshi's "The Legend of Bhagat Singh" and ...
Building a brand
THE MARKET is abuzz with rumours that the first of the many marketing rights of Rajnikanth's magnum opus "Baba" has been sold at a record price. According to the market buzz, theatrical rights for Karnataka have been sold for an unconfirmed Rs. ...
ARJUN'S STAR rose as he fell from cliffs and train tops, but when he did mature soft romantic roles the audience kept away. So 'Action King' Arjun is back directing "Ezhumalai", an all out action film, where he is a 'one-man army' against ...
THE FRENZY builds up every minute as the FIFA World Cup 2002 progresses. In India too, fans are glued to their TV sets. In Chennai, the excitement is palpable and several restaurants have thought of innovative ways to lure fans. Fisherman's ...
Summer camps flood city grounds
Cricket coaching is a serious business, where a certain amount of responsibility is called for on the part of the coach. But then, how many of the coaches update themselves regularly to keep up with the changes in the game?
The FIVB Development Centre in the city, set up in 1997, has been rated as one of the best in the world, thanks to the efforts of B. Sivanthi Adityan, the man behind the project.
It was an eye-opener for teachers from city schools who heard scientist A. P. J. Abdul Kalam at a workshop organised by the Akshar Educational Trust at the Suddhananda Vidyalaya, Uthandi, recently.
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