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Teachers, pause and ponder
TROUBLED WITH frequent backache and neck pain? Documentation Based Care (DBC) is here to relieve you from the strain. Dubbed as India's first spine-specific adaptive therapy, the concept was launched at the Apollo Health Care Centre, jointly by ...
Cheers to good health
Wine is said to lower the risk of heart disease and cancer in light drinkers. Consuming a glass or two everyday can lead to a healthy life.
Dhinakara Sundar's forte to paint on lotus leaves took him to Japan on a fellowship, where he learnt their ancient tradition of wood block printing and sumi painting. His creations are on show at the DBS Galleria from September 6 to 8.
It is just a question of a big knock in an important game for him to get back to the National side. Sadagopan Ramesh, who went through a turbulent phase last season, talks about his resurgence as a batsman.
Poised to peak
Table tennis player T. Pradeepa says her game has changed for the better after she landed a job in LIC recently. She has now set her sights on the National championship title.
Nearly 80 years after it was written, Pammal Sambandam Mudaliar's "Chandrahari" is to be performed by Koothu-P-Pattarai at its premises, from September 11.
In a recent show at Amethyst organised by Bodhi Records and Moca Café, the two-member band "Kashti" treated the musical cognoscenti of Chennai to several of their own compositions.
GANESHA, THE elephant god, is the most popular in the Hindu pantheon. What better occasion can there be to look for images of the God than Ganesh Chathurthi? There are people who collect Ganeshas in all mediums granite, plastic, metal, ...
THE ARKAYA Foundation and the Madras Management Association have arranged for a talk by Puduvai Meenakshi Devi Bhavanani, wife of Swami Gitananda Giri of Ananda Ashram, the International Centre for Yoga Education and Research, and Yoganjali ...
THE MADRAS English Association is organising a "Pageant of Comic Strip Super Heroes" for schools in October. Details and application forms may be obtained by writing to the secretary, MEA, 186 (old no. 97), Seventh Street, Secretariat Colony, ...
In myriad forms
The city is gearing up for Ganesh Chathurthi on September 10. A roundup of some of the exhibitions on in the city.
Making a difference to their lives
Teachers' Day is observed to recognise the contribution of teachers to society. Read on to find out what some of the teachers and students in the city have to say about it.
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