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They too can walk tall
The differently abled should be accepted as individuals and extended the support that will make them self-reliant. PRASSANA SRINIVASAN and SHALINI UMACHANDRAN meet a few of them on the occasion of World Disability Day.
Music
Romantic jazz from a master
STAN GETZ began his career playing swing in the big bands of the1940s. Striking out on his own, leading small groups, he moved into be-bop and then the "cool school" that exchanged a laid-back mood for the frenetic sound of be-bop. His smooth, ...
Eating Out
Quality, its quintessence
Competitive pricing is a plus point at Quality Inn Sabari, the new hotel on Thirumalai Pillai Road in T. Nagar. Excellently located, it makes a perfect retreat for businessmen and for those on a holiday.


Delicate designs
At the Haven of Hope Handicraft Centre, Chetpet, 120 women display their creative talent in a range of hand-embroidered products. A sale is on to celebrate the festive season.
Green Notes
The 'changeable rose'
Hibiscus mutabilis, commonly referred to as `changeable rose' has showy flowers, thus making the perennial ideal for a mixed shrubbery.
Events
Will to win
SUNGEETA JAIN is an Indian expatriate in the U.S. Her life is made of the stuff you find only on the silver screen. The following are two phases of her life. Snapshot one: 1986. Life takes a sad turn for 10-year old Sungeeta Jain. A ...
Different styles, unique steps
"Dust", a fusion of Bharatanatyam and contemporary dance, is all set to be staged today at the Chinmaya Heritage Center on Harrington Road. A preview.
Images of history
The recent launch of Omar Khan's book "From Kashmir to Kabul" at the British Council, took the audience on a picturesque journey. The book is about the 19th Century photographers, John Burke and William Baker.
Trove of artefacts
The Artisan's Craft Treasure 2003, presented by SIPA, showcases a plethora of products by craftspersons from the four Southern States. On at Sri Sankara Hall, TTK Road, till December 8.
When Nature is news
The recent seminar and workshop in the city on environment journalism were an eye-opener to budding journalists, wishing to focus on such issues.
Cheer with carols
CHRISTMAS IS round the corner and this year, the season began with a grand performance of carols. With more than 40 choristers and a 15-member orchestra, the Chennai Philharmonic Ensemble performed at the Music Academy recently, singing familiar ...
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