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Recipe for success
Iranian couple Nasreen and Farhad have lived in Chennai for the past 20 years. Their passion for glass is more than evident in their aesthetically designed home, which is a symphony of light and colour.
Traditional art forms in innovative avatars make a colourful statement at the Orissa crafts fair presented by Karma at the C.P. Arts Centre. On till March 23 in the city.
Hues of diversity
The Fourth All-India Artists Show, which is on at Vinyasa Art Gallery till March 23, showcases the works of senior and junior artists from various States. A review.
"Swamimalai: My Early Life: Spots Of Time", edited by Malati Ramratnam, introduces readers to the world of the late Dr. Swamimalai Ramachandran Swaminathan, Emeritus Professor of English, Fulbright Fellow and scholar of Shelley and English Romantici sm.
"Vocations choose people," said film and theatre personality Salim Ghouse in a recent interview. The Ph.D in karate recalled how his interest in poetry recitation and school skits eventually developed into a deep love for acting, which became a caree r.
Be it on screen or telephone or at a chance meeting on the road or even at home, people tend to talk in a high pitch. It leaves one puzzled why they shout. Some thoughts in a lighter vein...
Teenagers interested in theatre can participate in the package planned by Masquerade this summer. They can also hone their histrionic skills by becoming part of Landing Stage, which is to be launched soon.
CARNATICA IN association with Naada Inbam held a three-day music festival, following its mega global talent search "Kreativ-2003". Six up-and-coming young artistes were featured. The concerts were all thematic, aimed at promoting budding talent ...
Chadura Kalli (Euphorbia antiquorum) usually finds place in a rockery or as a hedge plant in a garden. It also makes an attractive indoor plant.
The Madras Christian College was a hive of literary activity recently what with the staging of "The Merchant of Venice", a two-day fest of literature and much more. A highpoint of the festival was an exhibition titled "The American Dream".
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