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The world on a sitar string
The Institute of Wood Science and Technology is striving to stem the depletion of our precious forests by encouraging the use of non-conventional wood.
For that wee bit of difference
CRY has a unique project running where children from the privileged sections of society interact with underprivileged children.
IT IS a very special production, and for more than one reason. An audio script (Diana Tholoor's adaptation of Chitra Baitmangalkar's story) that has rich potential, a warm tale that awakens one to a long-forgotten fact that we co-exist in ...
TUCKED AWAY in a corner on Hennur Cross Road, open from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. on weekdays, and from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Sundays, Thattu Kada owes its name to the thattu a cart shop that serves food on the wayside after sundown. ...
KERALA BRINGS to mind a picturesque scene of tall trees swaying to a cool breeze, pretty beaches, plenty of sand, and shells all in soothing natural colours. That is exactly what comes to your mind as you walk into Kairali, a store that ...
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