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Plea for pluralism
"Woven Heritage", on at Temple Towers, Nandanam, till April 30 offers Chennai-ites a wide variety of cottons to beat the heat.
Manas Ranjan Parida, an alumnus of the B.K. College of Arts and Crafts, Bhubhaneshwar, is presenting his collection of landscapes for the first time in Chennai. On show at Vinyasa till April 27.
A connoisseur's collection
A museum showcasing Rukmini Devi's unique collection of art and artefacts has come up inside the Kalakshetra campus. Some fascinating glimpses...
Through her works, Pa. Visalam has successfully communicated a spirit of humanism and a concern for women's liberation, two causes she believes in. A profile of the Pondicherry-based writer.
"Sochta Hun", Babul Supriyo's debut solo album, is a collection of Indi-pop numbers, without gimmicks or `hinglish' vocals.
Notes that make a difference Notes that make a difference
Music and medical science seem to go hand in hand for Mohan Sunderaraj who recently conducted a workshop in the city to explain to Chennai-ites what music therapy is all about. An interview.
With its pink, white or cream flowers, oleander makes a pretty picture in a garden. What's more, the plant is easy to propagate.
Despite the number of department stores that have mushroomed in the city, many still prefer to buy vegetables from the open market because they are fresh and their rates reasonable.
As part of an awareness campaign, a documentary titled "The Ridley's Last Stand", by Chennai-based wildlife filmmaker Shekar Dattatri, was screened at the British Council recently. "Timely action can save the Olive Ridleys" was his message.
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