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The endearing `aachi'
A family of pioneering vets
As the Madras Veterinary College celebrates its centenary on July 6, it's time to remember some students from its first batch of 1903.
Not recalled here still
I'VE JUST heard that 200 years of mapping in India, from Cape Comorin to the Himalayas, is to be celebrated in Britain from July 12 till January 7 next year as an `Indian Festival of the Great Arc.' That's a festival that started in Delhi and ...
When the postman knocked...
WITH SPACE at a premium for Madrascapes, and with the postman bringing as many responses to it as he does for Miscellany, I propose to deal with letters to both in this slot. Certainly my first correspondent, film historian, Randor Guy, has sent ...
Is batik back this season?
Art and craft get delicately blended to give us the magic of batik design. Teamed with embroidery, the combination just sizzles this season. Are you ready for the magic?
Carnatic lessons... online
`Ghatam' Suresh teaches intricate rhythms to students across the globe, staying in Chennai. In an interview, he talks about this novel method of imparting training.
Savour the Southern flavours
The recently opened Southern Aromas in The Residency Towers, T. Nagar, offers a traditional South Indian fare.
Expedition for a cause
Chandrasekhar Srinivasan and C. Ashwin are on a colorectal cancer awareness campaign from Kanyakumari to Kargil... on a motorbike.
The right step
LOOKS LIKE a lull after all the storm at Cannes? Nay, forever a papparazi's delight, Aishwarya Rai, has, among other assignments, a Latin-American dance number to look forward to. The breezy twists are to be choreographed by expert, Sandip ...
Kapoor brothers in the news
EVEN AS Randhir Kapoor returned home after a successful bypass surgery in the capital, the bubbly yesteryear hero must have been thrilled to see his wife Babita, daughters Karisma and Kareena and brother Rishi at the airport to welcome him. All ...
Diamonds are forever
EVERYTHING THAT glitters is diamonds. And that's for real in Kaizad Gustad's much awaited film, "Boom". The film that opens with sizzling beauties adorned with the world's best diamonds, is sure to turn several heads, what with the opening shots ...
It's a heady mix of perfumes at an exhibition of flowers preserved in fibre glass, which is on at Vimonisha till July 2.
Memories that last forever
It was a nostalgic trip for the alumni of the Sacred Heart Higher Secondary School, Church Park, when they recently gathered for the alumni meet.
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