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`I sold my car to buy a bike'
The business of networking
Most major career moves depend on one's ability to network. Find out how
Malaika Arora Khan is back on the tube with `Style Mantra', a new show on fashion trends and events
Campus watch online
Are you part of the `Destination abroad' brigade for your studies? Then, your search ends here
Feliciano's forte lies in his ability to perform in two languages
Here are some easy to prepare `meals for one'
Yen for yarns
Elly Stuart's workshop, organised by the British Council, proved that everyone is a storyteller and every picture tells a story
Brush with Nature
Plant a bottlebrush and add variety to your garden
Play on relationships
THE MADRAS Sterling Round Table 123 and Rotary Club of Madras Downtown are presenting "Heads ya tails?", a Hindi play on December 4, 7.30 p.m., at the Kamaraj Arangam, Teynampet. Starring film personalities Nandita Das and Sushant Singh, the ...
THE BRITISH Council, with support from The Park, Chennai, Unwind Center and Barista, is screening "Ratcatcher" as part of the Buzz series. The film will be screened on December 1, 7 p.m., in the courtyard of the British Council, Anna Salai. Set ...
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