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Dancing to the tunes
Jazz is fast catching up with city youths, writes PRATHIBA PARAMESWARAN
Health

Setting the record straight
No, no and no, says a new study. For that matter, neither did Agatha Christie, Niccolo Paganini or William Pitt. Yet they and many other famous people are often described as epileptic in books and lectures about the disease, according to the ...
Leisure & Recreation

Science made easy
helps students shed fear and rekindle interest in science and its basic concepts
Fitness

Dose of health
Even a little exercise can help
Personality

`Mine is wit, not comedy'
Navjot Singh Sidhu takes his humorous side quite seriously in his new role
Fashion

Haute techno trends
Some sites to take you through the world of fashion
Cinema

New faces
It's May, peak summer season at the box-office. Tamil cinema's summer biggies have all been released with only "Anniyan" expected to hit the screen by May end or early June. Meanwhile, a plethora of small budget films with debutants and ...


Sister act
Every aspiring actor will wish that he had a sister like Ekta Kapoor, the czarina of soaps. Her Balaji Telefilms, the most successful television production house in India, continues to make films to promote the career of her younger brother ...
Will he bloom?
Will Orlando Bloom ("The Lord of the Rings", "Pirates of the Caribbean", "Troy") become the next superstar in Hollywood? The answer lies in the boxoffice performance of "Kingdom of Heaven", opening worldwide, including Chennai, this Friday. The ...
Tearjerker
Remember that Sean Penn classic "I am Sam" about a mentally challenged man fighting for custody of his seven-year-old daughter, and in the process, teaching his cold hearted lawyer (Michelle Pfeiffer) the value of love and trust? Well, director ...
Telewatch

Hip and happening
Though the "Mamiyaar-Marumagal" tearjerkers bring good TRPs, it now seems that the cotton sari-clad middle class heroines are slowly being edged out by the salwar/jeans-wearing younger heroines. "Idhu Oru Kadhal Kadhai" (Vijay TV, 8.30 p.m., ...
Webware

Get extra mileage out of PC
Now it takes just Rs. 6,000 to turn your PC into a TV and an entertainment centre
Green Notes

An eco-friendly fuel alternative
The seeds of Pongamia pinnata yield an oil which is used as a bio-fuel for automobiles
Travel

Quaint caverns
You can play hide-and-seek here, says SOMA BASU
Trekkers' paradise
Take a trip to Adi Kailash and experience the magic of the mountains
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