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A lesson in perseverance
If your child is brooding and shying away from studies, help is at hand, experts in the field tell K. JESHI
Food For Thought

Too much is too bad
New age gluttony is driven by ads, genes and chemistry
Heritage

Changing landscapes
Preserve old structures. When that becomes impossible, at least document them
Arts & Crafts

On a shopping spree
Coimbatoreans can go on a buying trip this weekend at the consumer fair
Cinema

Too much on films?
Have game shows on TV become too film-based? Take a look at some of the questions asked on popular game shows in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam? They are all film-based — Where was the song "Kuch Kuch Hota Hai" picturised? What was the ...


Well-timed
Till a few years ago, Oscar winning movies were never released in India, as they were not commercially viable. But the multiplex boom in the country has seen these movies minting money. In Chennai city, at Sathyam Cinemas, three Oscar winning or ...
Re-release pays
When the film was first released on February 10, "Chithirem Pesuthadi", directed by newcomer Mysskin, bombed, though it got rave reviews. Seeing its potential for a re-release, producer `Oscar' Ravichandran went ahead and got better theatres, ...
Superhero
Rakesh Roshan, Rajesh Roshan and Hrithik Roshan are back with "Krrish", a sequel to their hit "Koi...Mil Gaya" this summer with Priyanka Chopra in the female lead. Preity Zinta will appear in a cameo and Rekha plays Hrithik's grandmother in the ...
Love and action
Nitin and Genelia are back after the success of "Sye" with another action-based romantic entertainer "Ram". The film is produced by Nitin's dad Sudhakar Reddy and directed by N. Shankar, which is tailor-made for the young hero. Hrishita Bhatt ...
Music

`I grew up listening to music in a teashop'
He doesn't take his legendary status seriously. He doesn't need to. Because the rest of the world does. Talk about his incredible voice and global recognition and he constantly points to the power above. "Usne karvaya, maine kiya." (He made me ...
Transcending borders
Rahat Fateh Ali Khan brings soulful music to Bollywood
Travel

Wild encounters
If you are lucky, you can spot tigers, panthers and elephants, says Subha J Rao
Events

The selling point
A chance for management students to put into practice theoretical knowledge
Sound Off

The city of joy
A newcomer to the city, K. Parameswaran, is overwhelmed by the warmth of the people



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