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Friendly monsters, cheerful ogres
Shrek, Monster Inc. and Jimmy Neutron- Boy Genius have taken animated movies into the glittering lights of the Oscars. With monsters, ogres and boy geniuses that you would love these films are set to add spice to your life. More


Without boundaries
A workshop on puppetry, conducted in Chennai recently, was innovative and entertaining. More
Ushering in a golden age
Animation is a technique, not a genre. So should it be singled out? More
Riveting scene
There are several things to see and enjoy during a holiday in coastal Kerala. A cruise in the houseboat is likely to be an unforgettable experience. More
Travel easy
A few tips on travel etiquette for those keen on "responsible travelling". More
Journey of awakening
One of the joys of bringing up children is to awaken their sense of wonder to all that is lovely in the world. There are many more, says Nancy Krulik in her latest book for young parents. More
Tree calendar
During the monsoon last year, a huge rain tree on the roadside was uprooted. It had blocked the road. So, a team of labourers was commissioned to cut the branches and the trunk into pieces and clear the road for traffic. The logs of wood were ... More
Crawly crabs
Crab is a common name for any arthropod of two crustacean groups, or Infraorders: hermit crabs and allies (about 1400 species) and true crabs (about 4500 species). Although most common as bottom dwellers in the sea, crabs also occur in ... More
Sense & Nonsense
A forest pest
Eupatorium, along with Parthenium and Water Hyacinth, is one of the three great plant invaders of India's land and waters. While water hyacinth colonises polluted rivers and ponds, Parthenium and Eupatorium overrun degraded land habitats. All ... More

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Yen for travel
The flight to Osaka took 12 hours. When we reached Osaka, it was Sunday night. We took a train to Kyoto. On Monday, we went to a Buddhist temple and strolled about in the garden which had catfish and ducks. We ... More
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A winter evening
My country
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Joe, the crow
For my mother
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