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It has been a smooth transition from talk show anchor on the small screen to comedian on the big screen for Yuhi Sethu, who recently starred in "Panchathanthiram".
Suresh Jayaraman's exhibition of paintings that concludes today at the Apparao Galleries, is inspired by the relationship between man and Nature.
For Malathi Rangaswami and Kamakshi Maniam, age has not withered their passion for widening their knowledge.
The June Rock Out finale at the Unwind Center last week featured some of Chennai's leading bands. The organisers plan to have such shows in Bangalore and Mumbai next year.
The Corporation of Madras that is now Chennai continues, I see, to attempt to set precedents. Which, I suppose, is as it should be. For, after all, isn't Madras the first city outside Europe to have a Mayor and a Corporation?! It's a pity that ...
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