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Products made from banana and corn fibre make an eco-friendly statement in an exhibition at Fabindia.
His velvet voice has mesmerised music lovers across the country for more than two decades. A profile of ghazal singer, Jagjit Singh, who performed in the city recently.
Pudhinam, the new multi-cuisine restaurant in T. Nagar, offers Chinese, Continental and Punjabi menu, besides a Chettinad platter.
BABY PINKS, pretty blues, bright oranges and sombre whites... the hues are varied and the patterns, in tune with the trend. You can shop for all these and more at Landmark's Kids Zone at Spencer's Plaza. The store is holding a sale of ...
WHAT DO you want to do when you grow up? Ask a child that and you get different answers at different times. The options are many... pilot, actor, engineer, sometimes even a driver! By the time they are in Std. 10, they have some clue about ...
THE 17th anniversary of the International Dance Alliance Ltd., Chennai, will be celebrated in association with Narada Gana Sabha, on July 17 and 18, at Satguru Gnanananda Hall. Nritya Taaravali will present a galaxy of dancing stars on the ...
An economist's views
"LECTURES ON Economic and Financial Sector Reforms in India" (Oxford University Press) by Dr. Y.V. Reddy, an eminent economist, currently Deputy Governor of the reserve Bank of India, Mumbai, is to be released in the city today at the RBI Staff ...
Dedicated to service
A SWEDISH king once remarked to his minister, "If one is not a socialist up to the age of 25, it shows that he has no heart; but if he continues to be one after 25, he has no head." The topic under discussion is not socialism or capitalism, but ...
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