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Light at the end of the tunnel?
An exhibition-cum-sale at Indo Persian Rugs and Carpets, Alwarpet, celebrates the wonder of Kashmiri carpets.
For 30 years, Sriram has not only taught at the Alliance Francaise, but also actively promoted multi-level cultural exchange between India and France. This year, his contributions to the French language have brought him the title of "Chevalier of the Order of Academic Excellence".
Human relationships and the family unit are at the heart of Mahesh Dattani's play `Where There's A Will' which will be presented on July 20 by the Rotary club of Meenambakkam.
PANDIT VINAYAK Torvi, an exponent of the Gwalior Gharana, has carved a niche for himself in the realm of music. Gifted with a resonant voice and a rare feel for rhythm and melody, Torvi has won accolades from music lovers A versatile singer, he ...
Not since the heyday of Geeta Shankar (nee Sundaram) or Roopa Unnikrishnan, winner of a medal at the last Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur, has the city discovered an international shooter, proficient enough to anchor a gold. The young woman with t he rifle who is the cynosure of all eyes is Mahalingam Dhareenee. A profile...
THE VERDICT is out. Madhuri Dixit as Chandramukhi has stolen the thunder from Aishwarya Rai, who plays Paro in Devdas. At Cannes, director Sanjay Leela Bhansali and hero Shah Rukh Khan had played up Aishwarya Rai, which had created a lot of ...
Nagma plays mother
NAGMA, WHO once dominated Tamil cinema, has decided to play mother to Aarthi Agarwal in the Telugu film, Allari Ramudu. Nagma, the elder sister of Jyothika, is in her early thirties and has been keeping a low profile after her escapades with ...
Mass hero films
THERE IS a scramble among Tamil heroes for the mass hero niche. This Friday, Vijay with his Youth and Surya with Sri are trying to woo the masses. The last three films of Vijay were not profitable for the producers. The trade feels that Ajit ...
THE QUESTION on everybody's lips is, is Devdas a hit? The film has had an extraordinary opening all over India, especially in Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkota. And overseas, the Asian audience patronised it in the U.K. and U.S. Producer Bharat ...
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