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Taunted and teased no longer ?
Roger McGough is a poet who belongs to the Beatles generation. And the evening of poetry organised recently at the British Council, Chennai, where some of McGough's poems were read, took one back to the Sixties, to Liverpool and the music that shot t he foursome to fame.
THERE HAS been a fair amount of hype about the release of this cassette. Partly for that reason and partly because music shops are classifying it under "jazz", it's only fair that jazz-lovers are cautioned. But first the reason for the hype ...
LANG KAWI, the evergreen land, Johor Bahru, the F1circuit, bountiful Penang and the capital city, Kuala Lumpur. There is more to Malaysia than just this visual treat. For instance, there is its unique `satay' culture. To local understanding, ...
Landscaping a garden requires careful planning but the result is a treat to the eye. Here are some ways in which one may go about it.
IT WAS a feather in the cap for the Southern India Beauty Specialists and Hair Dressers Association (SIBHA) to get registered as the All-India Beauty Specialists and Hair Dressers Association (AIBHA), after four years of service in the field of ...
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