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Towards a green canopy
A diet rich in tomatoes goes a long way towards staving off premature ageing, cataracts, cancer, heart diseases and infections.
The debut album "Salt Rain", which shot Chennai girl Susheela Raman to fame, is a blend of Carnatic and various Western styles. Recently, in the city, Susheela spoke about her passion for music...
"Shylock", the one-person dramatisation by Gareth Armstrong of Shakespeare's play "The Merchant of Venice", sensitively asks the crucial question whether tolerance or revenge is the need of the hour. To be staged on October 4 and 5 at Rani Seethai Ha ll, Anna Salai.
Conjuring up delicious puchkas and pav bhajis, the chaat walas, mainly from Bihar, have integrated well with Chennai's rich cultural ethos.
Clerodendrum inerme, an evergreen mangrove plant with white flowers, is easy to raise as it is sturdy and drought-resistant.
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