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Dolls that beckon attention
Launched by the House of TBZ Nirmal Zaveri, Trendsmith on Thirumalai Pillai Road, T. Nagar, showcases a wide range of jewellery, designer watches and lifestyle products.
DASTKAAR ANDHRA'S landmark efforts in reviving, developing and marketing the languishing cotton textile crafts of Andhra Pradesh is one of the great interactive NGO success stories of the last century. Today, thanks to Dastkaar's product ...
Crescendo Music has released an album, which comprises 30 immortal songs of the king of Rock `n' Roll.
Sixty films in seven years is no mean achievement, given the unpredictable ways of filmdom. Meet Devayani, who after an insignificant stint in Mumbai has made it big in Chennai.
It's all about choices
After 12 years actor Thyagarajan makes a comeback. In "Jai", his forthcoming home production, he will co-star with son Prashanth. The duo in a tete-a-tete...
Narendra Kumar, who hit the jackpot in the online Sikkim Lottery is the first winner from Tamil Nadu. In a chat, he traces his steps to success...
The British clubs considered themselves as homes away from home for the European male to relax... The Adyar Club was formed in 1890 to get away "from the austerities" of the Madras Club and became known as the `dancing club.'
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