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Thursday, October 10, 2002
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At home in their habitat
Nothing can be more pleasant than the aroma of freshly baked bread or rotis. And whole wheat bread is as wholesome as it is delicious.
WE OFTEN admire those beauties walking the ramp and those elegant socialites who feature on in glossy magazines. But we do not recognise the hands that worked the magic that created the glamorous look. The AIBHA Awards 2002 was a unique event ...
Clyde Jones, Chief of Consular Services, Visa Section in the U.S. Consulate, Chennai, has won the affection of Chennai-ites for the useful work he has done to ease the woes of visa applicants. A look at some of his innovative methods...
A writer ahead of her time
Ku. Pa. Sethu Ammal is a writer who has mastered the structure and technique of short story writing in Tamil. An interview with the 93-year-old litterateur.
For Amin Jainulabdin Jalaluddin, shooting has always been a passion. He is the only Indian member of the Judges Committee, International Shooting Sport Federation.
Full of promise
K. Dinesh Kaarthick is regarded as an enthusiastic, hard-working wicketkeeper and dependable batsman. A profile of the budding cricketer.
`Aalta', an exhibition-cum-sale of garments, upholstery and home linen, which is on at FabIndia till October 13, presents to Chennai-ites the magic of the colour red.
Delhi's design spell
Studio Saks is presenting "The Delhi Circuit", an exhibition featuring twelve upcoming designers, at its premises No 17, Padmavathi Road, Jeypore Colony, Gopalapuram.
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