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Thursday, November 14, 2002
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Their day of fun
Vijaya and Prema from the Crafts Council of India are perhaps the first Chennai-duo to travel across the four Silk Route countries. Read on to find out their experiences...
Some well-known personalities of Chennai reminisce about their childhood and what Children's Day means to them. Read on...
K. Martin Sanjiv, has started to climb the rungs of a cricketing career by earning a place in the under-15 side. A profile of the promising youngster.
This year, HBO that channel that telecasts some classics, has made every attempt to make it `simply the best' for children, especially for Children's Day. With six exciting movies starting from 9.30 a.m. to 9.30 p.m. on November 14, the channel ...
HERE ARE some sites where one can learn more about an art form that is a favourite of children everywhere. http://www.sagecraft.com/puppetry Interested in puppetry? The Puppetry Homepage is ...
Former Test star Bharati Arun views his new assignment as coach of the Tamil Nadu cricket team as a challenge. He is determined to create a balanced squad that can elevate the image of State cricket.
A referee looks back...
Age has not deterred his enthusiasm for football. A profile of well-known referee L.R. Natarajan, who is 80 years old now.
Dance lovers can look forward to "Saa or aval (She)", a dance drama by Nina Rajarani and Pali Chandra on November 18. A curtain-raiser.
With a little help from friends
`Friends for Ever', a support group jointly organised by MVDSC and Madras Diabetes Research Foundation, works with juvenile diabetics. A report on some of the activities.
KIDS WHO want to play peek-a-boo with Scooby Doo or shake a leg with Mickey Mouse and roar with Simba, king of the jungle, now have a chance to have your favourite cake and eat it too. Sweet Chariot Bakery and Café celebrates the Great Kids ...
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