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Reflections on science and art
Prasanna Gupta's Tanjore paintings on Lord Krishna evoke a divine reverence and a sense of spirituality.
Popular danseuse Anita Ratnam in partnership with Mark Taylor combines spiritual sense into the dance, and their presentation in the city recently was well received by the audience here, says R. UMA MAHESHWARI.
Opening the floodgates for life-patenting, distinguished scientist Ananda Mohan Chakrabarty's patent on the genetically engineered Pseudomonas, has inspired scientists worldwide to experiment with genes and nuclei to create newer species of life, mor e beneficial than the naturally existing ones.
Tough and efficient
With a deft authority and baton she manages the traffic at the busy Paradise X roads. Meet K. Bharathi, the tough cop on the city roads.
The Chinese Pavilion at Banjara Hills serves authentic Chinese fare in an archetypal Chinese ambience.
Eat light, feel light
The new health buffet at Blue Flower restaurant, Taj Residency is for the calorie conscious.
The cake mixing ceremony ushered in the preparation of the Christmas cakes at the Aditya Park inn, recently.
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