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On the right track
It's Bengali time at Dakshinachitra, which is organising a 10-day festival from today, featuring the dance, art and craft forms of the State.
Artefacts from Andhra
The Lepakshi Heritage Collection Sale, currently on in the city, showcases the unique craft and textile traditions of Andhra Pradesh. On till January 6.
Not only is he the moving spirit behind the IMG-marketed ATP Open in India, he also successfully hosts golf tournaments and fashion shows. Meet Ravi Krishnan, who is adept at the art of managing men and matters.
A bright scenario
The record number of 15 Tamil Nadu State-ranking table tennis championships conducted in 2002 in district centres such as Arakkonam, Sivakasi, Erode and Mettur, shows that the enthusiasm for the game has not waned. Take a look at what the players an d their coaches have to say...
True ambassador of sport
In response to a feature on T. D. Ranga Ramanujan titled "Administrator Extraordinaire" (Metro Plus, December 19, 2002) V. Ramamurthi of Adambakkam writes: I was flabbergasted to learn about the achievements of T. D. Ranga Ramanujan, ...
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