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Face it with bravado
BRINGING HOME a kitten is very exciting but is fairly traumatic for the kitten, so the first thing on the checklist is to make sure your house is quiet when kitty arrives. Just as pups get their own kennels made, kittens need a kitty box ...
TAPASYA KALA Samppradaya was set up under the guidance of eminent Natyacharya K.P. Kittappa Pillai to research, document, teach and perform Bharatanatyam. Tapasya has teachers from hereditary families as well as those who have trained extensively ...
G.R.Thanga Maligai has been making ornaments for the deities of various temples in the country and abroad, which stand out for their beauty and craftsmanship. A look at its creations.
Eco friendly exercise
The Sharma Park in Habibullah Road has regained its lost splendour thanks to the relentless efforts of members of the Sharma Park Walkers' Exnora.
Bala Vidyalaya, Saraswathi Narayanaswamy's school not only teaches hearing impaired children to speak, read and write, but also prepares them to join a regular school.
For those who are interested in a career in the hospitality industry the websites listed here would be informative.
WITH THE cricket masti reaching its fever pitch, most of us seem to prefer sitting home, with our eyes glued to the live telecast of the matches. No wonder even the music companies in India are playing safe by saving their best releases for the ...
Symphony of sounds
FOR THE past few months, fusion music seems to have caught on among Chennai-ites. Fusion greats such as John McLaughlin, Billy Cobham and Jean Luc Ponty shared the stage with U. Shrinivas, Zakir Hussain, L. Subramanium and others. The latest ...
With an array of Krishna Leela paintings that adorn the walls of Vrindavan, the restaurant at New Woodlands Hotel offers Western, Chinese and Indian variety...
WATER, WATER everywhere...We seem to be caught in a deluge. First there's Deepa Mehta planning to revive "Water". Then there's Prakash Jha shooting at a feverish pace for "Ganga-jal". Now Shekhar Kapur is planning to make a Hindi film after many ...
THOSE WHO think Govinda is gone, better watch out. His ribtickling comedy in "Ek aur ek gyarah" proves his acting prowess. Unfortunately for Govinda fans, the actor wants to break away from his comic image. "Ek Aur Ek Gyarah will be my last ...
Not `made in India'
ALISHA CHINAI, the sensual crooner, has finally found her match. Ask her about it and the singer waxes eloquent about Romel Kazzooah. "He's a Christian Lebanese settled in Toronto and into music too, though not a singer. I wanted my man to be ...
REKHA, the husky-voiced beauty, was as usual in a dazzling designer costume at the Filmfare Awards function in Mumbai. Even as she got emotional while receiving her `Lifetime Achievement Award', she didn't lose time to elaborately thank all ...
AT A time when the World Cup matches are reaching a frenzy, when SET Max set their tapes rolling on Master Blasters, when the giants of cricket are busy weighing the pros and cons of the unpredictable outcomes, and when cricketers are ...
At the first-ever seminar at Kalakshetra as part of the Rukmini Devi Centenary Celebrations, the focus was on the dancer, who struck a balance between physical movement and emotional content in all her 25 productions.
Though Holi is celebrated more in the North, you can feel the joy and fervour in some parts of Chennai too.
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