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IT'S AN opportunity for the fashion-conscious in the city to sample "Mumbai Masala", an exhibition being presented by Studio Saks from today onwards (Sunday holiday), featuring collections of designers from Mumbai namely Falguni and Shane ...
Poornima Dayal's artistic bent finds expression in the medium of glass. Her works are on show at Amethyst till April 26.
The proliferation of cricket coaching camps this summer leaves one wondering whether the whole exercise is turning out to be commercial. What do promoters of other disciplines feel? A survey of the scene in the city.
Sponsorship for squash
A recent deal between Natalia, a premium women's wear brand, and the Squash Rackets Federation of India promises to go a long way in promoting squash among youngsters.
In response to the article "Pioneer in physical education" by S. Thyagarajan (Metroplus, April 17), A. Kalyanaraman of Raja Annamalaipuram writes: The article kindled nostalgic memories in me, for I had the good fortune of receiving coaching in ...
One can choose from an elegant range of handbags and artefacts at the Jute Exhibition 2003, on at Vimonisha Gallery till April 27.
FINALLY FIVE months after its U.S. release, Warner Brothers is bringing "Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets" to India this Friday. We are told that the long delay has been because the film has a tie-up with Coke, and the Indian cola season ...
THE `MUHURAT' of Kamalhassan's "Sandiyar" in Madurai was a coup of sorts for the star. For Tamil films, from the days of MGR and Sivaji, Madurai has always been their biggest and most prestigious market. The collections in this rural bastion for ...
ALL OVER Andhra Pradesh and wherever Telugus live in the U.S. or in our own Chennai, there is a big hype about "Johnny". This is Pawan Kalyan's most eagerly awaited film that has been sold to distributors in Andhra for over Rs. 20 crores. The ...
APRIL TO June is the best season for films in India. The start of the season has been encouraging for the industry. Here is a list of films that have done good business in various languages. Two of the five Tamil `Puthandu' releases are hits, ...
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