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Treasuring a tradition
Widening the artistic scope
Trained in yoga, mridangam, vocal music, Sanskrit and Bharatanatyam, U.S.-based dancer Sujatha Srinivasan aspires to offer an integrated course in the art at her school in Ohio.
Beads that beckon
The significance of Rudrakshas and their healing powers are brought to the fore at an exhibition on at DBS Galleria till July 28.
From Kashmir, with creativity
Carpets and kilims, furniture and artefacts comprise the exhibition-cum-sale organised to mark the opening of Alison's on Kasturi Rangan Road in the city. On till July 28.
Creating awareness on trafficking
An awareness programme on "Trafficking in women and children" held recently by the Soroptimist International Chennai Downtown stressed the need to empower this marginalised group of women.
Service is their motto
SOROPTIMIST DERIVED from Latin ("soror"-sister and "optima"-best) means the "best of women." The two clubs in Chennai are affiliated to the Soroptimist International of Great Britain and Ireland. Soroptimist is a world wide organisation of ...
Oliver, yes, we want some more
Leading children's choir, Young Nation's presentation of the musical "Oliver" at the Chinmaya Heritage Centre took the audience down memory lane with impressive music and acting.
Just in, here to stay
After leaving N'Sync, Justin goes solo, and how!
Preserving ethnic flavours, his mission
Many of us have forgotten how wonderful the traditional banana leaf fare is. Thanks to Arusuvai Arasu Nataraja Iyer, you can savour this at Shri Shankara restaurant, T. Nagar. Read on to know the reasons behind the octogenarian's success.
From politics to films
WE ARE used to Bollywood springing surprises. But this time, it has made everybody raise their brows higher and wait for the news to sink in. Business tycoon, Vijay Mallya, Karnataka's latest high-flying entrant into politics, will soon step into ...
His father's voice?
NOTHING SEEMED to contain the excitement of Leena Chandavarkar when she described the marked similarity that her son Sumit has to his father, flamboyant singer and entertainer of yesteryear, Kishore Kumar. The youngest son of Kishoreda, ...
Bond with Big `B'
AMID THE string of offers that Amitabh Bachchan has on hand, two projects appear to be big for the Big `B', hero who is ever-in-demand. The Bollywood biggy will soon be Reid & Taylor's new brand ambassador, replacing Pierce Brosnan, as S ...
The hit pair?
`ASH AND Oberoi are a hit pair' screamed the headlines of several film magazines, a while ago. Some even went to the extent of adding the tagline `both on screen and off-screen! This was taking it a bit too far, or so, Salman Khan would have ...
Over to Bollywood
MANDIRA BEDI, who had enjoyed her share of attention nationwide, after her much-talked-about appearance in the World Cup Cricket telecasts, will soon call it quits to her bad-girl role in the tele-serial "Kyun Ki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi". After ...
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