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Life through a lens
Sequestra, an exhibition of photographs by N. Prasanna Kumar, opens today at the Alliance Francaise
The absence of colour in V.K. Ganesh Babu's photograms suggests minimalism
CRYing to be heard
On the eve of Children's Day, CRY makes some suggestions to safeguard the rights of children
Gloria is back
After six years of hibernation, Gloria Estefan is back with her unique brew of Latino-pop music
Trip down musical lane
THE FRIENDS of the Leprosy Mission, Chennai, and the Madras Musical Association are presenting Nostalgia, a concert that will capture the magic of the melodies of the 1960s and 1970s. The concert featuring Roxygen, a band of professionals from ...
The star still shines
Former Olympian Shiny Wilson was the sole representative from South Asia at the UNICEF panel meet held in Los Angeles. Her experiences...
Striking a positive note
A look at those who dominate the table tennis scene in the State
Place of plenty
Travel the world equipped with a fork at Cornucopia, which is all about good food in great quantities
For a cause
THE KARUNAI Trust and the Shakti Foundation have collaborated with Pizza Hut in an attempt to make the city more accessible to the differently-abled. Over the next six months, Pizza Hut will request customers to contribute Rs. 5 or more to the ...
Prana, the lifestyle store, celebrates the inherent colours of Nature with its indigo-dyed range
Channel for expression
Dalit writing is the focus of a new publishing house
Mad about Maddy
THE FEEL-GOOD candyfloss romantic story "Jay Jay", directed by Saran, is a great opportunity for Maddy to re-establish his image as a romantic hero. Maddy is Jagan, a law student in "Jay Jay" who flips for a girl Jamuna played by debutante Amoga. ...
Chinese monopoly continues
AFTER THE success of Jackie Chan and Jet Li, more actors of Chinese origin are trying to be action heroes in Hollywood. The latest villain-turned-hero to jump on the bandwagon is Chow- Yun-Fat with "Bulletproof Monk". It is the usual cheesy ...
A touch of class
THANKS TO Satyam Cineplex and its boss Kiran Reddy's desire to encourage world-class cinema, Majid Majidi's offbeat "Baran" is having a commercial release in Chennai. This Iranian film received a lot of accolades in the International press and ...
AISHWARYA RAI, one of the most beautiful women in the world, has been featured on the cover of the recent issue of "TIME" magazine and its correspondent Alex Perry gushed: "As her jewelled sari radiates ruby and amber across their faces, the ...
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