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Keep it in Chennai
With reference to the article "Chennai wants the tournament" (January 1), it is distressing to learn that the Tata Open Tennis tournament that has been conducted in Chennai for the past seven years is likely to be shifted to Hyderabad. Chennai ...
The fact is...
The article on Lekha Ratnakumar (Creative Commerce, January 3) mentions that he has directed the serial "Oviyam". However, the super-hit serial, which was telecast on Sun TV in 1997-98, was directed and scripted by G.N. Dhinesh Kumar, managing ...
The new Metroplus will have office humour if the ever-hilarious Dilbert cartoon strip by Scott Adams is added. Keep up the good work!
I would like to compliment The Hindu on the changes it has made in its Metroplus. Its readers range from doctors, educationists, engineers and professors to social scientists, students, technologists and government officials. ...
The article on Lord Swraj Paul (Steel and smiles, January 3) was an eye-opener for the younger generation. We welcome more articles of this genre as they would influence and teach important lessons in life. Send your letters to. ...
|Arts & Crafts|
If some of Aloke Tirtha Bhowmick's works are abstract in nature, some deal with contemporary issues
The world's oldest double-international (hockey and cricket), M. J. Gopalan, passed away recently in Chennai. A tribute
DJ Arris da Kat, who was in the city recently, is a name to reckon with in the London club circles
The Chennai Marathon has yet miles to go to become a major event, says S. R. SURYANARAYAN
Why are there few takers for women's cricket in the State? Lack of sponsorship, parents' unwillingness...
Left-arm spinner Ramkumar, on a comeback trail, is showing a lot of promise
"Take One" was an exhibition of unique lifestyle products inspired by Kollywood
KAREENA KAPOOR is trying to play more creative roles as in "Chameli", which, she says, is an experience to cherish. She is moving over from mainstream commercial Bollywood masala to become an actress of substance with "Chameli". The film was ...
AMONG THE Pongal releases, it is Kamal Hassan's "Virumaandi" that is being much hyped and the trade is also excited about the film. All areas have been sold for record prices and Kamal himself is keen on proving his marketing capabilities by ...
WILL TOM Cruise get an Oscar for his performance in "The Last Samurai"? Earlier, Cruise was nominated for "Jerry Maguire" and "Born On Fourth Of July". "The Last Samurai" is exciting and one of the best pictures of the year made in Akira Kurosawa ...
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