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Slices of health
Bread has come a long way from a humble loaf to a healthy food
THE VIBRANT and semi-surrealist canvases of Chanchal Mukherjee are being showcased at Art World. A graduate of Government College of Fine Arts, Calcutta, Mukherjee's themes are drawn from his immediate environment. The craftsmanship of his art is ...
Faces and forms
IT WAS creatively titled "Phase of Faces" and that's exactly what the small room in the Red Building of the Government College of Fine Arts had on display. One whole wall of the room was taken up by the efforts of the nine final year students, ...
Fistful of hope
A fistful of grains set aside everyday feeds hundreds of hungry stomachs. This is the Chennai Food Bank's motto
Rakesh Bedi's "Biwi-o-Biwi" was a hilarious look at the issue of extra marital affairs
Arambakkam: nothing but Nature for company, says PRINCE FREDERICK
WHEN THE husband and wife returned from their short trip to another city they found their house looted to the last piece. The police shrewdly zeroed in on the auto driver who had driven them to the railway station. He confessed to the crime and ...
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