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Monday, April 26, 2004
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You can decide on how your workout should be
Part-time jobs are a godsend to students from economically weak families. The experience gained from the jobs will stand them in good stead in the future, our readers say. "But, will earning money from a young age not reduce their interest in studies ?" they ask.
Almost every house has a relative abroad. But, flaunting NRI relatives and their "foreign gifts" has still not ceased, writes K. JESHI
WITH THE untimely death of actress Soundarya, the fate of at least two Telugu films hangs in the air. The much hyped Narthanashala which is being directed by Balakrishna has the late actress playing the key role of Draupadi. The other ...
The `Pardes' girl is on a comeback trail with a lot of multi-starrers in the pipeline
Meena's Malayalam comeback
MEENA HAS made a comeback of sorts to Malayalam cinema with Shaji Kailash's Naatturaajaavu opposite the evergreen Mohan Lal. This time around, she has to share the female lead with the upcoming actress Nayanatara. Shaji Kailash also signed ...
Janaki is back
JANAKI VISWANATHAN, who shot into fame with the much-acclaimed Kutty, is back with her second movie, Kanavu Meyppada Vendum with Ramya Krishna playing Varalakshmi. Janaki says that in a man's life, three women play a prominent role ...
BOBBY DEOL is one Bollywood star who refuses to experiment with roles. He loves to do action films where he is an angry young an with a smoking gun in his hands. Vengeance may be a hackneyed term, but for Bobby, it is a sure shot way to reach ...
The big budget survivor
JYOTHIKA COMPLETES five years in Tamil films this May, which makes her one of the longest survivors in an industry where heroines hardly last a year! It speaks volumes for Jyothika's resilience, willpower and professionalism. However, she is ...
Going great guns!
THE FIRST of Tamil cinema's summer, big budget releases, "Gilli," has taken a fantastic opening worldwide with a record 185 prints. In Tamil Nadu, Vijay's fans are delirious over the film, which they say is a "racy mass entertainer." In London ...
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