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Jus' beat it
Long hours of lectures about moral values are certainly not going to transform them overnight. Cell phone manufacturers should design camera phones in such a way to ensure that photos are monitored before they can be transmitted. R. Anjoo ...
THE KASTHURI Sreenivasan Trust is organising its tenth annual painting workshop to promote art in Coimbatore. So far, more than 1,000 students have benefited from these workshops. This year, two artists from Kumbakonam will guide students in the ...
When girls talk...
This canteen comes alive during the morning break
CONSUMER PRODUCTS from Delhi, Rajasthan, Bombay and Kanpur have been exhibited at `Big-Brands 2005', a 10-day consumer exhibition at Sri Ramakrishna Kalyana Mandapam. Magic shows and mimicry programmes will entertain customers in the evening. ...
Long Wood Shola: a pocket of peace that survives miraculously, says SUBHA J RAO
What a twist!
IT WAS the biggest happening of the year on the serial front, when Smriti Irani as Tulsi Virani in Ekta Kapoor's "Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi" gunned down her "evil son" Ansh boosting the TRP of the serial. Ekta's sensational twist in the ...
Pawan and his cargos
IN THE superstar-driven Telugu film industry, the big Sankranthi release is Pawan Kalyan's "Balu abcdefg" (What a title!). Director Karunakaran says: "It is a typical Pawan Kalyan mega entertainer laced with comedy and action. It has two ...
Tsunami hits hot locations
THE TSUNAMI has washed away many favourite locations of Indian filmmakers including the islands of Phuket, (Thailand), and Cinque (the Andamans). Ever since Rakesh Roshan `discovered' the virgin beaches of Phuket where the title song of "Kaho Naa ...
A family entertainer
SARATH KUMAR'S "Ayya," directed by Hari and produced by Kavitaalaya, is ready for Pongal release. The film has created a record even before its release as producer-distributor `Oscar' Ravichandran has snapped it up for a whopping price for Tamil ...
FIVE FILMS -- "Shrek-2," "Spiderman-2," "The Passion Of Christ," "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" and "The Incredibles" -- accounted for nearly 20 per cent of Hollywood's overall projected revenue of nearly $9.4 billion, according to ...
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