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A tradition's goodwill call
Holiday is a call away
WANT TO make that quick getaway? RingaRoom, a toll-free hotel booking facility across South India developed by Datascribe Technologies, is offering holiday packages this summer across destinations like Goa, Munnar, Kodaikanal and Ooty. All ...
It takes a Preetam Koilpillai to throw up a cushy job and pursue a passion with uncertain economic prospects.
Fleet footed Anthony Irudayaraj is a goalie's nightmare. The Karnataka under-21 football player has the necessary skills. With youth as his ally, the wiry lad can only improve.
Young sportsperson's tragic end
He was nimble and quick on the courts, and had dreams of making it big. But destiny had other plans for young basketballer G. Rajesh.
When an entire nation is going up in flames, all in the name of religion, Buddha's philosophy seems like a call in the wilderness.
Another children's crusade fails
A Bangalore boy was a participant at the United Nations General Assembly Special Session on Children. A look at the meet through a child's perspective.
NAVJOT SIDHU'S colourful comments on cricket have acquired their own cult following, with websites sporting Sidhuisms, and his fellow commentators putting the ball in his court whenever a pithy sum-up of the day's play, the character of ...
It's Viva folks!
THE CHANNEL V created girl band has finally chosen the name Viva to describe itself. If images of a health drink instantly come to mind, banish them. Instead, think of girls who are young and healthy, but slowly having all rebellion and ...
Toughie changes faces
SUPERSTAR RAJINIKANTH'S destiny seems inexplicably tied to Annamalai. Now, it is the fact of his having blocked dates with tough Riyaaz Khan for his film Baba leading to that worthy's exit from the tele-serial Annamalai. ...
IF THERE has been a dearth of fresh, interesting fare on the Kannada small-screen, the answer possibly lies in the determined insularity of the film and television industry in Bangalore. It is high time cross-cultural currents blew into this ...
The Guru Dutt festival on Sony Max from May on 23 and 24 at 1 p.m. is your only chance to relive classics like Pyaasa, Chaudhvin Ka Chand and Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam.
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