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"You Speak, We Listen", the grievances cell of Dignity Foundation saw senior citizens express some of their problems. There was also an illuminating talk by actor Charuhasan.
By the Vine, the newly-opened lifestyle boutique in Adyar has on display an arresting array of apparel and artefacts.
Though there is a move to ban certain grades of plastic, few are aware of the alternatives to it. Besides, the problem of waste disposal and those involved in the process is yet to be tackled.
Two plays staged by Rangmanch recently were a treat for the Hindi-speaking theatre buffs of Chennai. A review...
WHILE DAL is an essential part of our diet, there is no reason why it should be boring. Here are some interesting permutations and combinations you can indulge in with these lentils. Dal makhni Ingredients Black urad dal: 100 ...
`Spathoglottis plicata' is an attractive, easy-to-grow orchid that flowers round the year.
While quite a few of the Japanese expatriates in the city returned to Japan for safety reasons, there are some who have chosen to stay on, as they have made Chennai their home.
The children's mela, which is being organised at Dakshinachitra from July 12, showcases folk art rituals and customs, besides packing in a host of creative activities.
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