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IT IS an exhibition of a different kind. The Siva ENT Hospital and Vision Exhibition Company have jointly organised an exhibition-cum-sale of medical and allied products, and cosmetics. The aim of the exhibition is to promote awareness about ...
Mehta Jewellery, T. Nagar, showcases a new line of lightweight jewellery to coincide with its anniversary celebrations. There are attractive offers for diamond lovers too...
The series of canvases by Nitin Arun Utge, Maharashtra-based artist, which are on display till July 15 at the Vinyasa Art Gallery, are a commentary on children from all strata of society.
Underlining the values enshrined in trees, Manasthala's exhibition `Trees in our Lives' depicts the tree in varied art forms along with a store-house of information on them.
The need of the hour is to spot budding spinners and train them to become the second line. In this scenario, a school of learning, dedicated to the development of spinners is welcome. The Chennai-based MAC Spin Foundation is all this and more.
`Coastal Kondattum', which is on till July 14 at Sagari, Chola Sheraton, features an impressive array of dishes from the four Southern States.
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