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A gentle crusader
The most versatile component of a man's wardrobe is the blazer, which can give new life to other garments and make a difference to the overall impact.
RAJNIKANTH'S "BABA" seems to have brought him bad tidings. The film was mired in controversies just before its release. First, the Dravida Kazhagam (DK) objected to the lyrics of a song that had to be partially deleted from the film. Then, on the ...
WHAT DO film stars do when their acting career is on the slide? They threaten to join politics and clean up society, the way they had done in films! It definitely ensures that the news grab the headlines, in a place like Kerala where film actors ...
New wave love story
WHEN FILMS of superstars are falling like ninepins and the stars refuse to reduce their salary, what do poor Tamil producers do? They run to new comers or one-film old wannabe superstars. Take the case of G. Thyagarajan, and his Satyajyothi Films ...
Eight Legged Freaks!
IT MAY sound strange but English film distributors in India always snap up films that are big flops in the U.S. "Anaconda" was referred to as a Bgrade python stuff by American studios, but the film was a blockbuster in India. So when Warner ...
A DIRECTORY of sites whose makers obviously have too little talent, and too much time on their hands. As useless as most of them may be, they are certain to entertain you or perhaps just gross you ...
There is a move to take bridge to schools and colleges, as the sport is more of a mind game. A look at Chennai's strong tradition in the game.
Reviving traditional games
Thanks to Kreeda, children can now get to play some of the most interesting traditional games such as "Aadu Puli Aatam" and "Gilli Danda".
On the right track
He grew up in an atmosphere where car racing was a subject of daily debate within the family. After becoming the youngest Asian Formula 2000 Champion, he wants to give F-1 a fair try. Meet Karun Chandok.
Famous chef Antonio Carluccio is in The Park, Chennai, to take you on a culinary journey to Italy.
Colourful stone-set fashion jewellery and remarkable reproductions of antique pieces are the highlights of Ambica Pearls' new showroom that is all set to open today in Alsa Mall.
THE PADMA Seshadri Bala Bhavan Senior Secondary School, T. Nagar, inaugurated the Student Exnora Programme (STEP) this past week. Eleven students from city schools, mostly from Std. 8, participated in the programme, the eighth in ...
Beauty in glass
The Gatsby Imported Glassware Exhibition at the The Guild of Service Hall, showcases an arresting array of dinner sets, tea sets and wine glasses. The show is on till August 25.
Run for a cause
Citizen's Run's run from Gandhi Mandapam, Guindy, to the Gandhi Statue on Beach Road, will commence at 4.00 p.m. on Sunday.
Event for children
WORLD VISION India is conducting "Operation Rescue", an event for the city's school children on August 24, at the Church Park Convent, Thousand Lights, Anna Salai. The aim of the event is to sensitise children to understand the life and needs of ...
CHENNAI-ITES HAVE an opportunity to savour the rich cuisine of Himan, which is characterised by hot and deep colour. A Human festival is on at Shanghai Club, Chola Sheraton, till August 26, 7.30 p.m. to 11.30 ...
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