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`Made in Glasgow', an exhibition of handmade paper works by Ravikumar Kashi, reflects the artist's experiences in Glasgow. On at the British Council till September 28.
National Junior hardcourt champion Somdev K. Dev Varman has a dream... of making it to the Davis Cup team. A profile of a rising star in the Chennai tennis circuit.
The sound is rock, but the sentiments are Indian. A review of "Cream", an album by a new band called Jigsaw Puzzle.
Despite a state-of the-art stadium in the city, football no longer seems to inspire fans as it once did. Veterans of the game remember magic moments on the field with nostalgia...
Steamed, fried or grilled... there is a delicious variety at the kebab fest, which is on till October 11 at Chola Sheraton.
If done the right way, engineering can be fun. That's what "Shaastra", the annual technical festival at IIT-Madras to be held from October 4 to 7 aims to demonstrate through its innovative agenda.
Fresh flowers forever
Fresh flowers of every description that have been beautifully preserved will be on display at `Eternal Exotica' an exhibition to be held on September 28 and 29 at Vimonisha Gallery in the city.
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