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FROM NADIA district in West Bengal comes an affordable and attractive festive collection of saris and fabrics that celebrate Bengal's fine cottons including the exquisite jaamdani weave, a legacy of the Mughals. The collection, presented by ...
Documentary film maker Anwar Jamal chose a real life incident that took place in Madurai as the subject for his first feature. He shares his views in an interview.
A ``No Parking'' sign that proscribes parking for 50m, placed in front of the house of a judge, makes one wonder what the motivation could be.
For S. Madasamy, basketball was a way of life. It was also an avenue to fame and an escape route from the hardships of life. A profile of the octogenarian player.
THE DUCHESS Club will present popular television host and master chef Sanjeev Kapoor who is releasing his new book "Any Time Temptations" on October 3 at 10.00 a.m. He will also give a demonstration of his culinary skills. There will be a cookery ...
A constellation at `Shaastra'
"Shaastra", the technical fest which is to be held at IIT-Madras from October 4, has a fascinating line-up of lectures on a variety of subjects ranging from robotics to mathematics.
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