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Thursday, November 28, 2002
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Handmade lace bows out
A little planning goes a long way in ensuring that our homes and offices are provided with effective lighting.
`Old is New' is the dressing mantra for the season. Go retro, says, clothes stylist ARCHANA NANDAL
THE SETTING was pleasantly informal. An adhoc stage was cordoned off on the dais where the eager audience sat around, awaiting the start of a workshop on jazz by The Lydia Van Dam group. Ms Lydia Van Dam, the jazz singer chatted casually with ...
Choice mix, spontaneous
MUSIC IN its most sublime form finds manifestation in the human voice. Dignity accorded to the voice in music is unparalleled. And the Indian instruments that stand closest to the voice are veena and sarangi. M. S. Subbulakshmi stressed the ...
Chords & Notes
Vidyadhiraja or Chattambi Swamikal as he was known, was a person who showed the world that spirituality did not hide behind saffron robes. He lived like an ordinary person but rose above the earthly beings in his spirituality. He was no godman ...
The National Games in Andhra Pradesh is just a fortnight away but with Railways running on stubborn tracks, sports officials in Kerala are forced to play guessing games, says STAN RAYAN
VIKAS RAI CHAUHAN, pastry chef of Hotel Taj Malabar, shares some baking basics to make chocolate éclairs.
FOR ALL you Halle Berry fans, here's something about the latest Bond girl. Berry is supposed to have confessed that she and her musician husband Eric Benet faced a `staggering crisis' in their relationship during the period of her greatest ...
Who's in the race?
JUST A few weeks ago, Vivek Oberoi had expressed a desire to go for the remaking rights of Madhavan's "Run", which is a superhit. They say Vivek even visited Chennai at the instance of his friend Madhavan, who had wanted Vivek to see the film and ...
Cashing in on popularity?
NOW IT is the turn of Tamil stars to take to endorsements in a big way now. `Ilayathalapathi' Vijay first appeared in an advertisement shot by Rajiv Menon, picturised on a `gaana' tune, which is the campus-rage. However, in the latest Rajiv Menon ...
Superstars running scared?
EVERYTHING SEEMS unpredictable these days. Big films with superstars flop and low-budget flicks with average stars or debutantes shine through. Naturally, this trend is causing a lot of concern especially to the two big Malayalam superstars. ...
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