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For a place in the bio world
The recent national fair organised by the Golden Jubilee Biotechnology Park for Women Society in Chennai opened up avenues for aspiring women entrepreneurs. GEETA PADMANABHAN writes...
Lifestyle
Starry look
The classically designed jewellery worn by Madhuri and Aishwarya in `Devdas' has become a fashion rage and is being copied by women worldwide.
Arts & Crafts
Eclectic mix of styles
The Cholamandal Artists' Village has turned 37 and to commemorate the occasion, the works of 36 artists are on display till January 20.
Information Technology
The 'mobile' maze
Confused by the high-tech hype about mobile phone options? If you want to make sense of the confusing scenario, read on...
Music
`Hindrock' is here to stay
With "Euphoria's" third album "Gully" the group has made it clear that they are creating a new genre called "Hindrock", which is very different from Indipop.
Eating Out
For the kids too
Though the name remains the same, `Red' E Court has gone for a grey decor from New Year. Eating here is literally a child's play as there are dishes on the menu card specially for the young palates.
Showbitz
Success, of a commercial kind!
WHAT DOES one have to say about Aamir Khan's position in the success ladder right now? His divorce from wife Reena being as it may on his personal front, going by the rage that "Lagaan" created with the cash registers overflowing and the movie's ...


Second coming
HE WAS heralded the next superstar what with his first film breaking all records at the box-office. Trade pundits claimed he had dislodged Shah Rukh Khan from the No. one position in Bollywood. But what followed after "Kaho Na Pyar Hai" was a ...
Interesting remakes
WITH THE heady success of Sanjay Leela Bhansali's contemporary interpretation of "Devdas", which is on its journey to the Oscars, the craze for remakes has hit Bollywood! It's not just good-old classics that are awaiting extravagant face-lifts, ...
Destination Kerala
THOUGH NOT a commercial hit, "Ivaan" was appreciated for a neat storyline, and the talented actress Soundarya had done her bit of good, as always. Earlier, "Padayappa" became a rage with Rajni fans, and her appearance with the superstar gave a ...
Events
Camera, action...
IT'S GOING to be a mega walk down the memory lane. Songs, dances and costumes of the bygone years will be recreated in an exciting event "Cinema Cinema - Flash Back" on January 15, 16 and 17, at the VGP Universal Kingdom. The extravaganza has ...
Committed to a cause
THE MADRAS West Round Table 10 (MWRT 10) has over the past few weeks, donated sports equipment, geometry boxes, blankets, bed sheets and buckets worth Rs. 30,000 to schools such as Little Flower School for the Blind in Gemini, Varadappa Naidu ...
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