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Monday, February 03, 2003
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Chugging on, sans entertainment
How many languages should children learn to help them handle life better as adults? Here's what the readers have to say.
Knowing the basics of hair care can help you treat it better. Here are a few tips on maintaining your mane.
Here is another chance for you to share your views about issues concerning you. This week, let us know what you think about "Is the emphasis on scoring marks killing children's reading habit?" The best responses from the ...
The president of the city-based Sacrifice Friends Club has won the National Youth Award for his social service.
IT WAS an unusually emotional Rahul Bose who informed us that his directorial debut "Everybody Says I'm Fine" had triumphed at the Palm Springs Festival. Said Rahul, "Can you believe it! My film is the first runner-up in category for the John ...
Anil Kapoor as Kalicharan
MANY YEARS ago, Subhash Ghai made "Kalicharan" with Shatrughan Sinha in the lead. Now it is Anil Kapoor's turn to star in a film called "Kalicharan". "Not quite," corrects Kapoor, "The title is A.K short for Allwyn Kalicharan." "Allwyn ...
Ekta Kapoor mein kuch to hai
SHE'S WORKING very hard. The mixing of Ekta Kapoor's production "Kuch To Hai" which opens this Friday is on full swing. "I don't have to time to eat, sleep or breathe properly," she sighs before rushing off to the studio. "We had to rush to ...
'Mast' team on stage
WHO WOULD have thought it possible that one day Akshay Kumar and Raveena Tandon would actually get together again to perform on stage? But the seemingly impossible happened. The people of Muscat were in for a surprise when the two stars came ...
Enter junior Sivaji
WHEN PRABHU entered the film industry, Sivaji's fans were more than happy for at least one of his children had stepped into the great father's shoes. Now it is the turn of the legendary actor's grandson, R.G Dhusyanth (Ramkumar's son) to hit the ...
STUDENTS AND the public at large racked their brains at the second edition of Quiztrac-2003, touted to be Coimbatore's biggest open quiz contest. Held on January 25 at the PSG College of Arts and Science, the quiz was organised by the Rotaract ...
Partners in technology
IN AN age where technology has become a key tool for progress and development, it is not surprising to find technology companies entering into partnerships with those engaged in similar ventures. These companies usually sign agreements with ...
Showcasing traditional crafts
Handicrafts and handloom creations from across the country are on display, giving people the convenience of buying what they want without stepping outside their city.
Status of Geography
Scientific advances have helped in the branching out of Geography, according to a seminar on the status of the subject.
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