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Shades of summer
Nothing is to be feared it is only to be understood. Marie Curie WHY WOULD anyone in their right mind spend hard-earned money to be with sharks? Yet, every day at an aquarium in Sydney, Australia, groups of seemingly sane ...
The figures, colours and textures, all display an effortless rhythm of movement that is missing in artist Sakthirani's life, who has lost her legs to polio.
With incidents of domestic violence on the rise, institutions such as the International Foundation for Crime Prevention and Victim Care are welcome. They not only provide the victims shelter but also teach them skills to fend for themselves.
IT WAS not a crowd of 20 something at the Duchess Club (Savera Hotel) this past week. Yet, the not-so-young women were amazingly attired in bold outfits and looking beautiful too. They all seemed to be literally geared up for the morning session ...
FOR BOLLYWOOD reeling under a string of flops, hopes are now being pinned on the dark horse, the dusky Bengali beauty Bipasha Basu. She has more hits than all her contemporaries put together. Last year, the average grosser "Ajanabee" in which she ...
Women's Day special
JENNIFER LOPEZ is back as "The Maid in Manhattan", which is being promoted by Columbia Tristar in India as its Women's Day (March 8) special. The film that follows the Cinderella concept is mixed with scenes lifted straight out of Julia Roberts ...
MEERA JASMINE is the hot and happening actress in Tamil ever since "Run" became a big hit. On a marquee crammed with Mumbai girls and beauty queens, Meera, the two-film old girl from Kerala, comes across as a confident and level headed person. ...
BALAKRISHNA, SON of the legendary N. T. Rama Rao, and a superstar in Telugu films, has a screen image of an upright do-gooder. Last week, Balayya as he is affectionately called, lived up to his larger-than-life image when he received the ...
The DBYC's State-level football tournament conducted recently had all the trappings of the earlier days when a match evoked a festive mood attracting a huge crowd. It is only an indication that there is still hope for the game.
They were a class apart
Listening to cricket commentary those days was a pleasure what with the voices of experts such as Bobby Talyarkhan, Ananda Rau and Pearson Surita capturing the magic of the game over AIR. But now TV has changed the very concept giving preference to s tar players and even glamorous models.
IF YOU feel it's time to enrich your wardrobe, pay a visit to C.P. Art Centre, Alwarpet, where designer house Viba is holding a sale. It has a wide collection to celebrate the spirit of womanhood. Crisp cotton saris in pastel shades, silk ...
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