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Thursday, March 13, 2003
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Home sweet home
APPARAO GALLERIES and Ravi Kumar, Publisher, Paris, are organising an exhibition from March 14 to March 26 at 7, Wallace Gardens, Third Street, showcasing the works of seven contemporary artists Raza, Viswanadhan, Dhawan, Akhilesh, ...
One can call them a basketball family for, father A. N. Dyaneshwaran and sons Senthureshwaran and Sukhavaneshwaran are so passionate about the game. Read on to know about their achievements at the State and national levels.
ZAYED KHAN is the new Khan who is making waves on the eve of the release of his highly hyped debut in "Chura Liyaa Hai Tumne". The boy has the right connections, son of Sanjay Khan and brother-in-law of Hrithik Roshan. The savvy Zayed has been ...
THE TAMIL film industry desperately needs a miracle, as only one film has made money out of 18 released this year. The rest have sunk without a trace at the box-office and the future looks bleak with 37 films lying unsold. Two top heroes have no ...
WHAT DO falling stars do when they find the going tough? They simply go back to their roots and try to re-invent themselves all over again. Simran found that after she was paired with the senior heroes in Tamil, the younger ones just refused ...
On the comeback trail
Mohanlal is trying to stage a comeback in Malayalam cinema by doing realistic, down-to-earth characters with a sense of humour. For the past two years, he was doing films where he had a larger-than-life image, which spelt doom for him at the ...
A recent football match between veterans from Bangalore and Chennai at the Nehru stadium attracted a fair attendance, bearing testimony to the fact that fans still like to see glimpses of a good game.
All about cricket
"It is time that the Duckworth-Lewis method is given a critical look. Even, as a die-hard cricket lover I hope that at least by the time semi-finals are played we will be able to see cricket as we know it, as we want it. A pious wish and hope. It is time ICC played cricket,'' avers the ,
At an exhibition on at Fabindia till March 16, one can choose from a wide range of tie and dye textiles in vibrant hues.
Udayan Prasad's "My Son, The Fanatic" to be screened on March 15 at Sree, Satyam Complex, is a love story set against a comic clash of generations and cultures.
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