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Monday, March 17, 2003
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Whose property is it anyway?
The spate of jumbo tragedies in the State has evoked ire from one and all. Prasanna Varma tells the other side of the story.
'Down with hartals'
Recent hartals have thrown life in the city out of gear. Students have been among the worst affected. Do hartals serve any purpose, except give some political mileage for parties? City residents speak...
Giullari Senza Frontiere, a 14-member street theatre group from Italy, performed on the outskirts of the city recently. The troupe uses clowning to convey their message of universal love and friendship.
The midnight buffet at Chesterfield, Muthoot Plaza's coffee shop-cum-bar, beckons gourmands.
The Second International Video Festival (IV Fest), to begin in the city on March 25, will showcase about 120 works from different countries.
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