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Artists and their angst
Varied feelings and emotions find expression in the paintings of four young artists
From ethnic ones to thematic concepts, diaries are getting creative by the year
HOLLYWOOD'S POPULAR comic actor Eddie Murphy is back. He plays a stay-at-home-dad running a day care with a bunch of kids. The film was one of Hollywood's surprise hits of the year, as it was promoted as having strong family values projecting the ...
AMONG DIWALI releases, Vikram's "Pitamagan" is the clear winner at the box office. The film has taken a fantastic initial all over Tamil Nadu and Kerala and is being appreciated by the classes and masses alike. Though Vikram does not speak any ...
A young director
A. M. Ratnam is South India's top producer who is referred to as the man with the Midas touch. Now, his eldest son Jothi Krishna, 22 has turned to the family business by directing the bilingual "Enakku 20 Unakku 18" starring Tarun, Trisha and ...
King Khan is back!
FOR SHAH Rukh Khan, the uncrowned `Badshah' of Hindi films, his back ache is a thing of the past. His "Kal Ho Na Ho" (KHNH), produced and written by Karan Johar and directed by Nikhil Advani, is ready for release. "KHNH" brings together three ...
Know more about oil painting, read tips and follow the techniques offered at some of these informative websites. Wet Canvas http://www.wetcanvas.com Wet Canvas is part magazine, part virtual ...
Rising stars in the tennis firmament
Tennis players Navaneetha Kannan and E. Ashmitha have tasted success and want more of it
A novel experiment
A practical way to grade a football coach has been introduced
Providing fresh impetus
It's boom time on the sports front what with the Tamil Nadu Government felicitating medal winners with cash awards
Where kababs are `produced'
The Great Kabab Factory offers 200 non-vegetarian and a similar number of vegetarian delicacies
They make headlines
At the AIBHA Awards, participants dressed up nails, hair and faces in sober and wacky styles
Facets of life
POEMS THAT explored the different facets of life were read out at a reading session at Pasha, The Park. Organised by Prakriti foundation, Priyamvada N Purushotham and Tishani Doshi recited extracts from their poems "Cats' eyes on a ...
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