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Monday, April 05, 2004
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Keeping cool this summer
Responses to this column have been overwhelming, as always. Hence, letters on the same topic will be published next week also.
The Royal patrons of architecture
In our new series, "Namma Madurai", beginning this week, we will try to focus on some famous and some lesser known places in Madurai . Since the Tirumalai Nayak Palace is all set for a restored look, we thought it to be most appropriate to launch our monthly column with this architectural delight in the heart of the Temple City, though oft written about.
The 2004 summer sunglasses collection offers rimless, tinted and mostly unisex options. A dekko
Music magic on a rewind
The "Legends" series features the evergreen melodies of maestro Ilaiyaraja
The bright-hued, dainty flowers of `episcia' lend charm to gardens
Down by the delta
Kadalore: yes, if you like peace and quiet, says PRINCE FREDERICK
A transparent effort
The Anti Corruption Movement instils self-confidence in people so that they can get their due as citizens of this country, rightfully as their legislative privilege.
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