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Monday, August 16, 2004
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Caring for the uncared
Dr. J.C.B. Abraham was a brilliant teacher whether lecturing to college students, clubs like Multi-Discipline Mandram and The Historical Society, or enthusing school children to develop a scientific temper, writes J. VASANTHAN
Responses to this column have been overwhelming, as always. Hence, more letters on the same topic will be published next week also.
ARE YOU GAME?
Log into a parallel universe with cyber gaming, says SHALINI UMACHANDRAN
Fair for all
The 11th Mega Brands India 2004 exhibition had everything, from pickles to kitchen sets, computers to television sets, footwear to dress materials, two-wheelers to four-wheelers, says T. SARAVANAN.
Tuning latent talents
During his stint of six years so far, Mr. Shaj has conducted 180 live programmes on stage and for the cable TV.
GENERALLY A wailing heroine, a scheming second lead, a suffering mother [if she has no husband it's even better], a wayward husband these broad lines should suffice for a television writer to go for his kill. And what ensues is a serial ...
Smacks of chauvinism
THE DECISION of the Karnataka Film Producers Association (KFPA) not to allow simultaneous release of non-Kannada films, mainly English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu, smacks of chauvinism. Bangalore, the IT capital, is emerging as one of the biggest ...
Man vs. machine
ABOUT TWO years ago director Shankar wanted to do "Robo", a film set in Chennai of 2200 about how robots would take over the city and the efforts of a brave cop to thwart their designs. Call it sheer coincidence, Australian director Alex Proyas ...
Laughter, the best medicine
"VASOOLRAJA MBBS" is releasing worldwide today after all the legal hassles have been sorted out and the film being cleared by the censors with a `U' certificate. According to its director Saran: "It is not a scene-to-scene remake of `Munnabhai ...
REAL-LIFE ROMANCES are spilling on to the big screen. First off the block is "Kyon Ho Gaya Na" which was released last Friday where Vivek Oberoi and Aishwarya Rai come together for the first time in reel life. Next week, we have Kareena Kapoor ...
Lessons in spin bowling
Former Test cricketers Maninder Singh and Raghuram Bhat talk about the game as it is played by today's youngsters
The champaka is popularly used in worship in South East Asian countries
Thenmala: ideal for wannabe adventure seekers, says SOMA BASU
Go green on the Net
Here are a few websites that will tell you all about plants and their propagation
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