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Raja has learnt to stop mulling over the past. He has grown and matured over the years that have taught him to move on, says P. Sujatha Varma.
Publicity to personal lives of TV anchors is spurned by all respondents. They feel anchors are professionals like anybody else and do not need media attention at all.
Attached, yet detached
DEEPA RAPARLA takes a tour of the cozy apartment of Subba Rao and Vasundhara
Taxing, yet coping
Anjani Kumar is a tough cop gifted with rare charm that supplements his charismatic personality while his better half, Vasundhara, is a picture of poise and grace that adds to her genteel being, says P.Sujatha Varma
Indian hexagon on World's chess board
At a tender age, they made India proud and are heading for another triumph at Crete, says A. Jospeh Antony
THIS ONE surely is going to be different. The telly serial Annamayya comes with an all child cast. With such innovative casting, the serial on the life of Tallapaka Annamacharya has commenced shooting recently at the Annapurna Studios. ...
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