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Flyover woes
While shopkeepers and traders say that business is down by 50 per cent due to the slow pace of the flyover construction, GVMC says that the inconvenience is only temporary, and once constructed it would change the cityscape forever, writes Sumit Bhat tacharjee
Sport

Spurred by success
IVL chairman V. Ravikanth Reddy is optimistic about revamping Volleyball in the country


Unique partnership
Meditation can enhance sporting abilities
Game for challenges
M. D. Thirushkamini, who bagged the Best Woman Cricketer award recently, on how she developed a taste for the game early in life
Columns

Temple tales come alive
Amar Chitra Katha is launching a series on the temples of India, reports SOHINI CHAKRAVORTY
Books

A paradoxical world
Kanika Dhillon shows the good, bad and the ugly side of Bollywood
History meets growing up
Lakshmi Prathivadi's Tiger By The Tale reminds Indian youth of the sacrifices our ancestors made for the country's freedom
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Music

Why children must learn music
Music is more than an extracurricular activity. It is the route to holistic child development
Events

Shop till you drop
Apart from appreciating the recreation of the Taj, the expo has lots in store for the shoppers


City Buzz

A theatre workshop was conducted for children between 8 to 16 years by The Launch Pad. Children were taught techniques to improve their presentation, language, narrative and communication skills. English language was taught with the help of ...
People

Oh Boy! What a role
He is doing films in Telugu, Tamil, Hindi, Bengali and Malayalam. Actor Siddharth tells K. JESHI it's exciting to perform in different languages and reinvent himself with each role


Life on a song
Miss India Kanishtha Dhankar on modelling, acting and more
Beyond movies
Beyond the glitz of cinema, Nithya Menen hopes to start a school and teach children
Reality bites
It's high time we look beyond stereotyped NRIs on screen, says Priya Anand
Confident move
Preetika Rao's unhurried acting debut in Telugu films is paying dividends now
Finger on the pulse
Ameera Shah, voted ‘The Young Entrepreneur of the Year', on the diagnostic field in the country



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