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Fighting the image war
The U.S. State Department official Susan Hovanec, currently Deputy Director for Public Diplomacy in the Bureau of South Asian Affairs, describes the changes in perception of public diplomacy in the post-September 11 scenario, during her recent visit to Chennai. MUKUND PADMANABHAN writes.
Arts & Crafts
Subtle images
Mumbai-based artist Papri Bose Mehta's works are on display at Apparao Galleries till April 15. A review.
Personality
Through a poet's eye
Sudeep Sen, best known for his poems, was in the city recently. An interview with the poet and film maker
Issues
The question of environment
A recent seminar organised by the CPR Environmental Education Centre reviewed the legislations pertaining to environment in the country since the 1972 Stockholm conference.
Fashion
The glitter bug catches on
There's something tricky about the word "trend". If you are not involved in it, you're missing out; if you are drawn in, you become a victim. Take a look at the ongoing "Jewels 2002" exhibition at ITC Park Sheraton, and you will realise that if ...


Chic and cool
ARVIND BRANDS, a subsidiary of Arvind Mills, India's premier branded garment manufacturer, unveiled its Spring 2002 collection for the Chennai-ites at Taj Coramendal on Wednesday. Wouldn't Summer2002 collection be relevant? Guess it would, for ...
Madras Miscellany
Webware
Link PCs, the DCC way
SOMEBODY ONCE said, "Personal Computers are like potato chips — no one can have just one''. Sooner or later, you decide to go in for a newer PC. But the resale value of your good old machine is so low that you prefer to retain it as a ...
Eating Out
Home-made delicacies
Samosas, cakes and desserts... all home made? That is what Pantry Car, a party-catering unit, specialises in.
Authentic flavours
The repertoire of sea food at the Kumarakom restaurant, on Kodambakkom High Road, is worth trying out.
Fun-filled event
A GREAT day for rejoicing at Cilantro's, the multi-cuisine eat-out, after those 40 long days of fasting. The most happening place saw yet another event of pomp and show with the largest bunny in town for Easter Brunch. Kids were thrilled to see ...
Miscellany

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