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Poignant images
Children fascinate Rachael Turner. Her latest project with TEACH India brought her to Chennai. SAVITHA GAUTAM talks to the young U.K.-based journalist-filmmaker.
Sculpted to perfection
David Lladro was recently in Chennai to assess the market for his exquisite porcelain sculptures. An interview with the scion of the family...

Paddler par excellence
Table-tennis ace Subramanian Raman, at 33, is still rated the fittest player in the game today. He won his second title this year, beating top-ranked youngsters. A profile...
From cricket to contract bridge
Ashantha de Mel, former Sri Lankan cricketer who now plays bridge for his country, speaks about his passion for both games.
The 'K' factor
KAMAL HASSAN is always ready to take risks. But of late, his risk taking ventures have backfired and today his detractors are shouting from the rooftop that he has reached the end of the road. Kamal is however made of sterner stuff and the actor ...
Scoring hits
LETS FACE it. There isn't anyone like A. R. Rahman on the Indian music scene. He is simply the best and his audios sell like hot cakes. Saregama and Rahman have come together once again with "Saathiya" the Hindi remake of the Mani Ratnam's ...
At a crossroads
AT A time when Hindi films are crashing left right and centre, nobody is willing to guess what the future holds for Bollywood. There have been only two genuine hits this year — Vikram Bhatt's "Raaz" and "Devdas". Nobody is sure of what ...
Tele troubles
OH, WHAT a cracker of a Diwali it was on the channels! Never before have so many blockbusters been telecast. In 10 days, there were so many mega movies like "Lagaan", "Humraaz", "Sixth-Sense", "Gladiator", "Padayappa" and "Minnale". In ...
Those forgotten stalwarts
Unless there is professionalism, it will be difficult for Tamil Nadu to make a mark in the sporting arena.
On a `rug'ged route
Ancient carpets from different parts of the world, even restored ones are on show at the "Antique Carpet Exhibition" at the Indo-Persian Rugs and Carpets, TTK Road in the city.
Mane problem?
ANXIOUS ABOUT your skin or hair? Pivot Point is organising a free hair and skin consultancy service for a limited period. Your skin and hair will be analysed and you will be given a remedy to improve your skin and hair type. The professional ...

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