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Creative creators
This year's attractions in the list of Vilacheri dolls are Ramanujar, the Ravana Darbar, Vasudevar carrying Lord Krishna in a basket, Govardhana Giri and the set of Alwars, writes M.R. ARAVINDAN.
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Responses to this column have been overwhelming, as always. Hence, more letters on the same topic will be published next week also.

Down Memory Lane

Some old teachers
The teachers were of various sorts. Some had a way with words, others fumbled and made heavy going of expressing themselves, reminisces J.VASANTHAN.

Glamour and Goodwill
Model, actress, film producer, foodie and now, the new informal ambassador to UNIFEM. Padma Lakshmi in conversation with T. KRITHIKA REDDY
Green Notes

Organic options
Natural pesticides are an alternative to chemicals that harm land and water resources

A walk in the clouds
Ambanaad: don't bring your world here; escape it, says SOMA BASU

Inimitable Visu
VISU DOES not mince words. Initially, his frankness takes you by surprise, and soon you begin to respect the man for it. The yesteryear master of family drama in cinema is today's chat show doyen on the small screen. It is more than 10 years ...
TELUGU MEGA star Chiranjeevi's younger brother Pawan Kalyan, himself a star after eight films, is still an enigma. Unlike Chiru, Pawan is aloof and hardly interacts with the media. Last week, he celebrated his birthday quietly by doing some ...
Mushy musical
FANS OF Salman Khan and Preity Zinta who love mushy romantic tales can make plans to see "Dil Ne Jise Apna Kahaa" (DNJAK) releasing this Friday. Salman is a media tycoon who falls in love with a doctor played by Preity Zinta whose only aim in ...
Packaged entertainment
"CHELLAMAY", PRODUCED by GJ Cinemas and released last Friday, is hot in the trade not for its stars but for the catchy promos and teaser trailers with lots of glamour in the form of Reema Sen. The film boasts an excellent technical crew and ...
Worthy sequel
IN HOLLYWOOD'S summer of sequels, the only one which was not torn apart by critics is "The Bourne Supremacy", which was released in India last Friday. It is a worthy sequel to "The Bourne Identity" based on Robert Ludlum's spy character suffering ...

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