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Revisiting Pochampally

D esigner Rahul Mishra will unveil his collection in Pochampally. The designer says about his collection, “The most difficult task is to do justice to this mastery of generations, ikat, and give it a new dimension. ‘To tap without tampering' is the motto.” Rahul, a postgraduate from the National Institute of Design, has won laurels in India and the European markets. The collection will feature wraps, coats, tunics and saris that are contemporary yet classic.

Venue: Taj Falaknuma Palace

Date: Today, 7.30 p.m.

More for less

T .G.I. Friday unveiled their two course Rs. 299 (exclusive of taxes) dinner menu. The select menu offers large Friday's sized portions guaranteed to fill you up. Try the Spicy Boneless Chicken Wings, Herb Grilled Chicken and more.

There are eight appetisers, 15 entrees and five desserts to choose from.

Yoga camp

G andhi Gyan Mandir Yoga Kendra, Koti, will be organising a special one-day free camp under expert guidance to manage asthma.

Venue: Gandhi Gyan Mandir, Koti

Date: Sunday, November 27, 7.30 a.m. to 9 am.

For details : 6673 5331 / 2475 5331 / 09246182484

Photos on Walls

A lliance Francaise of Hyderabad and the Govt of Andhra Pradesh present a photo exhibition ‘Walls Between People' that portrays permanent tensions in a globalised world, symbolised by walls.

The inauguration of the exhibition is followed by a documentary film screening of ‘Walls of Shame'.

Venue : State Gallery of Fine Arts, Kavuri Hills, Madhapur.

Date: December 2 to 11.

Graphic art

S anchalana, a travelling exhibition of recent graphic prints by printmaker C. Chandrashekara, will be inaugurated on December 4 by poet and writer C. Narayana Reddy.

Venue: Corner House Gallery, Road No.44, Jubilee Hills

Date: December 4 to December 13 (10.30 am to 7 pm)

Contact: 8008 222391, 040- 2355 8446




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