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Voices from Chennai

Chennai-born Bharatanatyam dancer and writer Tulsi Badrinath whose roots lie in Uttar Pradesh has come out with a new book, which narrates stories of people who call the southern metropolis home. Dalit writer and activist P Sivakami, superstar ... Millennium Post, 1 month ago
The voices from the city of Chennai ZeeNews.com, 1 month ago
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IPL: Can RCB end slump against table-toppers Rajasthan?

Players from Royal Challengers Bangalore. Photograph: BCCI Pushed to the bottom of the heap after three successive losses, it will take an extraordinary effort from Royal Challengers Bangalore to overpower table-toppers Rajasthan Royals when the two sides clash in an Indian Premier League match in Ahmedabad on Friday. With five wins from six matches, Rajasthan are sitting pretty at the top with 10 points, their only loss coming against Kings XI Punjab in which they were beaten in the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Can Bangalore revive fortunes against formidable Chennai?  Rediff.com2 months ago RCB's hopes rest on Milne, Starc return  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Rajasthan Royals seek revenge in Bengaluru

Rajasthan Royals players (from left) Ajinkya Rahane, Steven Smith, Tim Southee, James Faulkner and Chris Morris. Photograph: BCCI Humiliated in their previous face-off this season, table toppers Rajasthan Royals will be desperate to extract revenge against a resurgent Royal Challengers Bangalore in Wednesday’s Indian Premier League match in Bengaluru. In the earlier meeting between the teams last week, Royal Challengers Bangalore beat Rajasthan Royals by nine wickets, with 23 balls to ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Blessings are with Vismay Shah, for now

It was a visibly relaxed Vismay Shah, accused in the Premchandnagar hit-andrun that killed two youths in 2013, who stepped out of the bungalow opposite Vismohak at 11.08 am. Vismohak, the bungalow where he lives, and the one opposite it appear to be ...
 AhmedabadMirror.com6 days ago
Outlook Traveller

Quick Guide: Mussoorie, Uttarakhand

Buzzing with activity, the tiny hill town of Mussoorie with its cascading waterfalls, meandering roads, colonial bungalows and dense forests is perfect for a rejuvenating weekend break from Delhi Sanjoy Ghosh Misty clouds roll in to greet the ...
 Outlook Traveller1 week ago

Childhood pages

I had made up my mind. Enough of video games, enough of play station! It was my favourite cousin's 11th birthday and I thought why not to get the little lad into the habit of reading by gifting him a book of his choice. A little disappointed at ...
 The Statesman3 weeks ago

Chatting with Chennai

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Special Arrangement Madras, Chennai and the Self: Conversations with the City; Tulsi Badrinath TOPICS A personality sketch of the city, it attempts a creative path in profiling the metropolis. The ...
 The Hindu4 weeks ago PTI - BOOK-MADRAS (MAG1) - The voices from the city of Chennai  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago PTI - BOOK-MADRAS - The voices from the city of Chennai  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago

A Special Practice Session for RCB

Tamahar, which was founded in 2009, was envisioned to provide a holistic intervention for children with special needs, to give personalised care and to enable caretakers to be a part of the rehabilitation process. In an institution where brain ...
 Web Newswire2 months ago An Unusual Practice Session for RCB  New Indian Express2 months ago
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Didn't ask for anything, says Rahul after offering prayers at Kedarnath

  Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Friday trekked to the revered Kedarnath shrine and said he was here to pay his respects to the victims of the 2013 floods in the region and did not ask for anything. Trekking a distance of 16 km to reach the shrine, Gandhi said that though he did not ask for anything at the shrine, he felt a “fire-like” energy after entering the holy portals. The Congress vice president said he had two motives to visit the shrine on foot. “First ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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