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Chennai chronicler rediscovers American connect to Madras

Chennai: The idea of bandanas, the uber cool look of the Wild West, is an improvisation of the piece of cloth worn by the people in Madras, and so are the handkerchiefs from here which were used as a turban by African slaves working in the fields. Times of India, 2 weeks ago
New Indian Express

IIT Alumni Rediscover Creativity

CHENNAI: They are changing the way you and your child converse at home. As families become nuclear, and career growth and financial security take prominence, the role of parents has been reduced to a mere provider, rather than a mentor. To change ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago

The Man Who Knew Infinity, A Biopic On Indian Mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan

India has been blessed with a genius Srinivasa Ramanujan. He was an Indian mathematician and autodidact who, with almost no formal training in pure mathematics, made extraordinary contributions to mathematical analysis, number theory, infinite ...
 The Logical Indian3 days ago

Taj Connemara to close down for a year

Vivanta by Taj Connemara, the city's iconic 125-year-old heritage hotel, will close down for a year from May 10 for a comprehensive makeover aimed at recreating the grandeur of its early past. The plan is to reopen it as an intimate high-end ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Scottish mayor's descendant retraces family's history in Chennai

Chennai: Dusty lanes, dilapidated buildings, historic churches and nostalgic signboards - it's been an eventful journey for Shaun Leavey and his wife, Hilary, as they retrace their steps through old Madras to learn about Shaun's great, great, great, ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Tamil actor Karthi enters Telugu cinema with Oopiri

He plays a young man who cares for a quadriplegic, in a remake of French hit The Intouchables From playing country bumpkin Paruthiveeran on his debut to the rowdy Pandian, who does not see eye to eye with his father-in-law in Komban , Karthi is ...
 Gulf News1 month ago Tamil actor Karthi makes Telugu debut in Oopiri  Gulf News1 month ago
The Hindu

The house of groaning shelves

They were once hallowed spaces of knowledge. Today derelict and with aging collections of books, libraries in the city still hold secrets within their cavernous halls, writes NAVEENA VIJAYAN There's pin-drop silence. The gentle whirr of a fan, ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Cooking is a craft: Aditya Bal

Celebrity chef Aditya Bal explains why he made the right decision in not going to culinary school Aditya Bal used to be a model. Then, he dabbled in films. After that, he started cooking. I was just looking to earn a livelihood. Basically, I ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
DNA India

Great great grandson of man who re-discovered Ajanta Caves to visit today

Ajanta Caves are among the first to be put on the World Heritage Sites in India list in the year 1983 —For representation purpose only Colonel Martin Smith, a direct descendent of Captain John Smith who re-discovered the Ajanta Caves way back ...
 DNA India2 months ago

On a green mission

K. Vasuki, Executive Director of the Kerala Suchitwa Mission, on why she wants city residents to trash that use-and-throw habit and how to ensure a plastic-free Attukal Pongala K. Vasuki has a simple prescription to free the city from plastic ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
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