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Kamal Haasan launches “No Murder Tonight” by Gollapudi Subba Rao
youthful Kamal Haasan launched a Crime Thriller Novel in the name of “No Murder tonight” authored by his friend and colleague Gollapudi Maruthi Rao’s son Gollapudi Subba Rao.... more
worldoo 2.0 unveiled by Amitabh
Amitabh Bachchan unveiled the new look of worldoo.com, India’s first co-created online ecosystem for kids between 6-12 years of age. A mid-way between the concerns of parents and the wants of a child... more
Symbol of American Amity
The American Library of the U.S. Consulate has been one of the most happening spots in Chennai .since its establishment in 1947.With a collection of 800 books, the library has played a special role in the relationship between people of the United States and South India. American... more
Higginbothams-a veritable treasure trove
Higginbothams is one of the leading book stores in Chennai. It was started in the year 1844 by Shri. S. Anandharamakrishnan, the chairman of Amalgamations group. It has its branch at 50 railway stations and even at airport since 1944... more
Theosophical society- A Haven of peace
The Theosophical society, founded in 1875, is a worldwide body whose primary object is universal brotherhood based on the realization that life, in all its diverse forms, human and non-human, is indivisibly one.... more
Do away with exam fear
Blessy, Vidhya, Aruntamil, Swathy Priya, Bhanupriya give tips to - Do away with exam fear... more
AKANKKSHA- improves handwriting
A couple .Pawan kumar and Seema manage the institution Akannksha since 2005. Pawan Kumar started this institution as a affected parent since he received a lot of complaint from the teachers because of his child’s poor handwriting he searched for a solution and finally found the best way to improve his son’s handwriting... more
Meera Rao – a woman of letters
Lavanya explores the journalistic acumen of Meera who has been writing for almost five decades.... more
 
 
 
 
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