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Mad over Madras

Mariayn Jennifer, Wednesday, 26th August 2015
Fort St George has always been the center of attraction and business in Chennai. Always, here we mean even while the British were still in India. Used as the Secretariat today, it was also the court of command for East India Company and later the British Monarch.

By students, for students

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Pachchai Nerame... Pachchai Nerame...

A large number of trees, green meadows and quite flowing stream welcome visitors at the art exhibition that is on at La Galerie D'Expression at Hotel Ambassador Pallava in Egmore.   ... Read More >>

Three cheers for Cheriyal painting

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Tamil poet Bharathidasan remembered

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Picturising Nepal through lens

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