Siva Vishnu Temple, located at Guruswamy Street, Gowrivakkam is a Thirumana Parihara Sthalam as the presiding deities Siva and Parvathi are present in Thirumana kolam.
Being an IT employee, Prashanth spends the first half of his day daily by sitting in front of a system, and working hard for his employer. However once his shift gets over he gets home and makes himself busy holding the sundal karandi in one hand and calling the customers to taste the home-made traditional evening snack being sold at a stall by him.
Arulmigu Veera Anjaneya Temple, located near Mankulam bus stop, Guindy is a very old temple that has been in existence for nearly six centuries. Continue Reading
With sold-out tickets already a positive sign that the pink-ball cricket will get back the interest among the spectators to watch Test matches, the success of it will set the stage for the future of pink-ball cricket in India. Continue Reading
Tamil Thalaivas succumbed to yet another defeat at home, this time against table-toppers Jaipur Pink Panthers with a narrow margin of 26-28, at the Pro Kabaddi League Season 7, in Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Wednesday. Continue Reading
“Comali is a satirical comedy on today’s evolution and technology and focuses on how things have changed over the years with people drifting away from families, living life in mobile phones. I liked this concept very much,” says actress Kajal Aggarwal, who is back in Kollywood after Mersal with Comali. Continue Reading
The world will witness three major sporting events on a single day tomorrow and, incidentally, all of those will take place in the UK – World Cup final at Lord’s, Silverstone Grand Prix, where Englishman Lewis Hamilton will be in action, and Wimbledon Final between Djokovic and Federer. Continue Reading
Before the start of the World Cup, the contest between India and England was touted to be the game of the tournament but the then World No. 1 in ODI rankings, England, have lost three of their seven games so far and are on the verge of a disappointing exit from the World Cup. Continue Reading
Fresh after facing a humiliating defeat at the hands of tournament favourites England, Afghanistan will face another heavyweight in India in the World Cup match at Southampton tomorrow. Continue Reading
It is the only game where emotions, patriotism and spirit run high and players get an extra motivation to perform well. The prevailing political tensions between the two countries has raised tremendous expectations for the match. Continue Reading