Can Kohli replicate Kapil Dev’s feat in England?

India head into the World Cup as one of the favorites alongside England. With a strong batting lineup and a good mixture of variety in the bowling, India is touted to be the team to beat in the tournament. Continue Reading

Children call me Eli mama: SJ Suryah

‘I am happy that at a time when people watch films for star value, it feels good that crowds come in for good stories as well’, says SJ Suryah. Speaking at the success meet of Monster in Chennai, Suryah, said, ‘The story is the hero of this film”. Continue Reading

Six composers for one movie

Putting the sequel to Imsai Arasan 23am Pulikesi, fi lmmaker Simbhu Devan has begun his directorial Kasadatabara. Produced by Venkat Prabhu’s Black Ticket Company, in association with Trident Arts’ R Ravindran, the movie will narrate stories in six different perspectives and buzz is that six set of technicians will work in the project. Continue Reading

Producers shocked by theatre owners’ decision

The recent announcement by Tamilnadu Multiplex and Theatre Owners Association (TMTOA) on new share percentage for films featuring popular actors has shocked producers and distributors. They are afraid that it may affect their overall revenue. Continue Reading

Gastroenterologist Deepak Subramanian cautions about hernia

Hernia is caused by muscle weakness and if not treated, will develop into a serious issue, so it is always better to treat it at the earliest, says Dr Deepak Subramanian, senior consultant in general, laparoscopic, surgical gastroenterology and bariatric surgery. Well-known for his specialisation in hernias and obesity-related surgeries, he speaks to News Today about hernia, its effects on the body, symptoms and how it can be treated. Continue Reading

IIT-M develops technique to recover oil from offshore wells

Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology Madras are developing indigenous processes for efficient recovery of oil from mature offshore wells. In India, domestic crude oil production is currently insufficient to meet the nation’s energy demands. Continue Reading