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The Times of India: While people prefer the comfort of their home and a piping cup of hot coffee while reading their favourite book during the monsoon season, they prefer to read at places outside their homes during summer. The city's youngsters love to read anything from Sheldon...
The Times of India: CHENNAI: Statistics from the corporation that show 26 people have died of rabies in Chennai since 2011 does not surprise doctors unduly. They know that the civic body has been underreporting cases of the disease and say they hope officials will finally take...
The Times of India: BANGALORE: Work has begun on re-fixing the Karnataka-Andhra Pradesh border near Bellary, where boundary markings were allegedly destroyed by Obulapuram Mining Company (OMC), belonging to jailed former minister G Janardhana Reddy. The Survey of India (SoI)...
San Francisco Chronicle: This Easter, the world’s first community-edited, multilingual, online, Christian music platform, Gospell.org, launches for public beta. Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India (PRWEB) April 20, 2014 Christian music has a beauty and grace that captivates listeners all over...
Seattle Post: This Easter, the world’s first community-edited, multilingual, online, Christian music platform, Gospell.org, launches for public beta. Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India (PRWEB) April 20, 2014 Christian music has a beauty and grace that captivates listeners all over...
Stuff: Christchurch and century-old stone churches were once synonymous. The February 2011 earthquake wrecked some of the city's best-known religious landmarks and few denominations were spared. The Anglicans and Catholics lost their heritage-listed cathedrals, the...
The Times of India: CHENNAI: Two patients changed the life of Dr Selvaraj forever - one was Ginnett, who became his wife and later divorced him; the other was Velayutham, whom he engaged to murder Ginnett. Selvaraj did his MBBS and postgraduation at Stanley Medical College in...
The Hindu: Hard on the heels of catching up with a second esplanade in Madras (Miscellany, April 14), I’ve been told about another landmark in Madras that I had not heard of before. It is the Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes in Perambur, a church replicating in form...
The Hindu: After the release of Prahlada (1941) Malayalam cinema production went through a long period of inactivity. Exhibitors in Travancore, Cochin and Malabar had to depend on films from other places. No one ventured to produce a film here. The topic of discussion...
Graduation2014-04-20
The Hindu: The 12th graduation day ceremony of the IndianAcademy group of institutions was held recently. Over 900 students from various disciplines such as B.Com, B. Sc, MBA, M.Sc and Nursing graduated at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. S.L. Rao, former...
The Hindu: IIT Madras is ready with its next edition of ImagingCinema 2014, a screenwriting-cum-filmmaking workshop from June 7 to 14. The focus is on various aspects of screenwriting. Sessions on screenwriting will be...
The Hindu: From asking for adequate facilities for the physically challenged to voting rights for prisoners and inpatients in the government hospital, the district administration has been receiving a number of requests ahead of the elections. A Madurai-based lawyer, S....
The Hindu: The ManagementCenterInnsbruck (MCI), Austria, partners with IIT-Madras for its management programmes and its students spend a portion of their semester at IIT-Madras. The students of the MCI visited the Sankara Nethralaya...
Newstrack India: TweetNew York, April 20 (IANS) What about giving a voice command to your smart phone to post Selfies, play songs or even unlock your car! Four students from University of Pennsylvania have developed a technology called GoogolPlex that allows users to get more...