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Weekend course in acting; From May 6

April 19, 2017

A weekend course for aspiring actors, working professionals and students will be held by Mindscreen Film Institute from May 6. The twelve week course on acting for camera will tackle topics like how to act, how to entertain, how the industry works and so on. From May 6. At 4, Ranga Lane, Ranga Road, Mylapore. To register call 9841612595

April 19, 2017

Regulating posters on public walls; police officer discusses issues with reps of political parties

How can wall posters be regulated in the Mylapore zone in order to keep the heritage zone smart and clean? This issue was at the core of a recent meeting the Deputy Commissioner of Police, V. Balakrishnan had with local […]

April 19, 2017

Post-Panguni concerts at temple attract big crowd

Post-Panguni concerts at temple attract big crowd

Carnatic music rasikas are thronging the Navaratri mantapam inside Sri Kapali Temple to listen to well known artistes at concerts every evening. The past three days have featured some of the biggest artistes – Sanjay Subrahmanyan, T M Krishna, Bombay […]

April 19, 2017

DCP wants volunteers on weekends to help regulate traffic on Marina’s service road

Would you like to volunteer on the Marina every weekend to help regulate vehicles on the service road? Then get in touch with Deputy Police Commissioner of Mylapore, V. Balakrishnan. The DCP is attempting to regulate traffic on the service […]

April 18, 2017

AIADMK political drama continues; one faction wants to shunt out T. T. V. Dhinakaran and family

The drama in the two factions of the AIADMK continues on Greenways Road. Tonight, there was a new twist and it had to do with only one faction – the faction which has Edappadi Palaniswami as chief minister claims now […]

April 18, 2017

BJP cadres protest in Mylapore; want two liquor shops near station closed. MLA says heritage zone must not have any liquor shops

BJP cadres protest in Mylapore; want two liquor shops near station closed. MLA says heritage zone must not have any liquor shops

BJP party cadres and women folk hailing from Pallakkma Nagar took to the busy R K Mutt Road near Thirumylai station this morning to demand the closure of two TASMAC liquor sales shops along the Buckingham Canal here. Both shops […]

April 18, 2017

Sankara Jayanthi celebrations; At Mylapore Veda Adhyayana Sabha from April 20

Mylapore Veda Adhyayana Sabha is organising its 85th Sankara Jayanthi celebrations from April 20 – 29 at Pitchupillai Street, Mylapore. Veda parayanam will be held everyday in the evening. On Sunday, April 30, a rudra ekadasi homam will be sent. Those willing […]

April 18, 2017

Workshop: Cooking and baking

Workshop: Cooking and baking

Frangipani Culinary Expressions is conducting an International Cooking & Baking Course from Apr 19 to 22. The course will cover four different cuisines – Indian, Italian, Chinese and Mexican with starters, main course items and desserts. Also covered is a […]

April 18, 2017

M. Ct. M School’s primary day celebration; Villupattu, dances and more

M. Ct. M School's primary day celebration; Villupattu, dances and more

Kids Fest, M. Ct. M. School’s primary and KG day, was recently held at the school’s auditorium at Luz. The prayer song, which was just the beginning, was followed by a variety programme including English skits, Tamil folk dances and […]

April 18, 2017

Woodlands eatery at Narada Gana Sabha temporarily closed

The Woodlands restaurant on the campus of Narada Gana Sabha auditorium on TTK Road has been temporarily closed. And rasikas who stop here for the steaming coffee or a crispy dose before attending a concert or a play have been […]

April 18, 2017

Frenzied political drama on Greenways Road on Monday night

Midnight action now seems to be part of the political theatre on Greenways Road, home to state ministers. Last night, the official residence of one minister suddenly came alive as many ministers and some MPs meet up for a hurried […]

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