The Home Exhibition which takes place every year in Madurai is clearly an event that should not be missed by the local population. Indeed, the fair was on for ten days, from February 11th to the 21st of this year. It attracted most of the people as the entrance fee was only Rs.10. It was also the opportunity for many brands to become even more well-known and for customers to benefit from rock-bottom prices.
On the 10th December 2009, "Food festival" began, about many various products in connection with the food on Thallakulam Ground in MADURAI.
According to Income Tax Act 1961, every person, who is an assesse and whose total income exceeds the maximum exemption limit, shall be chargeable to the income tax at the rate or rates prescribed in the finance act.
Palagiyathe Privatharka, "to know only to go separate ways", is a Kollywood love movie produced by Sivajothi films. ANTHONY VIRENQUE had the opportunity to see the shooting of one scene from this first movie of S. A. Selva Kumar.
Anyone looking for a little piece of Andhra Pradesh in Tamil Nadu would have found it neatly tucked into the hall of Sri Kaliswari College during their annual food festival. The theme of the festival was 'Hyderabad Cuisine' and every element in the room was reminiscent of that. From the re-enactments of the buzzing bazaars to the students dressed in the traditional clothing of the state, every piece of the décor gave you a glimpse into the culture of the 'City of pearls'.
The 13th Edition of the "Chamber Trade Fair" with the theme - Industrial Linkage Empowers Agriculture opened on the December 18th at the Tamukkam Ground, organized by Tamil Nadu Chamber of Commerce. The inaugural function was hold by Collector N. Mathivanan.
It is composed of hostesses, stewards, and purser and, on big plane: chief purser (who is responsible for what's happening in the cabins: security and commercial parts.
India is known all around the world to be a place of mysticism, and it's no wonder that even in modern times some questions are left answered by traditional belief. The use of astrologers is one example of India's willingness to offer its faith in the extraordinary. Sivakasi Times was able to meet with one astrologer named Kannan, who lives in Kannaki Colony.
A profile of Sivakasi's well known pianist, Mr. Herbert, for whom making music is a passion, not just a vocation.
As most know, the movie industry has and continues to be a truly essential part of Indian culture. However in Tamil Nadu that importance is even more apparent, and visiting five of Sivakasi's local theaters shows its significance.
The sari is as much a symbol of India as are its temples, its massive population and the Taj Mahal, but is wearing them really as simple and relaxed as it looks? Rebecca Bailey found the answer to be a resounding "no".
India is a land of beautiful things and its temples are no exception to the rule. Rebecca Bailey explored a few of the hundreds that lie in and around Sivakasi.
Nestled amongst the green Palani mountains, 'My School Satya Surabhi' looks more like an English country cottage than a school. Don't be fooled. Within the walls of the red brick building more substantial work is being done than in most state schools in India. The school, set up and run by Padmini and Ram Mani, is aimed primarily at young children from underprivileged backgrounds. Most impressively, it has all been funded from their own pockets, aided only by, as the Beatles sang, 'a little help from their friends.'
Although globalization is a fast moving process that has started to affect almost every aspect of our daily life and to influence our world views, most countries still manage to retain their own cultural identity. For that reason it is even more surprising that the "concept of marriage" has developed in almost every cultural group, even in the most remote areas. But the idea of marriage as an everlasting bond between two partners has not only spread globally, it has also endured numerous generations. This proves that human beings seek a combination of both the continuation of their own race and the social security that is provided by the support of a life long partner.
There are definitely perks to being a reporter for the Sivakasi Times and one of them would have to be our recent research on several nearby small eateries. Honestly, we just couldn't have done the job properly without tasting at least some of the food available!
When entering a movie theatre, every single spectator might have different expectations and wishes, but all have only one aim: emerging from reality and the ordinary world and spending a certain while in different times and spaces. To fulfill these expectations, movie companies try their best to make their theatres as comfortable and attractive as possible. One of those places where staff and administration work hard to create a familiar and cosy atmosphere is the "Big Cinema" in Sivakasi.
Krishnammal Jagannathan freedom fighter cum social activist and founder of LAFTI in Nagapattinam, by Amy (Australia); Chasing the north east Monsoon, our MM team Member chased monsoon from Chennai, meet the Metrological Survey of India by Caroline (Denmark); Chasing the Danish tradition at Taharangambadi by Caroline (Denmark); "Life of a fisher man" in Nagapattinam, Pondycherry, Kanyakumari & Chennai. village voice at fisher man village at Nagapattinam Hanae Arki (Japan);