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Monday, July 30, 2001

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Variety

Horticulture


Training for women in horticulture
A woman getting trained at a workshop organised by the Department of Horticulture, Andhra Pradesh Government. The two-day training programme on dried flowers and floral crafts was held in Hyderabad from July 25.

Miscellaneous
A lion in his own lifetime
``SHOULD we go home?'' asked the father anxiously of his 9-year-old son who was sobbing hysterically in the darkened theatre hall. The theatre (I guess) was Chitra. The film (I am sure) was Pasa Malar and the boy in question (I am certain) was me. Sivaji Ganesan, who for the best part of four decades made eyes moist without batting an eyelid plunged millions into tears when he breathed his last.


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