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'Super’, ‘fantastic’, ‘excellent’ and ‘awesome’ are adjectives but Chance-eyilla is an emotion for the people of Chennai. Irrespective of their origin, people living in our city tag Chance-eyilla with everything that they feel is superlative and unbeatable. Be it a mind-blowing movie, mouth-watering street food, themusical marina,the recently launched metro, a drive along the ECR, or our larger-than-life superstar, we Chennaiitesalways scream “Chance-eyilla!” Imagine when your friends askyou, “How was the first day first show experience of superstar’s movie?”Your eyes light up to say, “Machaan Chance-eyilla da!” Though it directly translates to “no chance” in Chennai’s own language, it refers to an experience at a truly different level.
Chennai has always been a hub of talent. Be it Gaana or Classical music contemporary art forms like hip hop, stand up comedy or theatre, and indigenous forms like Therukoothu, Chennai's talent is truly chance-ey illa! The Times of India, as part of the Chennai UCCN initiative is all set to organise events in parks across Chennai, to nurture Namma talent. All you have to do is register on our website. Let the show begin!
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The Times of India invites you to live auditions and concerts of the 9th edition of Times Thyagaraja Awards with concerts by eminent musicians following
auditions every day. Times Thyagaraja awards is Chennai’s biggest Carnatic voice hunt by the Times of India that aims at bringing to lime light the young
Carnatic vocalists in the age group of 14-23. Following the auditions the grand finale for the competition will happen at the Music Academy on 18th Jan 2020.
For more details keep reading the Times of India Change begins here...
Avoiding plastic for any amount of time seems like a great thing to do. When individuals choose not to buy or use plastic, they remove plastic from their lives. But this is not enough to address the plastic crisis that we are all drowning in. What we really need is to eliminate problematic plastic altogether. To do that, we need to work together to push communities, companies, and cities to go plastic free. Take the #plasticgottago pledge today.
“I pledge to refuse single-use plastic, to reuse or recycle the plastic I currently have, to support but not stop at recycling plastic, and to compel companies and city governments to rethink wasteful technologies.”
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