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CAUGHT AND BOWLED
Energise your skin
Put the zing back into your skin. Read on.
Touch of femininity
Elements from the women's wardrobe are making a stylish foray into men's fashion.
Ever heard of a mechanised thakil, chengila and mani? Visit the Puthanchantha Gandhariamman Koil for a glimpse.
Block-printed saris, salwar kameez
Suryakala, a designer wear outlet at Killipalam, specialises in block-printed saris and salwar kameez.
The Centre for Linguistic Computing Keralam (CLICK), launched by the Centre for Development of Imaging Technolofy (C-DIT), is expected to make progress in local language computing.
Two albums with off-beat themes have been released. Check them out...
On a platter
Highland Park, a vegetarian restaurant in the city, offers Indian dishes at affordable prices.
'Anokha' to be staged on Sep. 19
`Anokha, the dance of the gods and men' will be performed by the French Hip-hop company, Accrorap, on September 19, at the AKG Memorial Hall, in the city. `Anokha' is a fusion dance project that attempts to showcase the unity of dance forms of ...
Classics on show
Filca will screen Truffaut's `The Soft Skin' and Zanussi's `Behind the Wall' in the city on September 21.
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