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Monday, October 20, 2003
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Can't be discounted
ALL EYES in the gym instinctively seek out the hardcore professional body builder. We ordinary mortals with flaccid biceps gawk enviously when the local Arnold-lite poses in the full-length mirror. We'd give anything to be that guy with the ...
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CARDS still speak
LIKE IN any industry, the business season for greeting cards, in a year, begins with the Deepavali. Though there are several occasions, throughout the year, for which greetings can be sent, still many make it a point to send greetings to their ...
Not yet brisk
Low percentage of bonus, government staff strike, general recession and the drought have been cited as reasons for dull business this Diwali
Back in the reckoning
HE GOT one opportunity and he came up with a hundred. The left-hander got it right in the nick of time. Sadagopan Ramesh is back in the hunt in a season where the great Indian search for a durable pair of Test openers continues. "A knife ...
THE TAJ Garden Retreat, Pasumalai, Madurai, will organise a five-day dosai fest from October 22 to 26. The fest titled, Dosai Food Promotion, would be organised at The View Restaurant on the hotel premises between 7.30 p.m. to 11.00 p.m. The ...
SWEET are the days
EXCHANGING PLEASANTRIES has been an integral part of any festival. If it is for Deepavali, then the joy knows no bounds as the young and the old alike would be waiting for the season so as to taste some of the delicious sweets. No doubt, ...
THE GENUS Acalypha belonging to family Euphorbiacea comes from New Guinea. Acalypha Wilkesiana has tiny insignificant flowers, but is prized for its attractive foliage. Its pointed oval leaves, which are about 10-cm long and ...
Sparkling sound and fury
DEEPAVALI CAN bring many fond memories. No adult could forget the thrill of bursting crackers. It is rightly called a festival of lights, as crackers can light up the sky. They are part and parcel of this festival. Despite, the Supreme Court ...
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