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What's cooking? Coconut Coast on BBC
Physiotherapy route to HEALTH
Physiotherapy is getting popular as people realise its potential, but the physiotherapy scene is not quite a happy one, reports LEELA MENON.
Tender coconut reigns
With colas in the dock, tender coconut water has once again become a popular drink.
Service with a smile
Good service completes the dining experience in a restaurant
A pioneer of public arts
Jayapala Panikkar's style was rooted in his environment. He was attracted to the Tantric too. His works can best be described as semi-abstracts as he amalgamated both folk and the west's abstract styles to start a new investigation in visual arts.
Saint who protects women
IT IS common to have a small temple or Kavu attached to large Hindu household in many parts of Kerala. But it very uncommon to have a chapel with access to the public, attached to a Christian family. There exists a chapel in Kochi exclusively run ...
FIT and fighting at FORTY
The cassette is middle-aged, and still quite potent
Vadas are one of the most popular desi fast food snacks And they come in exciting varieties.
Cascading climber, gardener's delight
Pale pink blooms of Podranea enhance the beauty of gardens
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