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On your knees
Exercising the quadriceps muscle helps keep the knee joint in good condition
Sweating it out
THE SWANKY sweaters, the vibrantly coloured topis, and the mufflers sported by Shammi Kapoor and Rajesh Kanna, Bollywood icons of yesteryears, in many of their films, are still in memory of many, even today. Though such wears are usually meant ...
THE NUMBER of libraries in the city has gone down. There should be at least one library for every thousand persons. Amidst the din and bustle of city life, it may be difficult for the people to go to libraries during working days. Hence, just ...
The portrait of a painter
Now, he is concentrating on infusing innovations into his work.
Playing on a philosophical puzzle
The play stresses the fact that there is an element of incompleteness in every self.
Web of aroma
Aromatherapy is an ideal way to beat stress and maintain good health
Stuck in Barbie mode
Britney Spears' new album `In the Zone' is a disappointment
Principles in practice
Theory is as important as practice for junior cricketers, say coaches
Purple hearts look beautiful when grouped together, in hanging pots or as miniature hedges
A new wave
`MULTIPLEXING' IS the latest word in the lingo of the young and happening crowd in Delhi and Mumbai. According to a recent survey, the number of cinemagoers has doubled in these cities with the opening of luxury malls having swanky multiplexes. ...
Hype and hoopla
TRADITIONALLY, THE Id-Ramzan weekend is ideal for the release of Bollywood films. This year, two films, Shah Rukh Khan's "Kal Ho Na Ho" and Fardeen Khan's "Janasheen" are releasing for Id. The hype and hoopla surrounding "KHNH", directed by ...
THE YEAR 2003 has been Hollywood's year of franchise films or sequels to popular hits like "Matrix" and "Terminator". This is mainly happening as there is a dearth of original stories and ideas. Further, producers and studios believe that there ...
AFTER THE stupendous success of "Kaakha Kaakha" and "Pitamagan", Surya has become hot property in Tamil tinsel town. Producers are keen to sign him up and are offering him an eight-figure salary! His next release will be Mani Ratnam's "Ayutha ...
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