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Stray into a sexagenarian coffee house
Hair and lovely
A balanced diet is as important as external care for lustrous tresses
Silent witness of a rich past
The brick-red mansion that houses the District Court at North Parur stands as a piece of grand architecture. M. PRASHANTH on its golden past and ordinary present
In pursuit of the right frame
IN THE fall of 1997 when a freak accident took the life of Princess Diana, ghastly images of the incident were splashed on the front pages of all dailies and on TV screens. Even as the world grieved and mourned the death of the people's princess, ...
Recording the history of RECORDS
Collector and music aficionado Lars Fredriksson is in the city. T. K. SADASIVAN catches up with him in the course of his musical journey
A yen for creativity
Filmmaker Balu Mahendra speaks about the changing trends in cinema
Meet the tiny superstar
AS SHE comes to the shooting site with that trademark smile intact, almost every face lights up with affection and delight. Taruni Sachdev, who plays Ammu in Vinayan's forthcoming thriller 'Vellinakshthram,' is a livewire. The director states ...
A thriller in the making
THERE IS something really special about Bolghatty Palace. The buildings, the scenery and the general ambience give the place a distinct look. At least director Vinayan definitely feels so. He has chosen the island for the shooting of his latest ...
It's time to disco!
Check out the songs that rule the dance floors across the country
A taste of history
Fort Cochin is a wok where the varied flavours of different cultures have left behind a food blend that is its very own. Chef Sanjay De, of The Brunton Boatyard, has skilfully rehashed the foreign flavours to create a history cuisine served there. T his is the first part of the `history cuisine'
A rush of red
Small spreading branches and arching stems make the Fountain plant look like a spray of water
A week of worship
For the first time a joint Bhagwat Saptaha was held by 15 Gujarati families in Mattancherry
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