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Tender Loving Care
What started as an informal meeting of a handful of retirees is now an oasis of care and compassion for the elderly. JOHNY PAZHANILATH on `Souhrudam', which is a fine example of self-help.
Book Review

A jigsaw of childhood memories
TO THE general public used to Kamala Das's penchant for inviting controversies at the drop of a hat, A Childhood in Malabar will come as a surprise. It is a book set in the period of World War II, but which the shadow of war rarely touches. ...
Lifestyle

Lead, kindly LIGHT
Light up your home in more interesting ways than one. And there is plenty to try out from in the city, finds out RADHIKA GARG.
Personality

Beyond stardom
ONE FILM; overnight fame. As Chandu Nagre he was riveting. Oberoi's dark, deep-set eyes, unconventional looks and an unflinching belief in the self are what set him apart from the new crop of actors. After his breakthrough role in Ram Gopal ...
Cinema

The burden of being Chandu
IF YOU have a name that spells trouble, well then, you had it. Rafi-Mecartin explains the angst, confusion and sometimes, the lighter moments that a young man faces in his life, mostly because of his name, in their latest movie Chathickatha ...


Police story
`Khakee' is a realistic take on the police force.
Eating Out

Happy in her world
Annie shares one of her favourite recipes...
On a TOMATO trail
Tangy tomatoes can be prepared in many different ways.
Green Notes

Hanging garden
`Hemgraphis colourata' is a popular garden plant grown in hanging pots and to cover bald patches on lawns.
Land & People

More than security
The small but distinguished Nepali workforce of Gorkhas in the city gives more to it than a sense of security. SUNIL NALIYATH on their dwindling but comforting presence.
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