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Beautiful People
Shedding the age-old conservative mind-set, these beautiful people made the twin cities of Vijayawada and Guntur proud. Whilst some of them sacrificed their professional life to serve the society that endowed them with whatever positions, some filed their personality traits to suit the social needs. Some fetched grandeur to their home town by excelling in their choicest fields, while some chose to excel in the fields they branched out into for obvious reasons. The twin cities have every reason to brag about having the most graceful women with infallible abilities at the helm, says A. Saye Sekhar
Voice Your Views :

To take my lover to the beautiful rose garden in town, to listen to what all she says and keep looking at her with a smiling face and do everything to make her very happy. N. Purna Chandra Rao, B.Tech, V.R.Siddhartha Engineering ...


A 'kick' of rich dividends
Deepa Raparla explores the cherished confrontation of Atchutha Rao and Sri Devi with fascination.

TINA (there is no alternative) for Benil
AMICABLE, INTERESTING, fun-loving and energetic, Benil Daniel and Tina were the gorgeous couple that made the time fly by at the Ilapuram Bar and Restaurant with their most appealing disposition the other day. Marriage between them is sure a ...

Silver body and macho hubcaps
Mubin Sultan captures the moods of Narasimha, his son and daughter-in-law on their prized possession.
Green Notes

Greet these green geeks
COMBINATION OF an artist and an agriculture scientist has worked wonders by painting the Bollineni house naturally green, turning neighbours green with envy. Of course, it's owner's pride, and why not? The Bollinenis' dream green abode tastefully ...

Reading breed
Book reading - A more desirable mode to fathom the author, says Deepa Raparla

The journey ends
AT LAST a film with an ending. The first two parts of `The Lord of the Rings' trilogy -- The Fellowship of the Ring and The Two Towers -- had endings which left audience quite disoriented. The reason for this is that the journey of Frodo Baggins, ...
Love's labour not lost
HAVE YOU ever tried making a commitment to being happy ? Taking time off to smell the roses may sound cliched. But what really matters is that when you finally get `there', the flowers will make all that effort seem worth it. That's precisely ...

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