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Thursday, April 08, 2004
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GO bananas over buffet
Art of flirting
There are certain social graces to be kept in mind before indulging in flirting.
Relax, it's only a game
Relaxing in between a hectic pace will help you last longer.
My Best is yet to come
Tabu is looking at life beyond cinema, finds out RADHIKA RAJAMANI in this chat.
For a change this week, the artiste Bageshree talks about herself, her music and her new album.
Chords & Notes
THE MANI Ratnam-A. R. Rahman team is back with their new venture, `Aayitha Ezhuthu'. Grab your copies of the new album. Aayitha Ezhuthu spells brilliance through out. Rahman is at his best here. The album opens with the song, Hey, gubbye ...
A DIFFERENT kind of STAR
After his long trudge from a major knee injury to the pinnacle of world badminton, P. Gopichand has emerged as a perfect role model.
Southern spice, a forgotten flavour
Olympian Simon Sunderraj, the coach of the Kerala team, which won its maiden Santosh Trophy in 1973, takes a trip down the glorious highway. STAN RAYAN listens to the happy chatter.
A big range here too!
IN PRICING too, the buffets in the city hotels display the same range and variety as they do on their food laden tables. For the daily Tommy tuckers an easy on the pocket, working lunch and exective dinners come anywhere in the range of Rs.110 to ...
Cookies and cake
To make the sponge: Grease three 18 cm round shallow cake tins and line the bases. Sieve the flour and corn flour together and set aside. Put the beaten eggs and sugar in a heatproof bowl and stand over a pan of simmering water. Beat with ...
A taste of Travancore this Easter: Fish and fowl
THE SEASON of Easter brings joy and happiness . These traditional recipes are the greatest contribution of the Travancore Christians to the world of cuisine. A blending of old tradition with modernity! Duck Potato Roast Duck- 1 ...
Riot of red and pink
Originally planted in hill stations by the British, the foxglove has found its way to lower elevations.
It's a happy holiday
Off on a holiday to different places, TANYA ABRAHAM finds that heading home is the most popular choice for many citywallahs.
Stainless steel is back with a vengeance, in a new avatar.
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