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Waiting for the talent spring
For a State which has produced many top athletes, Kerala should fare better in tennis, says Ramesh Krishnan in a chat with STAN RAYAN.
Health & Medicine

Vinegar facts
What if it is just wine turned sour, vinegar is useful in many ways.

Be your own health activist
Periodic screening is a must to keep diseases at bay...

The `oomph' factor!
A young pop sensation from Thailand sports a daring `look at me' attitude.
Eating Out

Lamb biriyani, if you please
Mopila cuisine is taking flight to French shores. MINU ITTYIPE meets the homemaker-chef who makes bold to serve Malabar delicacies to the French.

Seafood, as you like it
THE AVENUE Center Hotel is celebrating this holiday season with a `Sea-food Festival'. The festival is set at the Hot Plate Restaurant, with a display of a variety of seafood ranging from the exotic lobster and tiger prawn, to the most sought ...

Sunny days
SAIF ALI Khan is on a roll. With much acclaimed performance and critical appreciation he has achieved in recent days with Kal Ho Na Ho and Ek Hasina Thi, Saif is appearing in Hum Tum (scheduled to release shortly) and ...
More movies?
EVER SINCE a few months there has been widespread speculation about Madhuri Dixit-Nene's career plans. She seems to be treading the cautious path so far. She is said to have signed films with Somnath Sen (of Leela fame) and Buddhadeb ...
Brad loses battle to Bana
PERFECTIONISTS TO the core - that is what Brad Pitt and Eric Bana tried to become on the sets of Troy. The duo spent weeks rehearsing for the fight sequences in the movie. Since the fights involved using swords, they choreographed their ...
Hey Mr DJ!
HE IS as fond of music as he is of acting or so it seems. Perhaps this is why Elijah Wood has been asked by pop flagship station BBC Radio One to stand in for veteran DJ John Peel when he goes on vacation later this year. The music-loving Lord ...
The real thing
SOPHIE MARCEAU (The World is Not Enough) showed off a stunning diamond necklace but she said one of her most valued treasures is a macaroni necklace made by her son. Marceau told reporters her son crafted the pasta jewellery at school and ...

For POWER dressing
IF YOU are the young man, poised to take centrestage in the corporate corridors and want to indulge in some power dressing, head for the first exclusive store devoted to the two clothing brands, Genesis and Basics, on M.G.Road. The store racks ...
Land & People

Stars of the Show
The new Lok Sabha has better star value than ever before. With Dharmendra, Govinda, Jaya Prada joining Sunil Dutt, Vinod Khanna and Raj Babbar, it is one multi-starrer they have not worked in the past. But, insist the stars, it is not goodbye to film s. ZIYA US SALAM finds out.

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