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Saturday, September 18, 2004
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A looong nose for news
Too much to ask?
IT IS nice that MetroPlus now comes five times a week, focussing on local talents and events. Admittedly, in the milieu of a fast-paced life, lighter reading has better appeal to readers. Nevertheless, alongside, many problems plaguing ...
Hitting a 101
Whatever happened to childhood's carnival of Ganesha habba?
Learn while you play
Gintara aims at gearing children for the 21st Century
A SPECIAL edition of Krishnas in porcelain have been added to the limited edition idols collection of Indian gods and goddesses available at d'Mart Exclusif. Only 251 available pieces of Muralidhar, the 31-inch Krishna designed and ...
A green superwoman
All Rangalakshmi wanted was a few plants around the house. But she ended up with 1,100-odd potted plants and a landscaping consultancy service
Dine like a Korean king
KOREA isn't exactly Bangalore's flavour of the moment. That's why it's startling when a charming South Korean lady with a doctorate in Sanskrit from Chennai set up Soo Ra Sang (which translates to "king's dinner table") in Koramangala in early ...
Lakshmi Shankar Iyer urges you to try out these desserts over the weekend
And the winners are...
But the Bangalore boys also did their city proud
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