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Prima Yana
Yana Lewis, ballerina and very British, lives in India. Her troupe was in the city for a performance last week. She spoke exclusively to The Hindu Metro Plus.
Sports

Rewards for a hard attack
After the success of the Kerala sub-juniors in the Softball Nationals, the focus must now be on seniors, says STAN RAYAN.
Fitness

A responsibility to shoulder
Keep rotator cuff injuries at arm's length by timely attention and physiotherapy.
Lifestyle

Beautiful ensembles
Embroidered outfits in vibrant colours are the preferred choice for Eid, says JESSINA ABOOBACKER.
Arts & Crafts

Artistic togetherness
The Progressive Artists' Group is bound together by a love for art. PRIYADARSSHINI SHARMA takes a look at their works.


S.G. Vasudev's show
S.G. Vasudev's paintings and copper reliefs will be on show at the Durbar Hall Art Gallery from November 15.
Music

Prayers as ring tones for Diwali
Nothing illustrates better how the high tech and the holy have morphed together, than the string of numbers that are printed across the inlay card of this seasonal musical offering. There are 20 odd tracks neatly divided one on each side of ...
Eating Out

Parotta platter
Parottas come in an imaginative variety at a festival in Hotel Avenue Center.
Food Line


Happenings

Sweet Diwali!
TO THE anytime-anywhere-whatever adjustable Malayali, Diwali is more a festival of sweets than lights. In the cosmopolitan social scene that is evolving in Kochi, native Malayalis are celebrating Diwali like their North Indian and Tamil friends, ...
Shopping

There is something about GOLD
There is more to gold than glitter. Read on
Entertainment

Naach... Time has come!
Straight, sharp, shrewd, this is Ram Gopal Varma. With "Naach" releasing this week, ANUJ KUMAR speaks to the man who has blurred the boundary between creativity and productivity.

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