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On the Ravi Varma trail
While restoring the paintings of Raja Ravi Varma, Delhi-based art conservator Rupika Chawla became interested in the artist himself. The result was a lavishly illustrated biography Raja Ravi Varma: Painter of Colonial India. Here she tells RANVIR SHAH how she put together the various strands that went into the book.
What's your style?
There's a lot more to hair styling than just colours and cuts. Millicent Howe of Schwarzkopf, Sydney, elaborates on what actually goes into the making of a great look.
Footwear made from natural fibres like hemp, wool or khus-khus are both eye-catching and pocket-friendly. Here are some easy-on-the-foot options.
City the angels built
Famous for its architecture and 1000 odd temples Bangkok is definitely a place to revisit!
Aboard the Glacier Express!
Breakfast at St. Moritz, lunch high up the Alps, and dinner at Zermatt… all thanks to the red caterpillar!
Urbane avenues beckon
With opportunities opening up in the higher growth industries, disadvantaged urban youth, empowered by NGOs, find a way of climbing the financial ladder…
Promises not kept
“Raavanan” burdens itself with the compulsion to evoke the epic every time.
Larry King, who chatted with more than 40,000 people on his live show, including Barack Obama and Hollywood stars, is due to step down this Fall…
Scent of success
As Maroma of Auroville gets ready to open its Chennai store, Paul Pinthon and Laura Reddy open up about their line and what goes into it.
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High decibel impact
While the vuvuzela may be a great way to cheer your favourite team, remember it could also cause problems with your hearing. DR. RAVI RAMALINGAM tells you how.
A ray of hope
Dendritic therapy or Immunotherapy has given cancer patients hope that they can beat this dreaded disease.
The way you sit has an effect on your spine. Here are some tips to help you avoid a pain in the back. Dr. RAVI VENKATESH
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