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Close encounters of the jarring kind
The ancient, intriguing Chinese science of Feng Shui is fast catching the fancy of Kochiites. This sudden interest in a system that attempts to harness positive energy to create beneficial vibrations, is due to high stress levels and search for quic k solutions to life's problems, says MARY GRACE ANTONY.
IT COULD have been the rooms with a view. For the Taj Residency offers the Arabian Sea in all its splendour. Or it could have been the little boats lazing about. Could have even been the heavy greenery around. Or the inspiring ...
As many as five films on Bhagat Singh bring alive the heroic struggle and martyrdom of the Sikh revolutionary.
The George sisters, Neenu, Nimmy and Neelima have placed Kerala on the Indian chess map. Their achievements are significant, with Nimmy being the best of the lot. STAN RAYAN profiles the promising sisters.
Radhika on a new track
THE KERALA Table Tennis Association had given her a raw deal a few times in the recent past. In fact, the State association had even banned her from the game, before backtracking. So, now, with the KTTA elections just around the corner, ...
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