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Thursday, August 15, 2002
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Has khadi found a new spinning wheel?
Turmeric has always occupied a prominent place for its medicinal and fragrant properties.
The traditional art of the Tanjore school of painting is making a come back. A workshop on it was held in the city last week. SUNANDA KHANNA meets the enthusiastic master and students who are devoted to this art
Memories of Independence linger in those who saw it first hand. T. K. SADASIVAN meets a few of them who narrate it
The most versatile component of a masculine wardrobe is the blazer, which can effortlessly give new life to other garments and vastly increase the overall stock
Music makers no more bank on patriotism in songs, obviously because it is not in. K. PRADEEP finds out why they were hits in yesteryear and why they don't click now.
Sporting victories send Indians into heady heights. Nothing binds the nation together better than sport. But the performing stars cannot live on sentiments alone.They make sure they don't, says STAN RAYAN
Abad Metro is offering Natinpuram food as Onam special. MINU ITTYIPE checks out the traditional cuisine.
With the Miss Kerala contests over yesterday, the first Miss Kerala gets ready to enter matrimony. Saraswathy Mohan shunned glamour to become an ayurvedic doctor as was her ambition.
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