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Monday, September 16, 2002
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Have they flown the coop?
The Government has now framed the National Blood Policy to ensure easy availability of tested and certified blood to those in need.
The proposal to erect an 11-storeyed building next to the Cubbon Park Police Station flies in the face of aesthetics and respect for history.
The fall of a sparrow inspired a young boy to become one of the world's greatest ornithologists.
Telling tales on the wall
An unknown man stepped into the City wanting to say something about tribal life in Orissa. In the course of listening to him, one found in the man, no more than a matriculate, not only an artist but also glimpses of an anthropologist.
TIGER TRAILS, the 20-year-old place that provided the Britishers' hunting lodge ambience at Harsha Park Inn, has just been refurbished. It now has a jungle abode feel with fireplaces, stag heads, tiger pictures on its walls, a rough floor, along ...
IF THE adage - Looks could deceive - carries some truth in it, then this is where it can be tested. Yamini's, on 12th `A' Main, Indiranagar, which resembles an ordinary tailor's shop, is a boutique in reality. Situated in a garage, this is ...
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