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Racing against age
Veteran athletes never say die. They refuse to be greyed out of competitive athletics and plug on with abundant passion and pride, but little money and support.
Dance
Lesson One: Kathakali
A Kathakali performance was staged at the Holy Angels Convent recently, under the aegis of Drisyavedi. The performance was based on the mythological theme, `Nalacharitham'. The programme was conceived by Drisyavedi as an educational ...
Lifestyle
It's Dandiya time again
The Gujaratis celebrate Navarathri with gusto. What adds charm to their festivities is the traditional Garba and Dandiya Raas. PRATIMA ASHER shares her exciting experience of this annual festival


Crowning glory
A simple daily hair care regime tailored for your hair type can help maintain the crowning glory.
Fashion
The Lakme rouge
When was the last time you took a closer look at yourself in the mirror? Has your hair been screaming for `care'? How about pampering your face and skin in a chic' salon? The recently opened Lakme Beauty Salon, near Vanross Junction, is `the ...
Cinema
Karisma's TV incarnation
AFTER YEARS of sashaying in Bollywood blockbusters, Karisma Kapoor has finally made her way to the small screen. First seen as SABe TV's brand ambassador, she will now be seen in `Karishma: The Miracles of Destiny' on Sahara TV, in which she ...
Revolving doors at Balaji Telefilms
EKTA KAPOOR'S long-running serials are now showing a high human turnover with several principal characters from serials such as `Kkusum' and `Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi' disappearing into thin air. Dadaji (Sudhir Dalvi) of `Kyunki Saas Bhi ...
The second innings
SUPRIYA PATHAK shows great happiness at returning to the small screen after a long spell. "When I read the script, I liked it immensely. I had to talk things over with my children and husband. My children needed to be told that their mother ...
Lives of cricket legends
ESPN'S NEW series, `Legends Of Cricket', which started on September 30, will provide highlights of the lives of the world's greatest cricketers. The legends, to be featured, will be selected by a jury comprising players, umpires, sports writers ...
'Chitthi' still popular
THE REPORTED rise of Vijay TV to the status of No. 2 channel has been challenged by Sun TV, with information that in the afternoon slot of 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., KTV runs only film songs as fillers. They also quote fresh TAM figures from the period ...
Information Technology
Pilot your dreams
From airlines to ultra lights, here is a list of information sources for aviation enthusiasts.
Cuisine
Purely potato
Try cooking potatoes in the following ways.
Insite
Way to go digital
It's time to say goodbye to traditional photography, and become a digital shutterbug.
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