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Monday, January 20, 2003
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Compassion that defies borders
The Sankara Eye Hospital spearheads a programme that aims at detecting and treating congenital anomalies in infants.
Tackling heavy periods
A minimally-invasive therapy promises to relieve women who suffer from dysfunctional uterine bleeding of their pain. Since it does not involve removal of the uterus, young women prefer it, say doctors.
The works of city-based artists mesmerised Coimbatoreans at a four-day show organised by the K Sreenivasan Trust.
Serving a niche clientele, The Residency in Coimbatore has also managed to bring in an attitudinal shift in the city's residents, says its Managing Director.
Women's SHGs recently organised the "Aachi's food festival" in the city to introduce Coimbatoreans to authentic Chettinad fare.
WHAT DOES one have to say about Aamir Khan's position in the success ladder right now? His divorce from wife Reena being as it may on his personal front, going by the rage that "Lagaan" created with the cash registers overflowing and the ...
HE WAS heralded the next superstar what with his first film breaking all records at the box-office. Trade pundits claimed he had dislodged Shah Rukh Khan from the No. one position in Bollywood. But what followed after "Kaho Na Pyar Hai" was a ...
WITH THE heady success of Sanjay Leela Bhansali's contemporary interpretation of "Devdas", which is on its journey to the Oscars, the craze for remakes has hit Bollywood! It's not just good-old classics that are awaiting extravagant ...
THOUGH NOT a commercial hit, "Ivaan" was appreciated for a neat storyline, and the talented actress Soundarya had done her bit of good, as always. Earlier, "Padayappa" became a rage with Rajni fans, and her appearance with the superstar gave a ...
Waiting for a hit
After her debut film with Aftab Shivdasani bombed at the box office, Dreamgirl Hemamalini's dear daughter, Esha is banking on Ekta Kapoor's (Jeetendra's daughter) "Kuch to Hai" for her careergraph to rise. After reigning supreme on the ...
The lettuce tree can be grown as a large shrub. The leaves have medicinal properties as well. They are edible and mostly used to treat rheumatism or arthritis.
GLITTER AND Everything else one would associate with jewels were there in abundance at the jewellery expo organised recently in the city. But, it was the moderately priced gift items that attracted much attention. Apart from jewellery, ...
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