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Monday, February 03, 2003
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"MY STOMACH hurts!" It's a complaint every parent hears - usually more than once - and it leads to a question every parent faces: Is it just a stomach-ache, or is it a sign of something more serious? Paediatric experts estimate that about ...
Shobhana says she has realised every challenge in dancing for films. She is now on a `new lease of creative life'.
Reflections of a therapist
A function was held in the city to felicitate senior psychologist P. M. Mathew Vellore, who turned 70 recently.
NO PRIZES for guessing what Microsoft plans to do regarding the PCs in its custody that contain illegal software. As per the MoU signed with the four dealers, Microsoft would install legal software and donate them to an educational or charitable ...
THIS IS a Balaji Films presentation. For a thriller it has quite a few songs - mostly love songs. Anu Malik scores the music. The music has a youthful feel to it. Priya Bhattacharya and Sunidhi Chauhan croon Hone laga. Aisa ...
Tango to new tunes
Here is a remix album that packs 40 tracks in a row to provide 70 minutes of breathless Indo-foreign melange.
WORRYING ABOUT what to cook the next time you have guests for lunch or dinner? Try these non-vegetarian dishes and desserts that are easy to make. But then you might end up having more guests trooping in to sample your culinary ...
Receipe of this week
Dry roast gingelly and keep aside. Soak tamarind in hot water and extract the juice. Make a paste of shredded coconut, dal, raw rice and all other ingredients. Take seven different kinds of vegetables such as - carrot, pumkin, gourd, beans, ...
Choose your watch carefully as it spells style and personal taste.
The State Transport Ministry has finally decided to acknowledge the gravest problem facing our roads -- pollution. It has set the deadline for phasing out commercial vehicles that are 15 year old, and made the Pollution Under Control (PUC) certificat es mandatory.
The dancing philanthropist
Bangalore-based Mohiniyattom danseuse Kalamandalam Radhika has started a scheme to help indigent artistes in Kerala and Karnataka. She was in the city recently,
"There are no rules here. You express yourself totally," says Isha Shervani Sheth, daughter of veteran dancer Daksha Sheth. This young performer is exploring "new dimensions in contemporary dancing". Doing her new project called `Postcards from ...
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