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The latest on insulin
Why are Indian endocrinologists not standing up for human insulin though it is more advantageous and beneficial than its animal counterpart?
For a soft 'n supple skin
Scorching heat, swimming and outdoor activities take a toll on the skin by removing the much-needed moisture. Here is how you nourish your skin back to that soft and supple glow.
Home & Office
Maintaining a distinction between office hours and personal time is a tough task when you work from home. Read on to know a few tips on how to strike the right balance.
Burning calories under water
Swimming is qualitatively a much better way to train than walking or jogging. Working out in the pool gives better results and more benefits.
Is papa left behind?
MD is more popular than FD, and why so? PRINCE FREDERICK finds the reasons behind this step `motherly' treatment.
Nouveau worries of city kids
Children in cities face new problems because of demanding or neglecting parents. Childline of Rajagiri College has been helping kids in crisis in the last two years. Its staff tells LEELA MENON about the trauma children undergo.
Bali's back in business
After the `Neele Neele Ambar' success-story, Nitin Bali bounces back with a sequel album called `Baliwood 2.'
A simple love story
`Chalte Chalte', from the stables of Dreamz Unlimited is a simple love story.
Baby's day out
There was a time when the city did not cater to even a reasonably fair selection of clothing for kids. Today the scene has changed significantly for the better, as VIDHU MARY JOHN discovers. From little frilly frocks to designer labels, the choice is yours.
Saluting the father
Yesterday was Father's Day. AJAY MENON takes a very serious look at fathers and their responsibilities.
Meet some of the new faces that brighten up the small screen...
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