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ART for our sake
Eating almonds is not really bad for your heart.
For broad shoulders
Exercise your shoulders by using dumbbells in the right manner and here's how.
Sublime musical trio
TO PRONOUNCE L. Subramaniam solely as a violinist would be limiting a thought. This great violin virtuoso, whose repertoire ranges from pure Indian classical to Western jazz, fusion, right to Western classical, is also a world-renowned composer. ...
Gurupuja through music
THE MEMORY of some gurus is kept alive through the catching achievements of their disciples. For instance, very few would have remembered Ramakrishna Paramahamsa but for the spiritual conquest of Swami Vivekananda. In music, a sparkling example ...
Magical saxophone recital
A CARNATIC instrumentalist has full freedom in playing a solo since he can follow the same format that is customary with a vocalist, whereas in Hindustani music, a vocalist has the `Gayaki Ang' and the instrumentalist has to follow the ...
An icon for the game, Prakash Padukone is also a man with lots of affable charm, says V.V. SUBRAHMANYAM.
Aboard an exclusive kitchen!
Chef Meril Antony has cooked exotic dishes for the rich and the famous aboard the world famous ocean liner, the QE II.
The Cochin Flower Show 2004 begins on February 11.
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