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Monday, March 29, 2004
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Where will VIRGIN VOTES go?
DIABETES IS on the rise in the world with about 32 million diabetics in India alone. According to an estimate by the World Health Organisation by 2030, about 370 million will be affected by diabetes in the world. So, believing that communication ...
To SIR, with LOVE
Prof. C. S. Jayaram retires from a long and distinguished teaching career this month. His old student, K. PRADEEP, profiles the teacher, the artist and the man in him.
TWO EXHIBITIONS got underway midweek at Durbar Hall Gallery and even as on the face of it they look as apart as chalk from cheese, it is interesting to note that both draw inspiration from a common source. T. A. Prahaladan recalls being ...
Up... up in the air... soaring high
Adventure sports have yet to take off in Kerala. Except for a few small organisations, few are interested. Tourism can cash in on adventure sports in a big way too. Lensman MAHESH HARILAL was up in the sky with his camera.
How honest can one get in life everyday? Find out from this study.
The CIRCUS comes to town
A circus show is on to provide pure entertainment to the citywallahs. VIJAY GEORGE checks out the scene in the big, colourful tent.
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