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Sugar ain't so sweet
It doesn't take an expert to say that the key to checking the spread of diabetes lies in lifestyle changes. Which means fewer slices of cheese-laden pizzas and fizzy drinks
Books

Print Pick
This week at Strand Book Stall
Lifestyle

On rent, but it's still your car
You can now go to any car rental in Bangalore, get a car you like and drive long and far.
Music

From Thailand to the world
Recently in India to release her first English music album, I Believe, Thailand's singing sensation Tata Young reveals her close understanding of India's music scene in an exclusive interview
Eating Out

HIGH ON Continental food
From gazpachos to pastas to salads, 20 Ft. High lets you have the pick of Continental cuisine
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Season's soups
Add cold soups to your drinking binge in this summer
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Holly wood COMES HOME
EXCEL HOME Videos is marketing and distributing recent Hollywood releases on VCD and DVD. The company claims to be the single largest home entertainment company in the country. Two of the films being distributed are the animation hit Finding ...


Out from exile
HIS FILMS mostly cater to the front-benchers. But some of them like, Anubhava and Aprachituru won kudos from the `class' audience too. When dubbed into Telugu they went well with the audiences creating a new dubbing market for ...
Kamal is Tamil `Munnabhai'
KAMAL HASSAN and Prabhu look like emanating from a familiar scene? Replace the images with Chiranjeevi and Srikanth and you get Sankardada M.B.B.S and if you go further down memory lane, you can see the images of Sanjay Dutt and Arshad ...
Ambica's back
SHE HAS played the lead role opposite every top hero in the South. Now the yesteryear heroine is back in Malayalam films playing a middle-aged teacher in Generation Gap directed by Giresh Kunnummel. It is the story of Rukmini, a teacher, ...
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