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TARUN AND MITHALI RAJ CHAT ABOUT CRICKET, MOVIES AND MORE
Exercise and cancer
The daily walk can even lower the risk of cancer
Blowin' in the wind
Wind chimes get a remixed sound at Teak Heirlooms
A different reverie
A tete-e-tete with filmmaker Sekhar Kammula on his forthcoming Telugu crossover flick
STUDENTS APPEARING for the MCA exams were pleasantly surprised, because they had a celebrity amongst them, all set to write the exam along with them. It was none other than pretty Laya who is pursuing her computer studies. For a few minutes the ...
LOOKS LIKE the remix bug has bitten the industry, because the next on the list is superstar Krishna. Hit songs from his old films, starting from Gudachari 116 will be remixed and the album is tentatively named as `Supertar album'. Plans ...
LAST WEEK turned out to be a charitable week because it saw two big stars donating generously to the cause of education. Megastar Chiranjeevi donated Rs. 1 lakh through his charitable trust to K. M. Dipthi who secured a seat in Engineering in the ...
Curious yet beautiful
The Bottle-palm is an absolute stunner in small gardens
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