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The changing skyline
Still a great exercise
The late 1990s saw rising concerns about a much whispered but rarely talked about aspect of cycling impotence. Cyclists have always feared their sport to be a cause of impotence: after all, the standard bicycle seat leaves the bodyweight ...
Su Jok training
A five-day course on Su Jok therapy is being organised at the Sindhu Bhavan near Prema Hospital from December 2 to 6. The classes will be conducted by Ashok Kothari, head of the Su Jok International in Jaipur, according to Aruna Yadav, a Su Jok ...
Make your mane speak for you!
Hairstyle depends on physical traits like height, weight and colour of skin
In Bollywood chronicles, 2006 is likely to go down as a landmark year. A new formula has been discovered follow up a hit with a sequel or simply remake old hits! It seems to be working as "Lage Raho Munnabhai", "Krrish" and "Don" have ...
A comedy thriller
Sundar C. believes in the formula films of the 1970s and 80s that Manmohan Desai is known for. His latest film "Rendu' is a comedy thriller in which Madhavan and Vadivelu join hands with two glam girls Reema Sen and Anushka. Maddy plays a small ...
A social message
Karu Pazhaniappan is among the crop of promising young directors in Tamil cinema. His maiden directorial venture "Parthiban Kanavu" received critical acclaim and was a roaring success at the box office as well. Pazhaniappan is back with ...
Bhumika is back!
After the stupendous success of the Telugu film "Missamma", Bhumika Chawla is back in the lead role with Raja in "Maya Bazaar". S.P. Balasubramanium and Baby Harshita play pivotal roles in the film . National award winning director of ...
"Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Little Champs" winner Sanchita Bhattacharya makes her Bollywood debut
Hitting the high note
Rahul Sharma loves to multitask
The Great Indian Road Trip
Covering 20,000 km in 110 days the GIR team wants to show India in a different perspective to the west
Narendra Jha talks about his role in the TV series, "Ravan"
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