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Long live the King!
THE MUSH REGISTER
`Trichy' Sankaran taught me to play the mridangam. I told him I wanted to meet him and his wife to seek their blessings. When I met them, I had an additional request I sought permission to marry their daughter. Sankaran was ...
A collection fit for a bride
Celebrating Vivaha 2007 showcases a wide range of saris, lehengas and jewellery for special occasions
Don't be hard on yourself
The more you play the "It's all my fault" tune, the less you enjoy life and relationships
Man of many tastes
Just a sip and Bruno Monange knows the quality of the wine
A successful comeback
Oye girl Raageshwari returns after a hiatus. What does she have up her sleeve?
Tarun returns to theatre
Tarun Dhanrajgir is back to what he does best, acting
Ready for risks
Randeep Hooda on his latest film "Risk" and future projects
Germany, frame by frame
A retrospective of Helmut Kautner, a German filmmaker
Treat yourself to some friendship!
What impact does gender have on friendship? APARNA KARTHIKEYAN talks to some men and women
Heart of the matter
When it comes to romance and matters of the heart, do we really need to follow what a book says?
His and her blogs
Why men sound different from women when they express themselves in their blogs...
The pangs of parenting
"Fetal Attraction" by gynaecologist Duru Shah, besides covering aspects of childbirth, breaks the myth that men do not play a major role in baby care
Rules guys wish girls knew
* If you think you are fat, you probably are. Do not ask us. We refuse to answer. * Do not cut your hair. Ever. Long hair is always more attractive than short hair. One of the reasons guys fear getting married is that married women always cut ...
The audio of the film "Thoovanam" has eight enjoyable numbers
Music from the past
Kaarthik Raja has composed music for a play "The Legend of Taramati"
Chords & Notes
This audio CD surely is a collector's item. All the seven tracks are purely extraordinary. Not too classical, not too western. Yet so western, and so Indian. Instrumentalists and music composers Prem Joshua and Chintan have been able to ...
BBC's new series
A seven-week series on Al-Qaeda
Of Sabrina Siga's "Equine art" from January 15
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