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Chasing FOUR wheels
Fresh and pleasant
IT MUST have been a long time since one left the theatre feeling really happy after watching a Hindi film. `Kuch Naa Kaho' (an impressive debut by director Rohan Sippy), is a film that leaves behind a pleasant feeling, which is not imposed or ...
OF THE Onam bag of films, Mizhirandilum comes on top. It's Ranjit's baby: Story, script and direction are by him. The overall effect of the movie is one of satisfaction, something that the cinegoer has not been getting in the recent past. A ...
Wipe out your woes
Electrolysis and lasers are some of the permanent solutions to remove unwanted hair
RAJMA CURRY is the quintessential North Indian dish, but its chief ingredient the red kidney bean is not of Indian origin. Like the potato, sweet potato, peanut, chikoo, guava, and a bunch of other fruits and vegetables that ...
Make your trip on the flight a pleasurable experience for all by sticking to rules and showing courtesy to fellow passengers.
Tribute to Bhupen
RAJAN M. Krishnan's charcoal and serigraphy on handmade paper depicting a seated Bhupen Khakkar in profile is a black and white drawing with the word `Citizen' blazed across it in red. It is one of the many pictures of the series titled ...
Of the dying breed of distributor-producer
Pavamani is one of the first generation distributor-producers of Kerala, who worked with stalwarts like Prem Nazir.
The Centre for Linguistic Computing Keralam (CLICK), of C-DIT, is all set to make progress in local language computing.
Kathirikkam Megha Audios
A TEAM of young college students, with veteran lyricist M.D.Rajendran providing the experience, have provided a breath of freshness into 10 love songs. Aneesh Thankachan and Aneesh, who have penned the lines for four of these songs and ...
BRIDGE to a promising world
Bridge in Kerala has taken the first few steps to change its `serious senior' image and to lure youngsters. STAN RAYAN writes on the changing trends.
Culled from different KITCHENS
`Mattancherry Re-Invaded', a food festival showcasing the culinary variety that exists in the historical area of Kochi begins tomorrow.
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