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Monday, November 17, 2003
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Mother of all strategies
Fitness at dawn
Do you feel left behind in the race for fitness? You may catch up by learning yoga and `natural' living at Vanchiyoor, for free.
Has your skin been losing its sheen? Here are some methods to cleanse the skin...
Make your own fashion statement with bindis.
Be it hand-embroidered tussars that you want or the latest jute dress material, `Ethnic Weaves' has it all and more...
The Dutch animator, Paul Driessen, was in the city recently. He talks about his passion: animation.
Service with a smile
Good service completes the dining experience in a restaurant.
Bina Paul Venugopal likes cooking something that is not too elaborate and is yet wholesome and nutritious.
The four o' clock plant adds colour to gardens.
Prabhakara Varma felicitated
On his 75th birthday, veteran singer Mavelikkara Prabhakara Varma was felicitated at the Kalikkota Palace
No colour in their lives
The cooler months of the year have brought with them the first of the handicrafts exhibitions. But for the artisans, there is no respite from the search for daily bread.
What a MIGHTY mouse!
The cheapest PC peripheral is also the most used. But 20 years on, the humble mouse is set to emerge in new versions.
Edutainment is the need of the hour in children's films.
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