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Help tackle those BLUES
A COLLEAGUE walks into the office late and dishevelled. For the past one week he has not been his normal self and appeared preoccupied, tense and uncommunicative. Today he seems more nervous and fidgety. You walk up to him for some small talk, ...
Of the mark
A little know-how is needed to rid stains from your favourite clothing, furniture and upholstery.
What MP-dom means
What actually can an MP do for us? Most of them in the race for the job know exactly what is expected of them, but do they deliver? Common folks air their views, as also politicians.
Draped in a new look
SARASWATHY NAGARAJAN finds that the handloom industry in the State is in for a new look. New designs, colours and motifs on saris, will hit the market by Onam.
Akshay's martial arts
THE KHILADI guy is going strong with a spate of films. Akshay Kumar is likely to be seen on the small screen. Not in a soap but in a seven-part serial on martial arts titled Seven Deadly Arts with Akshay Kumar, which in all probability will be ...
For Floyd fans
PINK FLOYD drummer Nick Mason is all set to explode many of the myths in a new book. Mason has written his own history of the band and plans to release it this September. Inside Out: A Personal History Of Pink Floyd will feature rare pictures and ...
STEVEN SPIELBERG plans to begin work on a movie about the 1972 Munich Olympics, in which Palestinian terrorists killed 11 Israeli athletes and coaches after a televised hostage standoff. Ben Kingsley has already been cast, but no other actors ...
Sound of Depp
PART-TIME musician Johnny Depp often turns to music to help him get into the skin of his characters. A personal DJ accompanies the star to the sets of his upcoming movies and beams music into his ears with the help of a tiny earpiece. Actress ...
NANA PATEKAR may be basking in the success of Ab tak Chappan but he seems to be taking interest in directing his next film Jumman. While he is likely to play the role, he wants to cast Naseeruddin Shah, Rekha, Rani Mukherjee and Raghuvir Yadav in ...
AMITABH BACHCHAN is really going great guns at his age. He is the busiest star of the Hindi film industry these days what with numerous films and every filmmaker wanting to work with him. He has Deewar-Let's bring the heroes home (Milan ...
Meet up online
For all who do not have the time to go out and meet people, the net provides friends at the click of the mouse.
Instrumental harmony at its melodious best
WHAT THE audience at the Kerala Fine Arts auditorium awaited last Saturday was another saxophone concert with the accompaniment of the usual violin and other different percussion instruments. But a rare fare was in store for them at the concert ...
Hop, skip and jump, barefoot
Remember the days when people played `catch' and hide 'n seek? The computer and TV hijacked the kids away from these games. But now, a group of women are teaching kids how to play like that. PRIYADARSSHINI SHARMA watches these kids at play.
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