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Sunday, July 25, 2010
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The dark face of glamour
‘Suicide attempts are a cry for help'
ARUNA CHANDARAJU talks to mental health professionals to find out what drives film stars and models to end their lives.
Magic through miniature
Exquisite colouring and details of the paintings of the Mughal court at its zenith were captured at the exhibition The Indian Portrait – 1560-1860 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London recently. RANVIR SHAH explores the evolution of the art…
Unsung hero of Madras
Of the administrators of the colonial era in Tamil Nadu, Sir Thomas Munro stands out for his deep love of the land and people. Is the recent decision to remove his statue in Chennai justified, asks V.SRIRAM
Cutting edge science
In remote corners of the world, scientists are trying to unravel the workings of the universe. Anil Ananthswamy, whose book The Edge of Reason celebrates their discoveries, talks to V. VIJAYASREE about how it all happened.
Pasta, pizza and more
Mumbai's new Italian restaurant Casa Mia showcases a range of dishes from Italy that leaves you wanting more.
In coffee country
Situated amidst coffee and spice plantations, Orange County in Coorg is just the place to unwind K. Kunhikrishnan
Time stands still in Kairali
With massages that de-stress, food that detoxifies, and an ambience that soothes you Kairali Health Resorts simply offers you bliss!
The penitent terrorist...
... Does he exist? Is he for real? If so, there is no greater healing than that for the world.
Stop the hunger pangs
Are hunger and starvation acceptable any longer? Despite the campaign for the Right to Food Act which pinpoints several criteria as basic needs, poverty is widespread. A severe moral deficit is an underlying factor, says PRAHALAD SINGH
IN FIRST PERSON
As Mohammed Rafi's 30th death anniversary comes up on July 31, melody queen Lata Mangeshkar pays a personal tribute to one of India's greatest playback singers.
Unleash the inner goddess
Though women are forging ahead in every field, they spare little or no time for themselves. Stop a while; reconnect with yourself and see what a difference it makes to your life.
Anyone for a kiwi?
Kiwi fruit can be used in drinks, salads and a variety of dishes. Top chefs from across the country tell you how.
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