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Sunday, December 19, 2010
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Home alone: Growing up single
GROWING UP SINGLE
Dr. Shoba Srinath, Professor of Psychiatry, says there are many variables other than growing up single that influence a child's character…
FACE TO FACE
Classical at the crossroads
Can traditional art forms like Bharatanatyam speak to us about today's concerns? Yes, says Alarmel Valli, whose latest venture “Only Until the Light Fades: A Selection of Love Poems Through the Ages” presented at Chennai's December festival recently was rich in contemporary metaphors.
Grand luxury resorts in island paradise Mauritius captivate KISHORE AND SMITA IYENGAR with their unmatched features.
Christmas in Goa
The Kenilworth Beach Resort and Spa, Goa is offering its special Christmas Bonanza of 3 nights and 4 days from December 25 to December 28 2010 for Rs 54,000 per couple for deluxe and garden view rooms and Rs 12,000 for the third adult. For ...
This holiday season, choose from exciting offers and celebrate special experiences at Aamod Resort, Shoghi.Deluxe Cottages @ Rs.8500 (per double per night)Family ...
Bring in Christmas and New Year at Trident, Chennai. Sit back and enjoy the holiday season special with accommodation for 2 persons in a Deluxe Room, Christmas or New Year eve buffet dinner at Cinnamon, Christmas or New Year day buffet brunch ...
Life begins at 40 Glimpses of India
Putting together a dance company and entertaining foreign tourists was no easy task… but the hard work paid off, recalls SILLOO MEHTA concluding her two-part series.
JOURNEYS IN MUSIC
Emergence of the Desi tradition
The Desi Sangita tradition contained the embryonic elements of what would become the Carnatic music of today. T.M. KRISHNA continues his series on our classical traditions and their contemporary manifestations…
Retreat on a hillside
Planning to head out to the woods above the maddening din of the city's grind? Check out Aamod Resort in Shoghi near Shimla. Now that's a real hill station.
That ‘Spa'cial feeling
Pamper your tired mind and body at The O Salon, Pune. Nirvana mode never seemed so relaxing.
Drama in the bedroom
Living In Style, Mumbai, launches its latest bedroom collection, Trend, to lend a dramatic touch of elegance and timeless appeal to your bedroom.A range of bedroom furniture featuring beds, night table, single or double dresser, vanity ...
Mirror, Mirror on the wall
Give your home a touch of luxury and style with the new range of mirrors introduced by The Great Eastern Home. Each mirror has been handcrafted in brass, bronze and wood, with all designs being limited editions.Ornately crafted, ...
How much food can one eat? Is it okay to eat lots just because it's healthy stuff? Nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar's second book Women and the Weight Loss Tamasha, to be released in January, gives you insights into the worrying question of portion size. An extract from the last chapter “The four strategies for well-being”.
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