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Sunday, February 20, 2011
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Dreams die in the desert
Chasing a mirage
Though wages are not significantly high, West Asia continues to attract the poor looking for a break…
In search of missing Malayalis
A unique TV show helps trace Keralites missing abroad…
It's a lonely vocation'
"I'm sure that you don't become a writer. You are born one", says U.S.-returned Pakistani author H.M. Naqvi whose debut novel Home Boy won the first DSC Prize for South Asian Literature.
Entranced by the past
With her latest book, The Shadow Princess, released recently, author Indu Sundaresan reflects on her historical obsession and the craft of her writing.
Dazzling and deep
Chitravina N. Ravikiran brings to light Oottukkadu Venkata Kavi's rhythmic and lyrical genius in the concluding part of his series on the composer.
It was a magical experience at the annual Monte Music Festival in Goa, which saw a confluence of Indian and western performances.
Dance clubs and boutique hotels, Starbucks and atmospheric Tao temples all come together in a mind-blowing melee...
The Malgudi that is Agumbe
It will always be a question unanswered: Is Agumbe the real Malgudi? But a visit to the place will definitely convince you that it is.
Royal glam, again
The King's Speech getting 12 Oscar nominations speaks volumes of the widespread obsession with British Royals.
IN FIRST PERSON
Disability need not stop you from “running” to achieve your objectives. Wheelchair-bound JACQUELINE COLACO writes about her experience in the recent Mumbai Marathon.
Pushing his great aunt along in the recent Wheelchair Marathon in Mumbai, NISHADH REGO records his impressions of the most special race of them all.
In Nature's lap
Rusticity and luxury seldom merge; but, in Malaysia's Philea Resort and Spa, they do seamlessly.
Tapping into this season’s must-have monochrome trend, the new Cross Advantage combines iconic design with revolutionary Switch-it technology to form the ultimate stylish professional accessory. The Cross Switch-it accessory, which comes ...
TLC for your muscles
Working out may be necessary for the muscles but what is equally important – and often forgotten – is stretching.
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