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Shock treatment
The informed public in the Kerala capital looks beyond the power tariff hike... they observe the reforms scenario and see the issue as one above political parties and ideological shibboleths.
Health & Medicine
For your eyes only
Glaucoma is a `silent killer' and is one of the leading causes of `preventable' blindness. Early diagnosis and ongoing treatment can slow or stop further vision loss. Glaucoma damages optic nerves and thereby results in loss of vision. The ...
Arts & Crafts
Sculpting in time
Kanayi Kunhiraman has been dogged by controversies all his life. Yet, the creator of `Yakshi' remains steadfast to his principles.
Personality
Surya signing off...
The young, talented host of Kairali TV's Dial-a-Song, Surya, all of 11 years old, has bid adieu to the show to move abroad with her family.
Fashion
Midas' own fest
When Nature becomes the Muse, creativity and gold result in a heady combo as these...


White is right for you
White provides the option of instant formality, a clean frame for the face and adds refinement to otherwise basic clothes.
Cinema
Hema's fresh plans for Esha
`NA TUM Jaano Na Hum' and `Kya Dil Ne Kaha' failed to impress both Hindi film audiences and Esha Deol's mother, Hema Malini, now seems set on promoting her daughter's career in Southern climes. The actress of yesteryear is supposed to be busy ...
Information Technology
Catch up with Netscape
It is worth the wait. Remember the story management students are told when they talk about inspired advertising? There was (in fact is) this big American car hire firm, Hertz. And there was (and is) its competitor, Avis. But try as it would Avis ...
Music
CHORDS & NOTES
THIS FILM is in the news along with another film, Jhankar Beats, on account of similar storylines. Both are drawing from the musical legacy of R. D. Burman. The flap of Dil Vil Pyar Vyar makes it clear that the music is based ...
Dance away the blues
Check out the latest compilations of music albums...
Cuisine
All for the Lord
Please Ganesha with these traditional sweets and savouries.
Happenings
Exemplary achievement
The St. Thomas Residential School in the city received the first National Computer Literacy Excellence Award for Schools from the President, Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, recently.
Land & People
Chipping in...
Ask anyone in the city what Kaithamukku is famous for. Chances are they will say Karalkada! But Kaithamukku is also famous for another shop that sells something quite different - chips. Banana chips to be exact. This shop, run by A. Kannan, is ...
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