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Mind your mind
Are the city residents losing faith in therapeutic counselling?
Health & Medicine
In search of ayurveda
Will ayurveda survive the onslaught of commercialisation? SUDHA NAMBUDIRI fears that the present trend of `ayullopathy', may tarnish the age-old science.
Lifestyle
Give me red!
Red, copper and violets are the colours this season, for they blend well with the skin tones.
Music
Bouncing back
Bon Jovi's latest album, `Bounce', is more rocky and loud compared with their previous ones.


Mellow tones
Although the clarinet found its life and soul in the classical orchestras and chamber ensembles, the immense popularity of the instrument rose by leaps and bounds with the advent of jazz.
Cuisine
Diwali delights
Try out these mouth-watering sweets and savouries...
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