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Conquest of the piano man
Kala Madhyam, the folk festival that concluded in the City recently, showcased the best of arts and crafts from rural India..
A man of science, philosophy, religion, and activism. That's Fr. Mathew Chandrankunnel, nominated the Indian co-ordinator for the Science-Religion Summit to be held in Bangalore.
The craft of fine fashion
Every outfit in Jason Cheriyan's winter collection, on display at Cinnamon, is marked by a rare pride in craftsmanship.
Jon Bon Jovi's fans can rock to his latest album, Bounce.
The former national champion and ace coach, U. Vimal Kumar, is all set to take over as the new Joint Chief National Badminton coach. Vimal's no nonsense approach should jolt the Indian badminton out of slumber and help it tread a new path.
Henna carries both aesthetic and medicinal values. While it is traditionally used by women to decorate their hands and feet, it can also be an effective remedy for dandruff.
ARE BICYCLES a thing of the past? One wonders, considering that people are always in a hurry to get wherever they have to - be it the workplace or the movie hall. Cycles are not only non-polluting, but also keep us in good health. At a time ...
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