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Art in a materialistic culture
A physically active lifestyle has profound paybacks in the long run. It makes one more alert and productive, apart from cutting down the risk of diseases. Beginning a weekly column on fitness for life.
A walk through the heritage sites instils among the walkers a sense of concern and desire to protect them.
Collars serve as strategic outlines for the face and if used right, could lift up one's features.
On the haute track
From engineering to fashion industry may have been a drastic career change for Vivek Khurana. But the creative spirit in him compelled him to do something different - turn into an entrepreneur of haute couture. Within a span of a decade Vivek open ed upmarket fashion stores like `Origins' and `Journey'.
After his debut film sank without a trace, Akshaye Khanna was all but forgotten. Until director Farhan Akhtar retrieved him from the mothballs and presented an all-new, impressive Akshaye Khanna in `Dil Chahta Hai'. Now more poised and polished, Akshaye is all set to be king of the world.
If you are fond of sizzlers, then head to the Sizzler festival at Waterside Café, Taj Banjara, till November 17.
The Aluminium Plant can be grown in shallow pots at home, or as a beautiful border for other plants. Hang them in your balcony in semi-shade for a different look.
`Odyssey' is the new one-stop leisure store in town that offers a wide option in books, stationery, toys and gifts.
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi advocates transcendental meditation as a panacea for the ills plaguing the world and propounds a philosophy having a scientific base and Vedic foundation.
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