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A bond with bones
The magic remedy for setting bones lies in the hands of the hakim and the `patti' tied around the patients.
A mission to serve
Sudha Murty pursues whatever she takes up with dedication - be it teaching, writing or charitable activities. On a mission to better the lot of the underprivileged, she delves wholeheartedly into this as she finds it necessary to give back somethi ng to society.
French born Isabelle Anna is an accomplished Bharatanatyam and Kathak dancer, and now, her aim is to teach and impart her knowledge to her students.
Remix albums are the latest in the Indipop scene, so much so it looks as if there is no need for originality, only mind blowing, energising music.
Offering exotic coastal Andhra cuisine and a serene place for parties, `The Spicy Venue' is the newest hub in town.
A taste of 'Sonar Bangla'
There is much more to Bengali cuisine than `mishti doi' and `macchher jhol'. To sample Bengali food check out the on-going Bengali Food Festival - Calcutta Diaries - at Deccan Pavilion ITC Kakatiya Sheraton Hotel and Towers.
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