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Regular exercise helps you feel and look great. A fitness routine gives one a sense of well-being, says MUMTAZ KHALID ISMAIL
There is nothing like living in a well preserved, immaculately maintained antique home. This one at Kakkanad, which ELIZABETH NINAN visits, has been modified aesthetically to make it more comfortable. Moving through the rooms is like moving in a tim e warp.
THE THIRU Karthikai festival is surely one of the most beautiful of South Indian festivals. A festival special to the Tamils, it is celebrated in the Tamil month of Karthikai, when the constellation Karthikai appears. It corresponds to the ...
EVEN THOUGH India has a glorious art ethos spanning some thousands of years, somehow this has not successfully seeped into our cultural makeup, and it is still difficult to conjure up a crowd for a painting exhibition. Realising this, Draavidia ...
Rotund Sajjive is several things rolled into one. K BALAKRISHNAN profiles the caricaturist-lawyer-tax recovery officer
Vijay Yesudas has always struggled with his diction and to come out from the shadow of his illustrious father. Though comparisons are odious, Vijay emerges in this album as a much mature singer. If there is anything special in this set of 10 ...
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