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Monday, February 17, 2003
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Celebrating a new life
Surgeons are taught laparoscopy during a course conducted by a city hospital.
One often comes across incidents of students coming to bodily harm at the hands of teachers. Despite exposure by the media, the sordid tale of children being manhandled at school continues. Does corporal punishment help curb indiscipline? This is wha t academicians, students and the public have to say.
DEV ANAND is the eternal evergreen hero of Bollywood who will be celebrating his 80th birthday in September! The man is incredible as he still continues to make films for the youth and his latest offering on Valentine Day is "Love At Times ...
THERE IS something unique about Balu Mahendra, one of the few surviving filmmakers in Tamil, whose calling card remains his artistry and his refusal to play to the galleries. Whether it is his "Azhiyatha Kolangal" or "Moondram Pirai", the man ...
IN TELUGU films, son and grandsons of famous fathers from tinsel town are ruling the roost. Earlier, Balakrishna, Nagarjuna and Venkatesh could cash in on their father's popularity and connections. The saga continues as among the younger lot, ...
The concluding part of the article on mailerindia.com explains the benefits of eating raw food, the importance of applying tilak, vaastu shastra and various other features of the portal.
In a highly commercialised world exists an eatery that lets the customer decide how much to pay. It also seems to induce a behavioural change.
ALL THOSE shying away from going near a weighing machine, here's something to cheer you up. How many times have you wondered why manufacturers of readymade clothing completely ignored you while designing their lines? Now, Madura Garments not only ...
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