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Monday, March 24, 2003
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New AIDS cases in the city are from the middle class youngsters and professionals, a social group which was hitherto deemed free of the disease, says LEELA MENON
Etiquette traces its origin in history. Read on to find the roots of a few commonly practised actions of politeness.
Rushing from workplace to a party? Here is a guide for the perfect evening make up that you can do in a jiffy.
K. P. P. Nambiar, a fisheries man, is on the biggest mission in his life, compiling a Japanese-Malayalam dictionary.
We are at dangerous crossroads as the winds of war blow hard and cold. Here are some of the sites to update you on the recent Iraq crisis.
Prized for its soft velvety purple leaves Purple Passion Vine is ideal for growing in hanging baskets.
Where kathakali still needs patrons to survive, what can pavakathakali, an even more traditional art form expect, except sheer neglect? It is a happy development, feels K. PRADEEP, that people are coming forward, at least in this late hour, to patron ise this dying art. MAHESH HARILAL captures the moods of both puppets and puppeteers at this rare show.
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