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IT'S ONLY in the fair scheme of things that the disabled, or to use a more sanitised term, `persons with limited mobility' too benefit from the rapid advancements taking place in the realm of slick, fast paced technology. Today a number of ...
How sweet is this potato?
The sweet potato, rich in sugar, is a great source of energy. But is bad news for diabetics
Of exercise and illness
Are you worried that your mild illness may rip you off the benefits of your exercise regimen? Don't panic as sticking to exercise, without pushing yourself too much, will only boost and not damage health.
Ready for a new wordrobe?
Such a flexible language, English, embracing new words sans ego. HEMJIT BHARATHAN says you can be a `globoboss' or a follower of `funkinetics,' depending on your tastes. You can have `eater's coma' too, beware.
Rooted in reality
If `Alai Payuthe' catapulted him to fame and made his ride to success a joyous and smooth one, his attitude towards life proves his feet are on terra firma. Meet R. Madhavan who has loads of zeal.
Cities of a feather...
A bond unites the cities of Kolkata and Kochi. Culturally, politically, socially, they are similar. SUNIL NALIYATH picks the threads that bind them.
ACTING IS the process of creating characters. The actors transform themselves into characters on stage and screen using their body and voice to bring about that change. And acting is fully accomplished when the character and actor become one. The ...
Chords & Notes
Another memorable album from the popular Classics' Revival series. Thirteen duets of the inimitable K.J.Jesudas have been handpicked, each one a precious gem by itself. Those who have chosen the songs for this collection have been careful to ...
From the 'traditional kitchen'
Murabbas can be a stand-alone snack as well as an accompaniment for rotis or puris.
The can-do girls
Kerala has its share of enterprising ladies who have proved themselves in the ruthless world of business. LEELA MENON who met them at the TIE (The Indus Enterprise) seminar found that gender is not an issue with them at all!
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