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From copses to corpses
Taking health to heart
Heather Livingston, Vice-President of Herbalife, the nutraceutical company, was in the City recently to create awareness on the need for good nutrition to enhance performance in sport. Her brief was to eliminate drug use.
Painting for a cause
The works of leading as well as lesser-known artists are on show to raise money for the underprivileged.
Finding his own voice
Most child prodigies do not make it big as adult artistes. Sanjeev Abhyankar is one of the few exceptions. The young musician, who was in the City recently, says he owes it to his parents and his guru Pandit Jasraj, who put him on the right track.
Living life to the full
Age, wisdom, and an inner fire keep these senior citizens young.
Green Label offer
DELUXE GREEN Label has announced its Golden Treasure offer. Consumers who buy a pack of coffee will find a coupon that will entitle them to exciting prizes including jewellery sets, gold chains, pendants, and coins. All gold will be guaranteed by ...
This metal is hot!
In the latest album, Metallica records a track live in a prison.
Hoopster on a high
A 13-year-old-girl is making waves in state basketball circles and is being talked about as a star in the making.
One kg. idli, two litres sambar
Assembly-line preparation and weighing of the dishes make for a unique takeaway.
The right step
LOOKS LIKE a lull after all the storm at Cannes? Nay, forever a paparazzo's delight, Aishwarya Rai, has, among other assignments, a Latin American dance number to look forward to. The breezy twists are to be choreographed by expert, Sandip ...
Kapoor brothers in the news
EVEN AS Randhir Kapoor returned home after a successful bypass surgery in the capital, the bubbly yesteryear hero must have been thrilled to see his wife Babita, daughters Karisma and Kareena, and brother Rishi at the airport to welcome him. All ...
Diamonds are forever
EVERYTHING THAT glitters is diamond. And that's for real in Kaizad Gustad's much awaited film, Boom. The film that opens with sizzling beauties adorned with the world's best diamonds, is sure to turn several heads, what with the opening ...
Befriend your body
Santha Kumar's workshop helps stressed urbanites connect with their body and inner selves.
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