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Striking the right chord
Cool concepts with papaya
As a fruit or as a smoothie, papaya is an all-time favourite
Heart in the write place
If you thought writing your own exam was hard enough, you should meet students who double as scribes for others
MASTERS go low-cost
Samrudhi Art Gallery retails an exclusive collection of digital reproductions of great artists
Sheshadri Vasu was never at ease sending Kannada e-mails transliterated into English. It was this restlessness that resulted in Baraha, the first Kannada freeware on the Net
On cloud NINE
Shona D'Sa Saldanha's gets a real high when she gets on her toes
Jurassic Park on Vijay
VIJAY TV has an ace up its sleeve. On June 27, Sunday 11.30 a.m., the channel will be telecasting the Tamil dubbed version of the hit, "The Jurassic Park." It cannot get bigger than this on Tamil channels.
MANY CHANNELS in India have, in the past, tried to make exclusive films for their network. Now, Kollywood has its own channel, Tamilthirai Television, which will telecast movies and other film-based programmes. The idea of showing 52 short films ...
NOWADAYS, well-known TV personalities are starting their own channels. The latest to join the bandwagon is "Aap Ki Adalat" fame Rajat Sharma, who has started a news channel, `India TV.' He has roped in Suhaib Ilyasi, the man behind the highly ...
AFTER THE roaring success of "Jassi Jaisi Koi Nahin," the rage now is a plain Jane with the girl-next-door looks. Taking a leaf out of "Jassi," Sony TV's latest serial, "Ye Meri Life Hai" (Monday to Thursday, 10 p.m.) has the former glam doll ...
AGGRESSIVE ADVERTISING has positioned diamonds as "a girl's best friend" and as a token of a permanent relationship. In keeping with the global demand for this stone, Bhima Jewellers has launched a new store exclusively for diamonds. Called D ...
Carry on, doc
With more doctors pouring out of medical colleges than we know what to do with, why are we worse off than before, wonders C.K. MEENA
A STAR in a CRIB>
It may be hard to resist when powerful brands reach out from gleaming billboards to enter the warm spaces of your child's room
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