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Packed with nutrition
Bottle gourd grows in any soil and can be used to make curries, soups and sweets
COMPULSORY USE OF HELMETS
Though compulsory use of helmets is a commendable one, it will be a big problem for the pillion riders. Especially people who ask for a lift will face the problem. Government can perhaps roll back the decision of making helmets compulsory for ...
Two-wheeler riders seldom care about safe driving and traffic regulations.
As accidents are becoming quite common, it is necessary to make the use of helmets compulsory.
It is a pity that government has to make a stringent law to ...
The use of helmet ,no doubt, is necessary to avert fatal head crash. But, can it be made compulsory? Unless forced upon, many motorists may not wear the same. Hence, there is no other option but to make helmet wearing compulsory. The ...
The compulsory use of helmets will certainly lessen the severity of head injury and death effectively during accidents. Pillion riders, particularly women and children, should not be compelled to wear helmets as it is difficult for a ...
Sadly, the use of a helmet has become a political decision and not a lifesaving issue. Helmets should be changed every five years and should be discarded if damaged or cracked . Helmets should be bought with the ISI mark and not those sold ...
Nowadays many two-wheeler riders are involved in fatal accidents mainly because they do not care to use helmets as a safety measure. Many drive at risky speeds, making the probability of accidents higher. There should not be any delay in the ...
Wearing helmet may be a temporary inconvenience but it will wipe away a number of other inconveniences like head-injury, hospitalisation, court-cases and shocking news for family members, friends and relatives. When helmet-wearing awareness ...
Muhurtam for moolah
The great Indian wedding has spelt brisk business for a number of professionals
Cool ways to beat the heat Who’s at risk
Health Did you know heat exhaustion can lead to heat stroke? What are the warning signs? Read on to find out
The much-hyped cereal
Is ragi a wholesome food for diabetics?
Tall, dark and daringly different, that’s Jeevan for you. His latest release “Naan Avanillai” is a hit, especially in smaller stations.
It is said that he is doing exactly what Rajnikanth did in his early days — ...
“Shrek-1 and 2” created a huge fan base in India especially among multiplex audiences for animation movies. “Shrek the Third,” another animation comedy, was released this week with top stars such as Eddie Murphy, ...
NTR is a happy man as he has completed the shoot of his big budget extravaganza “Yamadonga,” a fantasy thriller with Priya Mani under the direction of SS Rajamouli. The actor, who celebrated his 25th birthday last week with the unit ...
In quest of the best
Sanjay Subramaniam believes in hard work alone
Their space in the cyberworld
A growing army of Tamil bloggers has ensured that regional language users have their say on the Web
Chasing the tinsel dream CABLEWALA
Abhishek hopes to replicate his small screen success on the big screen
Testing new waters
TV actor-anchor Vijay Adhiraj is all set to turn film producer
Life’s simple pleasures
Of charming tribals and rolling grasslands, writes SUBHA J RAO
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