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Crisis before birth
Times are changing, and visiting a psychiatrist no longer has a social stigma attached to it. Abhaya, a hospital that has both psychiatry and neurology wings, strives to put a patient at ease.
Two youngsters, who swear by music, have launched a magazine, Rave, that covers all forms of music.
The latest jewellery collection by Poonam Soni was launched in the City in great style.
People who listen to Radio City are familiar with radio jockey Chaitanya Hegde. His `Chow Chow Bath' programme is a big draw.
Ratan has founded his own English theatre group, MISFIT, and has made an entry into films and television serials as well.
THE CITY now has a U.S. Pizza outlet just everywhere. Chances are that there might be one right next door. It has 18 franchisees in the City which includes one each in Rajajinagar, Whitefield, Church Street, Indiranagar, and Jayanagar. It is ...
TAKE A casual stroll on Malleswaram 9th Cross and it is possible that the rising sun atop one particular house will attract you. Located appropriately, Bhumi is the newly opened shop. Inspite of its infant stage, the shop boasts of giving you ...
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