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When a mouse gets the rice bag
AS YOU stroll in to this retreat, it is not just the orange walls that grab your attention. Something here entices you to pull up a chair, sip a steaming cappuccino, browse through a book, and watch your favourite film. Not surprising, it's ...
The retail outlet in Koramangala has neat deals for consumers.
On and off the beaten track
Away from the glitz of Commercial Street, one can get clothes at a third of the price as well as scrumptious chaats.
Simple and classy silks
YOU COULDN'T have missed the bright board of Priya-Simran's, a recent addition to the left wing of Prestige Meridian on M.G. Road. To fill you in on a little more about it, Priya-Simran's is a one-stop designer silk showroom, run by Vashu ...
An exhibition of black-and-white photographs, currently on at Max Mueller Bhavan, presents impressive biographical portraits of people and their special personal spaces. The people in the pictures are instances of life struggling for individual porti ons of a world that is becoming more and more a global entity.
It's never too early to grab your very own corner on the internet, and many school kids, encouraged by some educational websites, are doing just that.
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