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Reaching out to the remote
While Anjana Appachana, novelist (`Listening Now') does not endorse silence; she believes it is there because there is no man willing to listen.
The area around the eye is delicate, contains fewer oil glands and is devoid of fatty layer. Tension and stress show on the face through dark circles and puffiness. Here's how you can take care.
So, what is in a handshake?
Handshake is the initial communication that needs no explanation and one that is never misunderstood.
ALL IT needs is a string of box-office successes, and you know you are in demand. Arati Agarwal seems to be enjoying the best of attention these days from the Telugu film industry. From the younger stars like Tarun and NTR Jr. to ...
ONE DIRECTOR who always bites more than he can chew is Kodi Ramakrishna. He makes `different' films alright, but makes too many at a time. Look at the films he is `currently' directing: Jenda, Jai Bhadrakali, Trinetram and Piliste ...
YEARS AGO, Suresh made such a promising entry into films but couldn't really rise to the top rung level. He has portrayed variety of roles and now is all set to play a journalist for the first time in a film titled Vachinavaadu Suryudu. He ...
Star of substance
FOR A sincere, serious and talented artiste, language, creed, cast and region are no bar. It is more true in the case of well known stage, television and film actress Shakuntala. A Maharashtrian, Shakuntala shifted to Hyderabad when her ...
Fusion music that brings the East and the West together is slowly becoming popular worldwide. Two recent releases - `Piya Bavari' and `Global Spirit' - mix the best of Indian and western rhythms.
Riviera, the multi-cuisine restaurant in Sangeet premises, recently started the midnight buffet, which is a boon for all night show addicts.
The Kerala Food Festival at Dakhni, Taj Banjara gives you a sample of God's own cuisine.
Magic often has been awe-inspiring shadowed with the mysterious element. Once an obscure tradition, magic is a progress towards science, feels P.C. Sorcar Jr .
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