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Chugging through memory rail
Oral cancer is a scourge that can be contained to a great degree through proper awareness. Youngsters are also prone to the disease through use of pan masalas, points out DR. R. JAYAKRISHNAN
Caring for that `beautiful mind'
A person with severe mental illness can lead an active and normal life with the support of family, friends, and society. There may be no permanent cure, but like there can be a controlled diabetic, there can be a controlled schizophrenic as well.
Pictures, colours, rhythms and beats, all help bring to fore the emotional problems of children. This is art therapy. LEELA MENON takes a look at this method of solving emotional conflicts, fostering self-awareness and personal growth.
FEW MUSICIANS are adept at singing as well as playing any musical instrument equally well. More so, playing Carnatic music on a single-stringed instrument ,with due emphasis on varied type of gamakas. That is indeed a rare achievement. Therefore, ...
Creating music on the screen
Lucky Ali makes his screen debut in `Sur,' an offbeat film about a musician.
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