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Alternative therapies are getting increasingly popular owing to relatively low costs and the absence of side effects.
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While conventional doctors view you as a pair of eyes, a heart, or a malnourished fibula, Isaac Mathai believes in a holistic approach to both rejuvenate and cure.
Jayashree Patankar and Alaka Bhandiwad share common experiences, but their artistic sensibilities are rather contrasting nature and its forms, and people and mythologies.
OCTOBER 1998 - a song called "Dhoom Pichuk" is getting heavy airplay on the music channels. A five-member male band called "Euphoria" release their debut album with the same name. Dhoom Pichuk is very different from what Indian ...
On January 5, when the South Zone clashes with the West Zone in a day and night Deodhar Trophy one-dayer at the Chinnaswamy Stadium, a former State cricketer will be counting his blessings. The one-dayer will be a benefit match for former State capta in and opener P.V. Shashikanth. The affable cricketer, now busy with his role as a coach with the State's under-17 lads, hopes for a decent turnout.
The diligence and dedication in his approach won T.D. Ranga Ramanujan a distinctive status in the field of sports management.
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