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From relieving stress to treating skin infections, fragrant essential oils offer several benefits.
Chempil Arayan who lost his life on December 29, 1808, can be credited as the first freedom fighter of Travancore. PRATIMA ASHER writes about this unsung hero.
Dorothia Henriett Watts was the second principal of the Government College for Women, tutor to the princesses of the royal family and the first director of the State Guests Department. She continues to live in the memories of the senior members of th e royal family.
Can `makeovers' really transform you? Revlon, which has caught up with the `luminosity' bandwagon, conducted a three-day `makeover' session in the city recently.
`Euphoria's third album, `Gully', has been released.
Take sago in a vessel and add water, soak it for a while, drain the water and keep aside for 4-5 hours. Sprinkle water in between to keep it well soaked. Care should be taken not to add more water. If the water content increases, the sago will ...
With more to your mouse than `point-and-click' commands, these days you can train it to execute a number of natural gestures.
Self-imposed guidelines are being enforced in the Malayalam film industry to cut costs and bring in discipline. Veterans tell PREMA MANMADHAN that these guidelines may help mend matters.
Shabana Azmi is an actress who is willing to risk her reputation to take on challenging roles. Whether it is acting or activism, she does it with equal fervour.
Celebrated painter Jatin Das's dusky actress-daughter, Nandita Das, who set the big screen ablaze with Deepa Mehta's `Fire' and made her presence felt down South recently in `Azhagi' (with Parthiban), ended 2002 on a `love'ly note. She married ...
Kargil on celluloid
After `Border', and `Refugee', J. P. Dutta is back with what he excels in - war movies. `LoC Kargil', his latest celluloid offering, as the name suggests deals with the Kargil battle. `Border' set the cash registers ringing and brought ...
A fine balancing act!
Childless couples would indeed find it intriguing that the former `Miss Universe' Sushmita Sen has been handling both her career and her adopted daughter, Renee, with a professional touch. Although she couldn't help giving away to her maternal ...
Some smoke again
Almost 15 years ago the Kamal-Sarika episode created a storm in the film world and now it is the Kamal-Simran story doing the same. Meanwhile, on the professional front, Kamal Hassan is awaiting the release of his latest film, `Anbe Sivam'. ...
On the tele-front
Coming to Tamil serials' front, `more' is surely not `merrier'. Like films, many of them have similar storyline and star casts too. Particularly those that have been running for a long time (almost two years) are proving staid and monotonous, ...
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