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Getting real on stage
Begin by listening to yourself. If you hear things like: `I can't concentrate' and `I always forget', you're programming yourself for failure. Replace any destructive instructions with positive ones like: `I always make time to study and ...
Rajesh Chaudhary overcame the fear of water to become a sailor and he now rides the waves of success.
Subodh Singh's ongoing solo exhibition - `Kaalchakra' at Daira - Centre for Arts and Culture, displays his dexterity at handling various mediums to echo the concept of the wheel which became the `kaalchakra'.
Silver still sizzles
`Tibarumal and Sons' near Charminar is one reliable store that offers a great variety in silver artefacts.
It's just music all the way for Louis Banks. This composer, pianist, keyboard player, who is also a painter, shares his thoughts on jazz, fusion and film music.
`The Two Towers,' the second instalment of Tolkien's `Lord of the Rings' triology is coming to a theatre near you tomorrow and promises to be an eye popping spectacle.
Check out these sites to become an overnight expert and amaze family and friends with your deep knowledge of wines.
Umpiring is slowly acquiring the art of showmanship giving cricket an added charm and making the game more interesting for viewers, writes ABHIJIT SEN GUPTA.
Checkmated by fate!
Sports is not all about taking the achievers to skies and singing praises, but also recognising the efforts of some of the finest sportspersons who were greats in their own era. Former AICF secretary and master of the chessboard, Ghalib needs all the patronage now, especially during his trying times, writes V. V. SUBRAHMANYAM.
Glamour, style and fanfare marked the IX Grasim Mr. India contest that was held recently.
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