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Knead and roll a living
The importance of appearance, behaviour and speech in making judgments about others cannot be overestimated. Actually, it is within our control, how we manage, and how others see us.
FEEDING YOUR pup is akin to early training. Once good feeding habits have set in, you can sit back and relax. But most of us tend to over-indulge the pup in the initial stages and later, as both get older you and your pet it ...
Indian Junior Chamber was founded in 1949 at Kolkata. Today it has more than 1,500 chapters and 50,000 members nationwide. Globally it is spread over 120 countries with over 6 lakh members. It is a movement based on the concept of developing ...
Eve who dons villain's garb
THE PERIODICALS are all praise for educated female characters, well made up and with a captivating smile on their lips, playing vicious vamp roles on the small screen. Much before these women came on the idiot box, Kottarakara Ganga, in her ...
Vignettes from a veteran's life
Innumerable films, varied roles... It is 52 years since Sukumari entered the industry with the Tamil film, "Oar Iravu", as a 10-year old. The thespian in conversation with MALATHI RANGARAJAN.
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/dinosaurs/index.html: A fantastic resource for children of all ages, with loads of clearly indexed information on every ...
THE CHASE through the sagebrush. The cattle drive across the endless prairie. The saloon brawl. The shootout on Main Street. The ambush in the canyon. The eleventh hour rescue by the cavalry. The square dance in the frontier fort. The Western ...
Rupesh Kumar and Markose Bristow, the Senior National doubles champions, are currently on a roll in the Indian badminton circuit. The two now have a respectable world ranking too. STAN RAYAN tastes a bit of their thunder.
HE MADE waves at Johannesburg. The man who received the IIFA Lifetime Achievement Award-2003 belies his age. The yesteryear hero, Dev Anand, was in the U.S. at the time of the Grammy Awards. And Dev Anand was impressed with the accomplishments of ...
BOLLYWOOD FILMS may be the staple of most stars in Mumbai, but who wouldn't want to slip in an Italian pizza, in the bargain, for a different gastronomic fare? We hear of Ritesh (son of former Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Vilasrao Deshmukh) ...
WITH ANTI-Tobacco Day (May 31) round the corner, and with the World Health Organisation getting louder with its appeal, Crusade Against Tobacco, an NGO in India, we hear, has come up with a novel idea to exhort to the celluloid world. Two popular ...
SHOULDERING RESPONSIBILITIES as a jury member at Cannes is no mean task for the former Miss World Aishwarya Rai, and her much publicised project with Gurinder Chaddha is seen as a cultural crossover. But what is Salman Khan up to these days? ...
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