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The heart of the problem
IT IS an often heard story: A man in his 40s or 50s arrives at the doctor's clinic for his annual medical check-up, and goes through the routine tests. He eventually leaves the clinic with a clean bill of health, which says his heart is working ...
Past the present...
Paulose took just one look at the lone letter that the postman had brought in as his personal mail, and, crumpling it, tossed it into the waste-bin. Suresh, who was sitting next to him, observed this rather uncharacteristic action on the part of ...
The day after
The song has died out. And Thangaraj is in deep despair. The sonorous voice, which once led the Trivandrum Orchestra, has been reduced to a whimper. As he oscillates from a memorable past to an uncertain future, the singer is forced to give up ...
At war with the mosquito
With no respite from dengue fever in sight, the City Corporation has stepped up its anti-mosquito drive.
After the success of their first album, the Viva girls are back with a sequel.
The `Amma' treat
Amma restaurant at Thampanoor does not boast of a great ambience, but its menu, which includes north Indian specialities, is impressive.
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