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Give us this day our daily branded rice
Where are our old rice varieties?
WHEN COOKING rice got new names like Periyar, Nirapara or Sadya, the old identity has nearly been forgotten. So what if, one is a brand and the other a variety? Kerala was once home to almost 2,000 traditional varieties of rice that was suited ...
Energise your skin
Put the zing back into your skin. Read on.
Give and take gracefully
Master the art of giving and receiving compliments, thus!
Use it to pep up your dishes or to cure different ailments. Cashew nuts are certainly invaluable.
Keeping Kochi updated
Kochi has turned into a very competitive playfield for evening dailies. These `eveningers' provide an update to those who break free after a hectic day at their workplaces. SUNIL NALIYATH on Kochi's evening dailies and their growing clientele.
Life and loneliness
SHORT OF a week after Onam and Café Palette is wearing a new look. This time it is not only the works of Everest Raj that are on display but the artist himself who will be available in the gallery to do caricatures of interested customers. Those ...
AFTER HIS campus flick, `Nammal' and melodramatic `Gramaphone', director Kamal is back with yet another episode for the youth- `Swapnakkoodu'. Made at a budget of over Rs.2 crore, the film is produced by P. Rajan under the banner of Vaisakha ...
Mystic music for the world
World music today has strong Indian influences.
Second opinion on soccer headers
HITTING A soccer ball with the head, even repeatedly over a long time, is unlikely to cause injury, despite some recent concerns, an editorial in the medical journal BMJ argues. A ruling from a British coroner who attributed the death of a ...
Popular Punjabi sabzi
IN THE last two columns, the basics of veg cooking have been written about. Here are two popular Punjabi sabzis or vegetables to try out. But before we start let's talk a little about treating the vegetables properly to get the best out of ...
`Big cats' on the prowl
Pulikali is a simple art perhaps, but painting the artists is a big task. K. K. MUSTAFAH goes into the greenroom with his camera and shoots the `tigers' on the streets.
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