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TIME TO EXHALE
WHEN SUNEEL Singh is in jhoola asan, he appears an alien but once he unfolds the mysteries of yoga, he comes across a friend with whom you can share your disorders. "Yoga is a way of life. In India people feel if they are not suffering from any ...
No stone unturned
WITH SUMMER at its peak, dehydration becomes rampant giving rise to many painful diseases. Stone of the urinary tract is one of them, and Delhi has the maximum numbers of patients. It is said that the pain caused by this disease is worse than ...
Many strings to the bow
ACCLAIMED VIOLINIST L. Subramaniam gives priority to his family. It's not just the way he quaintly announces, "Now my wife will sing a song," when he performs with Bollywood playback star Kavita Krishnamurthy. It's also not that she reciprocates ...
The anti-allergy campaigner
SHE IS extremely allergic to allergy and that's why she has girded her loins to fight it at on international level. Meet Dr. Ruby Pawankar, an Indian doctor from Japan, who is in Delhi on a mission to create awareness against allergic diseases, ...
Here comes a rewinder
TV CHANNEL is indeed a lucrative business in a country like ours where the entertainment industry is fledging by the minute. And, with a banner like Star, the hopes soar even higher. Also, since re-running shows on the same channel is a strict ...
Fine food... off city centre
I avoid rice, khatta, heavy spices and things like dahi vada, but I am a food lover despite all that, and shaljam-gosht is my favourite dish.
DELHI IS welcoming food festivals with an open heart. The Park's Fire restaurant has come up with "Summer 2004" - fare to beat the heat. The light menu includes mocktails and cocktails. The varied festival menu offers a sumptuous spread ...
Italian food, Italian way
AS YOU step into the vicinity of Tonino-Restorante Italiano, the typical European villa-look at once hits you. The decor done in bright hues, well complimented with furniture in browns and dim light further gives a European tinge. The soft ...
A GRADUATE in English literature from Mysore University, a businessman, a contractor, and owner of several small scale industries down South. This is the past profile of now Sadguru Jaggi Vasudev. His second book "Mystic's Musings" after ...
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