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New kids on the box
Seize the seizure
An active life is easily possible for epileptics
More on XP SP2
THIS PERTAINS to the article Time to tweak your Windows (MetroPlus, Sept. 6, 2004). Here are some more facts regarding Windows XP SP2. Microsoft releases consolidated updates, called Service Packs (SP), to Windows XP about once a year. ...
An exhibition of the works of 50-odd artists at Galerie Sara Arakkal concludes today
What does a helmet drive have to do with parking? Just that it makes a lot of sense
Catch that glint
The show was not just about diamonds...
Your kids will love it
SPITFIRE GRILL is small and functional, with its minimalist dιcor made up for only by its brightly coloured walls: in orange and yellow. Its functionality has a definite purpose: to keep prices down. Billed as a family restaurant, Spitfire Grill ...
Chef Ahamed Ammouri of Taj West End tosses up a delicious Lebanese treat
COME GANESH Chaturthi, and the god of good fortune is splashed in various hues, styles and forms all over the city. Eka, the ethnic Indian lifestyle store, brought to Bangalore its first "Celebrating Ganesha" exhibition five years ago. The ...
Winding down with the Cauvery
A trip to cool your city-weary nerves on a weekend
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