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Get set to splurge
`If we slip and fall, will we survive?'
A son's moving tribute to a father on the eve of World Elders' Day tomorrow
A toast to the Mahatma?
Gandhi Jayanthi. One public holiday on which you won't hear boisterous cheers as beer mugs clink together. The one day you'll actually notice that someone has passed out on the pavement before you gingerly avoid stepping over him. The day drinkers mi ght wonder why they feel a pang of guilt as they down another shot of whiskey. What do people in the Pub City do on the day they're forced to be sober (even when they're not driving), because the law deems that all liquor shops, pubs and bars close s hutters on October 2? Can Gandhi take away our tourist attraction? Or is October 1 the day to stock up, so you can hiccup the next? ROHINI MOHAN finds out if our citizens care to be one-day teetotallers.
Bryan offers room service
The undisputed guru of soft rock is back after three years with a new album featuring songs recorded in hotel rooms of his tour venues
It was a sea of red and green at the Asian Junior Basketball Championship
Jeshwanth has the difficult task of re-building Karnataka cricket
The gladiolus is a favourite plant for many a bouquet-maker
Theatre and a Goan buffet
The acclaimed play, Children of a Lesser God, is being staged tomorrow
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