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Monday, June 24, 2002
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They took a short cut from hell to heaven
Come monsoon and it is usual to see children with running noses and fever. Apart from being hit physically, cold and flu can affect the child psychologically too, says DR. C. P. SOMASUNDARAM
The `Malabar House' a signature hotel in Fort Kochi, has been conferred the prestigious `Heritage Classic' certificate, the first hotel in Kerala to attain this stature. PRIYADARSHINI SHARMA finds out what's special about the hotel, whose clientele i s a virtual who's who in the global context, like Bertolucci
Transient interest in a game is usual. Kids take to cricket in one season, football in another. World Cup fever is a class of its own. But P Sudhakara Varma has body, heart and soul in football, which game he pursues and propagates, sans vested inter ests. K PRADEEP meets this simple man with a mission
Eating out has never been better in the city with so many choices for the food buff. People seem to be tired of exotic `alien' dishes. Puttu, an everyday breakfast item, is going places in urban areas. The Hot Plate, a multi cuisine restaurant at ...
It's never too early to stake out your very own corner on the Internet - and many school kids, encouraged by some educational websites, are doing just that.
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