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Tangled lives on a Chinese net
While conventional doctors view you as a pair of eyes or a heart, Isaac Mathai believes in a holistic approach
IF GOPIKRISHNA'S exhibition that got underway on New Year's Eve is anything to go by, then the year bodes well for the art scene in the city. Gopikrishna's craft is impeccable, the drawings solid, the colouring sharp and the account ...
Despite its natural advantages, Kerala has sidelined chess, says FIDE vice-president P.T.Ummer Koya, who was felicitated in the city recently. Kerala could take a leaf from certain other States, feels STAN RAYAN
GREAT FOOD is all about the subtle flavourings and camouflaged spices. Nutmeg is sparingly used in cooking, but wherever used, it lends its special flavour, smell and taste. The nutmeg derives its name from Latin - standing for `Nux muscates' ...
The lettuce tree can also be grown as a large shrub. The leaves have medicinal properties as well. They are also edible and mostly used to treat rheumatism or arthritis.
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