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In top gear
With the Minister, K. B. Ganesh Kumar, at the helm, the Kerala State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC), has been trying for an image makeover.
Clue to ageing
SCIENTISTS HAVE found the first robust genetic difference between centenarians and younger people, a finding that could lead to the discovery of a way to prevent ageing. In a study of unrelated centenarians, researchers found that each was ...
Say yes to water
Water is an essential body requirement but few of us know how much of it should be consumed on an average. Nutritionist MUMTAZ KHALID ISMAIL writes...
Etiquette & Protocol
Party time
Listing out the things you have to do before a party will save you lot of stress and embarrassment.
Broccoli beckons
A former U.S. President hated it, but moms all over the world swear by the nutritive value of broccoli.
Face Facts
Smooth solutions
Unwanted hair is a cause for worry to many women. Here are a few ways to get silken skin...
Seeking royal roots
The Cochin Royal Family Historical Society attempts to track down the 13 generations of royal family members who had a common ancestor and a rich cultural heritage.
'We are not politicising science'
T. Radhamani talks about her term as president of the Kerala Sastra Sahitya Parishad.

Singing different tunes
Kerala boy K.K. is tasting success in Bollywood. He has put the fizz in cola commercials, singing `Yeh dil maangey more', and worked with some of the leading composers.
A family with quintuplets, on the outskirts of the city, finds the going tough...
Foggy fare
I N FEBRUARY last year, we had Rahul Bhatt trying his hand at cinematic acceptance after his `Heen'a had hit big time on Sony.Now it is Amar Upadhayay's turn to venture where only the gullible or the vain tread. The result is predictable in this ...
'Who is spying on the PC?'
Did you know that `secret agents' are lying in wait within your PC, waiting to spring to action the moment you go online.Read on to see how you can stop this latest scourge of the Internet age.
The hit-machine
Following an unprecedented rise in the number of remix albums, original albums are fading out...
Eating Out
Have a quick bite
Quickbites offers precisely what the name suggests - tasty, ready-to-eat, snacks.
Add salt, refined oil (2 tsp) and water to wheat flour, knead them to soft dough and keep it aside.

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