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Multiple vision
The city that once had the best and grandest of cinemas, is now seeing a crop of multiplexes that combine movie entertainment on smaller screens, coupled with food courts and shopping arcades. PRADEEP SEBASTIAN welcomes the trend with mixed feelings.

Have a heart, be kind to it
Unhealthy lifestyles have contributed to a 30 per cent rise in cardiac problems in the city, according to Dr. Ashwath N. Rao.

Will policyholders benefit?
When a policyholder fails to pay the premium, the insurance company's notice on its lapsing does not properly inform him of his options.
Information Technology

Time to buy that first PC!
With competition hotting up, and component prices falling, Home PCs are becoming more affordable. Now might be a good time to go in for one.

An affordable P4
THIS IS probably the best time to buy personal computers. The computers come in fantastic speeds and high storage capacities at very affordable rates. The downward movement in market prices can be attributed to the competition between different ...

Chords & Notes
This week at Music World...
Eating Out

Plantain leaf pleasures
IT'S THE onslaught of chillies that sets the tastebuds tingling, the senses on fire, at first bite. It triggers palate memories of the subtle Andhra Biryani that lingered on the tongue for days, the mouth-watering aroma of the Gongura Mutton ...

Saris that don't fade
IF YOU are shopping for silks and saris, you might want to check out Rangachaari Textiles in Malleswaram. The Rangachaaris chain has been around for some 45 years. The family first set up shop in Chennai, and now has branches in Bangalore, ...
Vibrant colours, textures
YAMINI, THE chain of home textile stores, has moved location to Haudin Road, On Ulsoor lake. The store is now spread over two floors with the large space affording more comprehensive product assortment. The new store is marked by an exhibition ...

Spicmacay seeks volunteers
IT WILL be the perfect treat for music connoisseurs. They will get to hear santoor maestro Pandit Shivkumar Sharma and his son Rahul in a duet concert — Santoor Virasat — organised by Spicmacay Foundation. The concert at Chowdiah ...

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