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The Homoeo fever
Homoeopaths in the State claim to have a "wonder drug" that can prevent dengue. The medicine has reportedly been administered to over 11 lakh people across the city and neighbouring districts. Over 1 lakh people have requested for the medicine at the Government Homoepathic Medical College in the city.
Monsoon brings with it a host of diseases. This time round, dengue fever tops the list. With the State Government doing precious little to contain the spread of the disease, the residents' associations in the city have taken up the task. As ...
Care for your tresses
Changing weather poses new challenges for hair care. Here are a few tips to maintain that glossy sheen this monsoon...
In its latest album, Metallica records a track live in a prison.
Lessons from cricket's homeland
Cricket administrators in Kerala have a lot to learn from the way the game is managed abroad, as Flashback Kerala Cricketers discovered during their recent European tour.. K. PRADEEP, who toured with the team, reports...
Rare Kerala dishes are being served at a Kerala food festival held at The South Park.
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