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Vanishing act
The pavada has almost vanished from the Malayali girl's wardrobe. This traditional pleated dress has been replaced by jeans, trousers and salwar kurtas.
Face Facts

Lip service
For supple lips, check out these simple dos this winter.
Etiquette & Protocol

Cubicle co-existence
Here are some rules that can make the office environment more comfortable.

Just the right prize
James Vadackumchery, winner of the 2003 Distinguished Scholar Award for Lifetime Achievement of the American Society of Criminology, speaks about the State Human Rights Commission and Police reforms.

The debt trap
Take a loan, only if you really need it. And even if you do borrow, do it to fund an asset that will appreciate in future.

House of cards
AN ADVANTAGE of having been a banker for over a good three decades, Viswanathan says, is that people regard you with a lot of respect. You are the poor man's Alan Greenspan. People consider you clued-up about the nuances of high finance. True, ...

Wendy's work
WENDY TILBY'S `When the Day Breaks' (1999) employs a technique of using pencil and paint on photocopies. "We had tried pen and ink, and collage, but the story demanded a technique that was more controlled than the paint-on-glass method," says ...
Film festival begins on Nov. 13
A few classics will be unspooled at the film festival to be held at the College of Fine Arts.

The `Latino lass' is back
After six years in hibernation, Gloria Estefan is back with her unique brew of Latino-Pop music.
Eating Out

The Sindhoor `server'
Sindhoor offers a gastronomic escape from the monotony of one's kitchen.
Green Notes

Charming blossoms
Chrysanthemums make perfect cut flowers. The plant flowers in autumn. Under controlled conditions, it blooms all through the year.

'Animation should portray reality'
Wendy Tilby likes being an independent animator and in control of her medium. She was in the city recently to take part in the Toonz `Week with the Masters' programme.
Memorial lecture
THE KERALA Council for Historical Research (KCHR), in association with the International Centre for Kerala Studies (ICKS), will hold the Elamkulam Kunjan Pillai Memorial lecture at the KCHR Library Hall at Nalanda, here, on November 10. Dr. ...

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