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Smile, banish the blues

BY PURVI RADIA | NT NETWORK
Much before Munnabhai MBBS taught us to take a sensitive approach when interacting with the terminally ill it was the Florence Nightingale and Mother Teresa who taught the world about the essence and importance of treating such patients with love and compassion.

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Recognising the young talent

The prestigious Yuva Pratibha Puraskar instituted  by the Directorate of Art and Culture were presented to five youth artists  for their outstanding contribution in the field of art and music. The award consists of cash prize of Rs10,000 and a certificate.

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Looking after your art heirlooms

BY PERIN ILAVIA
Artwork is as essential to the décor of a room as are other artefacts. Painters from the Gothic period to the modern day have paid attention to framing as the frame can make or break the illustration.

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Sway, Suey the Burmese way

By Odette and Joe Mascarenhas
 “Khao! Khao! That’s all you live for,” I taunt my better half as I hear his familiar enquiry … “what’s cooking?” Well my mother had warned me that the best way to a man’s heart was through his stomach, but Joe’s stomach is always raring for something different.

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A Career in Copywriting

By Ranjana Kakodkar, Margao
“KhaneWalonKo To KhaneKaBahanaChahiye……” Do you remember this commercial with the rip-roaringly funny man, Cyrus, extolling the virtues of the humble Cadbury’s bar?

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Summer Hair Care

By Aroona Reejhsinghani
During summer the grease glands become overactive and therefore the hair turns greasy soon. And because the grease combines with pollutants in the atmosphere, the hair acquires an unpleasant odour if you don’t cleanse it at least three times during a week.

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Buying a Swim Suit

By Homai Sagar
Most women in India avoid swimming for the simple reason that they don’t have the figure! That is probably an excuse, but one that can be tackled.

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