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Common Weight Loss Mistakes

By Aroona Reejhsinghani

Many people do not lose the excess weight because they commit many mistakes while trying to lose weight and this takes them to the brink of frustration. Below are some of the common mistakes people make while dieting.

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Marriage Still Traps the 21st Century Woman

By Deepti Priya Mehrotra

Do divorced/separated women in India have a right to marital property? How do they support themselves especially if they are among the 74.3 per cent full-time housewives with no independent source of income? Many need to support not only themselves but also their children.

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Pearls of tribal wisdom

Iranian artisteSohela will inspire people with her art performance titled ‘Tribal Wisdom’ at the Gallery Gitanjali at Panaji on April 1 from 7 p.m. onwards. The performance will also include the screening of a 35-minute art animation film based on her art works.

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Saris for Gen X

By Banalata Bipani

More designers are innovating the sari to make it more appealing to young clients. In an age where quick fixes are the way to go, it’s not surprising to find people coming up with easier ways to complete tedious tasks.

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A ‘divine’ touch

BY PURVI RADIA | NT NETWORK

The Mangueshi temple at Mangueshi has something new to offer. Apart from giving devotees a place of respite, it also has a visual appeal. The up-gradation and beautification of the temple complex, which began in 2008, wears a neat and trim look as of January 2010. Mr Rahul Deshpande, a structural engineer practicing architecture, was the person instrumental in giving this complex a new lease of life.

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Hospital Visits

By Anthony Kuriakose

Very often our near relatives or our friends get hospitalised and it is the proper thing to do to pay them a visit. It might surprise you to know, that among those hospital safety hazards are visitors, who potentially introduce problems to the patients they hope to cheer or assist. The problems may be directly related to physical harm, or may even be mental or emotional.

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A culinary history

Goan cuisine, which is an amalgamation of various cultures, has been condensed in the book titled, ‘Cozinha de Goa.’ ‘The Navhind Times’ explored the history behind this cuisine only to realise its various influences and associated legends

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Shimmer and Shine

By Banalata Bipani

Soon the New Year celebrations in all the states of India will be on us, beginning with Gudi Padva in Maharashtra on April 4, 2011 and ending with Assamese Bihu New Year on April 15. What better way to usher in the New Year than to go heavy on the glam quotient with an out-an-out with hues of copper, bronze, gold and silver in abundance? Body shimmer might just be the item you need.

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Just Love Yourself – II

By Aroona Reejhsinghani

Here is the list of fourteen fabulous foods which provides complete health and beauty to the body according to the institute of food technologist’s.

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Cholesterol Cravings

By Odette and Joe Mascarenhas

We had just been invited for a preview of the Sunday brunch aptly named ‘Cholesterol Cravings’. Well I love previews because they showcase all the exciting moments of the show.

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