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Saturday, June 22, 2002
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Don't dump your mobile... just yet
IF you're rushing out to turn in your mobile for a loud hailer because you've read media reports that a Finnish study has said cell-phones weaken the brain's defences against toxins and infections — hold on. For one thing, the scientist ... More

Beware of that biryani or pizza...
With a little discipline in your food habits and workout schedules, you can indulge occasionally in a pizza or a biryani… and yet keep the heart going. More

CINEMA


Toonz wins 3 awards at US film festival
TOONZ Animation India, a Technopark-based animation studio specialising in 2D and 3D animation in all formats, won three awards at the Kalamazoo International Animation (KAFI) Festival held last month at Kalamazoo in the US. Announcing this, a ... More

Navodaya plans comeback with new film
NAVODAYA, a leading film banner in the State which has been inactive for quite some time now, is now planning a comeback with the distribution of a new Malayalam film. Navodaya, who made several super hits and produced the first 3-D film in ... More

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    EVENTS


  • It is now `Doctors Day' on July 1

    INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL


    UK relaxes visa curbs
    IN a bid to ease the visa problems of tourists intending to visit the UK, the British High Commission has decided to accept applications in a broad category of "straightforward" traveller with effect from June 24 at New Delhi and Mumbai. In ... More

    DOMESTIC TRAVEL


    MTDC unveils new packages
    CHASING the monsoon is quite a trend these days. After the coastal regions, now it is the Western Ghats in the monsoons that are on offer. The Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) seems to have taken a leaf out of the Goa and ... More

    ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES


    Schwabe opens another outlet
    BANGALORE: German homoeopathy major Schwabe India has opened its second exclusive showroom in Koramangala in the city. The first outlet is at Malleswaram. The outlet, the company's 45th in the country, will be a one-stop store for ... More

    TRENDS


    The nature's brush
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    BOOKS


    Indian economy in the new millennium
    The Finance Minister, Mr Yashwant Sinha, with the RBI Governor, Dr Bimal Jalan, during the release of the book written by Dr Jalan titled `Indian economy in the new millennium - Selected essays' in the Capital on Friday. ... More
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    In Depth
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    Simple Economics
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