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Carpet creations
In an attempt to revive Indian carpet exports, promote employment and generate income, the UNDP Hand-Knotted Carpet Project has had several project partners including IIT Delhi, NIFT, Wool Research Association, Indian Institute of Carpet ... More


Drawing from age-old tradition
It takes not more than a change in lifestyle and a balanced diet to keep ailments at bay. Sudha Menon on the Kerala Ayurvedic Rejuvenation and Research Establishment near Pune, that emphasises on just this, along with many ayurvedic therapi es. More


Ganjam's new store targets connoisseurs
GANJAM Nagappa & Son, one of Bangalore's jewellery houses, has launched a high profile jewellery store at The Leela Galleria in the city. Called `Ganjam By Design,' this collection is aimed at the high-profile buyer. According to Mr Umesh ... More


It's a toast to good taste
South Africa's picturesque wine country and its wine have gained in popularity in recent years. Gustasp Irani on his Cape wine-tasting tour. More


A royal retreat
Strolling through the palace complex of Padmanabhapuram, Anupama R. finds the craftsmanship and architecture of this edifice exhilarating. More

Where will you fly this winter?
Check with your airline

On the IA cards are plans to operate additional flights on the Cochin-Agatti-Cochin sector and also flights between Chennai and Port Blair. More


Hollywood formula clicks better
BOLLYWOOD may have delivered duds this year, but Hollywood has sure had its share of hits in India. So while you had the spooky Vikram Bhatt-directed Raaz generating revenues of Rs 20 crore, Marvel comic character Spiderman grossed ... More

Mastermind shows the way
Where innumerable saas-bahu shows occupy prime-time on most television channels, it's good to see ones like BBC World's Mastermind India survive and with a lot of viewership. More


It's a tree of time
Titan has found a new way to cheer up the underprivileged this festive season. The initiative, called a `Gift a Timeless Treasure', is to collect and recycle old watches for the economically challenged. At the World of Titan showrooms across the ... More


Curtains on 10-day sports extravaganza
THE Prime Minister, Mr Atal Behari Vajpayee, while emphasising on the need to support and encourage sports in the country, said that the country was now ready to pitch for the Olympic Games. Speaking at the closing ceremony of the 32 National ... More
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