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Food for thought  (31 October 07:47 pm) 
At marriages, all seems to be fair in the love for food and the war to reach it
ANN V. RUTHDoctor, 28What is your most prized possession?The place I call home.If you were granted a wish, what would it be?That all that...
Burkina Faso’s leader of 27 years says he has stepped down following a wave of violent protests to his bid to seek a fifth term in power. In a statement read out on national television F...
The hearing in the case has been fixed for November 19.
Found in translation  (31 October 07:47 pm) 
Translations are opening a new chapter for Malayalam literature and readers of Malayalam. On Kerala Day on Saturday, city-based translators talk about the trend
Four central trade unions operating in the coal sector have called a strike on November 24 to protest The Coal Mines (Special) Ordinance, 2014 saying that this empowers the government to allo...
Friendship band  (31 October 07:47 pm) 
Tune into Mateo, a five-member German pop band, which sings of life, love, and nature. They perform at Senate Hall on November 1
The forgotten legacy of Makthi Thangal  (31 October 07:47 pm) 
Syed Sanaullah Makthi Thangal, one of the earliest progressive Islamic scholars of Kerala, lies buried in the ancient Juma Masjid at Calvathy
Activists and victims hoped that the Centre would, at least now, take steps to bring the guilty company to book
Birds of a feather  (31 October 07:47 pm) 
Stories of two young men, Shameer and Nikhil Anthony, who have found their calling in farming
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah decided on Friday to contest Assembly elections from Sonawar and Beerwah constituencies, instead of seeking re-election from his family’s
New twist to pasta  (31 October 07:47 pm) 
Pasta is a favourite with foodies. Here are a couple of recipes
Countdown begins for Nokia  (31 October 07:47 pm) 
Union holds meeting with management; fate of employees will be known today
The Ebook story  (31 October 07:47 pm) 
The smartphone surge with the easy access of reading apps on them and dedicated ebook readers like Amazon’s Kindle are redrawing the book market
Where are the lost greens?  (31 October 07:47 pm) 
Spread across 7,139 hectares of area, Kambalakonda Eco Tourism Park gives a picture of nature’s devastating effect
The plague chronicles  (31 October 07:47 pm) 
In 1903, the dreaded plague visited Coimbatore, and then it came again, and again
Bangalore Today: Saturday  (31 October 07:47 pm) 
Religion Bhagavad Gita Chapter 12: Discourse by Swami Adityananda, Pattabhirama Temple, 35th Cross, Jayanagar 4th T Block, 6.30 p.m. Manosaollasa: Dis...
Many-layered Muliebrity  (31 October 07:47 pm) 
Muliebrity by Sujata Bhatt. This term, from Latin, means womanhood. A feminine version of virility, if you may. Bhatt uses this unusual expression in the description of a woman involved in...
Dancing on the sea  (31 October 06:47 pm) 
Welcome aboard the world of Chennai’s leisure yachts
The eyes have it  (31 October 06:47 pm) 
I was born cross-eyed and have a squeaky voice. In those days, forty years back, my eye condition could not be corrected. I am used to being called ‘Look London See Paris’. A big thing that went
Asserting that Pakistan has been given a “befitting” reply for violating ceasefire, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said Islamabad would not dare to disturb peace at the border
Pasta, polenta and a slice of Mexico  (31 October 06:47 pm) 
The Pavilion at the Residency kicks off a food fest that combines both Italian and Mexican cuisine
An open secret  (31 October 06:47 pm) 
The Prime Minister has declared war on defecation in the open. Chennai has a long history of battling against what is euphemistically termed “public nuisance”, with the city and its Corporation
Protesting against the Union Government proposal to privatise Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) under which, Anganwadi workers serve, the Karnataka State Anganwadi Workers’ Association...
A lot’s cooking in Saibaba Colony  (31 October 06:47 pm) 
The once-quiet locality is abuzz with new eating places serving anything from American ice creams and French baguettes to kachoris and dosais