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"No, no, no! Give my toy back to me," "Why are you writing with my pencil?" or "No, you can't have it!" We often hear our children shout and scream as they grab their toys from their playmates.


Let Them Eat Cake
Vijaylakshmi Barua
"Let them eat cake" Marie Antoinette is supposed to have made this comment in response to the demands for bread by peasants to fill their hungry stomachs.
Voice of Rustic Tune
Shibdas Bhattacharjee
Iconic classical and playback singer Kattassery Joseph Yesudas, popularly known as KJ Yesudas turned 73 on January 10.


Rose Millian Bathew - A symbol of Indian womanhood
Sameer Sohliya
People often describe female personalities with extraordinary qualities as women of substance. But here is a woman with intrinsic worth who can easily redefine the term. This writer is not flattering this octogenarian lady because the feathers in her hat will approve the impeccable adjectives that he wanted to identify her with. The woman is Rose Millian Bathew Kharbuli, the first woman Chairperson of the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) who hails from Shillong.
Hemanta Kumar Sarmah
Q. My house is almost nearing completion. Can you suggest the ideal layout for the bathroom? Mrs R Baruah, via e-mail.
Ajai Bhambi
Moon trine Venus on your solar return chart indicates a good year. Long term strategy drawn during this period can yield wonderful results.
Make-Up Trends for Spring/Summer 2013
Dr Blossom Kochhar
1. Red Lips-If there is one word that majorly describes the trend for spring 2013 , then that is red lips! From velvety scarlets, bold corals to vibrant fuchsia, the only way to wear bright lips is in the matte form.
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