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Bounce Style Lounge takes the way you wear your hair to a whole new level with well-trained stylists who can work magic with a snip of their scissors and high-end hair products that keep your hair looking its best. There is something about being on the threshold of a new year that calls out to

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Jack Canfield, American motivational speaker and author, who is best known for the ‘Chicken Soup for the Soul’ series of books is going to be in India in mid-April. He is scheduled to conduct workshops and promises to bring to life his book ‘The Success Principles: How to Get From Where You Are to Where

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It is summertime and the choice of tipple is obviously beer. For Bangaloreans of course, beer has been a perennial favourite, with United Breweries located here. We could inhale the aromas as we walked past the brewery on Grant Road; it shifted to the outskirts quite sometime ago and in its place stands the plush

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When it comes to cooking, a simple stove will no longer do. While on the higher end of technology, convection cooking is making inroads into home kitchens; a chef at a five star hotel has gone back to the stone ages. Chef Arzooman Irani has managed to get a humungous hunk of Pink Himalayan salt

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Comedy Central is here on Indian television and proves my belief that sometimes the universe seems to grant our wishes. Finally we have laughter on tap for adults, 24×7. It is not exactly brimming with fresh content but we are lapping up re-runs of old favourites like Sienfeld, The Wonder Years and That `70s Show.

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Sunday saw Bangaloreans through some serious head banging as Kingfisher presented the Summer Storm 2012 at Palace Grounds. Coming in all the way from Sweden, metal giants Opeth were back in the country on their second visit and they set the city on fire. Kingfisher Premium has been instrumental in introducing Indian audiences to some

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Each morning buses pick up children in Bangalore and take them to a beautiful modern school where they have breakfast and start their lessons. They break for lunch in between and after school, they get a glass of milk before they are dropped home. The campus is vast, with playgrounds, laboratories, art, music alongside maths,

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On a lazy Sunday morning, onlookers did a double take when Soul Chai, a brand new women’s group in Bangalore kicked off their first event, a treasure hunt, to the loud whoops of a group of 50 women gathered at the Barton Centre. Girls like to have fun, and how! The next two hours saw

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We couldn’t say that we weren’t warned; bold letters told us ‘do not come expecting a play!’ Sure enough, Chennai based entertainment company Evam’s ‘Chasing my Mamet Duck’ was nothing like a conventional theatre production. First off, we were ushered into Zone A which had a carnival-like atmosphere – cheerful voices hailed out from different

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Returning home from a dinner at a friend’s home, the last thought that struck me as I drifted off to sleep was that the evening had been unusual. All the guests spoke to each other in the local language of the state, Kannada. The very fact that this happenstance struck me as unusual is remarkable

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