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NATURE’S BEST KEPT SECRET
Set amidst the breathtaking natural beauty of Wayanad, Vythiri Village creates an astonishing experience by providing with responsible 5-star luxuries. Whether for a family vacation, corporate off-site or a romantic getaway for couples, Vythiri Village is an ideal destination for every occasion. In the beautiful...
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SENSE OF DEVOTION & DEDICATION
How did your dance career start? I was born and brought up in a small town in Namakkal. From a small age, my legs wouldn’t stay in one place and my feet used to tap on random beats. I started learning Bharatanatyam from the age...
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JOSH SQUASH
When and how did you realise that this is what you want to do? I was almost 10 years old when I realised that I wanted to play Squash professionally. I think a big part of it was that I didn’t want to go to...
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THE NEW FACE OF RAP
This young boy, who dropped out of college to make music, is now being pitted to break away Malayalam rap from the margins and making it mainstream. Vishnu MS known as Thirumali is a popular rapper, songwriter and actor from Kerala. Not too long ago,...
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THE DRIVE
Gordon Murray T.33 Unveiled   British supercar firm, Gordon Murray Automotive, has revealed its second car, the T.33. It is built on an all-new carbon-aluminium monocoque chassis - and unlike the T50, the T.33 features two seats, making it more practical. The engine is Cosworth-designed...
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THE DRIVE
2022 Skoda Kodiaq Facelift Launched at `34.99 Lakh     Skoda has begun the new year with the launch of the Kodiaq facelift. Earlier, the car was discontinued since it did not meet BS6 norms and it’s been a long wait now. Available in Style,...
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THE DRIVE
Toyota Hilux Coming to India Without much hooplah, Toyota dealerships in India have quietly started to accept bookings for the Hilux pick-up truck, with a booking amount starting from as little as `50,000. We’re expecting the macho pick-up truck to be launched in January 2022....
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TAKING WESTERN CLASSICAL TO THE MASSES
A couple of decades back, the violin was the only western string instrument known to the average music enthusiast in Kerala. Today, they are familiar with the term ‘quintet’ and also ‘bigger violins’ if not the names viola or cello. All thanks to a band...
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“IT WASN’ T ME WHO CHOSE THE ARTS; I WAS ALREADY CHOSEN BY IT”
A stimulating environment at home contributed to my interest in the arts: Growing up, Vasuki Vaibhav was more often than not, surrounded by talks of films, music, costumes and theatre. And why not? His late father Jayaram was a well-known theatre person himself and so...
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SPIZE IT UP
November was an exciting month! It was raining weddings on one side and continuously pouring and flooding in Chennai city. It was quite a taxing time for us Wedding Planners. We had to cope up with the weather and make sure we deliver a seamless...
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