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A very smart intruder!
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A very smart intruder!

By Dr. K. Javeed Nayeem, MD My last article for the special issue of SOM about two very funny and embarrassing situations in my life drew many responses from readers who felt that I should share some more such comic experiences with them. Although I do have many such real life anecdotes which are interesting…

Pet talk: March 3
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Pet talk: March 3

By Maneka Gandhi In this week’s Pet Talk, explaining as to how harmful is it to use regular human shampoo on dogs, Maneka says: “Regular human shampoo should not be used on dogs, because the pH levels of the skin differ, and it can be too harsh for the skin. Dog shampoo is formulated for…

BRAHMA KUMARIS: 80th anniversary at Mount Abu
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BRAHMA KUMARIS: 80th anniversary at Mount Abu

By K. Vijaya Kumar, Former Jt. Director of Information & Publicity. The 15-Day Golden Jubilee Celebrations of Brahma Kumaris Organisation of Mysore Sub Zone, organised at Maharaja College Grounds in city, which will conclude this evening, took my memory back to 50 years when Mysore Centre was started in 1966 by a young Brahma Kumari…

A report on the Night of Shiva
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A report on the Night of Shiva

I have always wondered what happens on Shivaratri…do people actually pray at temples all night long? Do people fast? Do people feel a sense of spirituality? And are the whispers that some people sit around playing cards and getting high true? Also what happens in our city on the night of Shiva? Is it crowded?…

Pet talk: February 22
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Pet talk: February 22

By Maneka Gandhi Maneka, in this week’s Pet Talk, explains why it is not safe to give paracetamol to a dog? Why dog’s gums turn black? Why a dog pass blood in his urine? Why does a dog eat mulch? And also gives tips to treat dry skin of cats and mange on a cat…

Bhagyanagar to Hyderabad
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Bhagyanagar to Hyderabad

By Prof. A.V. Narasimha Murthy, former Head, Department of Ancient History & Archaeology, University of Mysore Numismatists (specialists in ancient coin research) all over South India are congregating at Hyderabad on 18th and 19th February 2017. It was originally called Bhagyanagar but now it is Hyderabad. The occasion is the 27th Annual Conference of South…

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