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Home Eminent Columnists

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The Female Of The Species
There’s a subtle and deadly ploy being played out all over at the moment. No, I’m not talking of something as simple as the politicians and their promises. Nor am I talking of the impending 3rd great war. I’m talking of something much more dangerous. The war of subterfuge against men by women.

 

The textiles of Madhya Pradesh are a part of the rich heritage of India. The weaving, printing and colouring of textiles of Madhya Pradesh have been influenced by the bordering States of Gujarat, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Orissa, but at the same time they have developed their own distinctive style and individuality.

Question: Doctor, I am 32-years-old and have brown patches on both my cheeks since the past few years. I was diagnosed to be suffering from Melasma. I have tried various treatments and few of them really worked. But it keeps recurring. It is very annoying. Can you suggest any permanent treatment for this? - Sarojini

Question: Doctor, I find my nails very black compared to others. Kindly advice how I can make them brighter? – Kavita

The Kashmiri Shawl
It is of superior quality, soft, warm and charmingly embroidered. It is made of three types of wool: Shahtoosh, which comes from a rare Tibetan antelope, and is considered the king of wool, the Pashmina which comes from the Capra Hircus goat, and the Raffal which is spun out of marino wool. A unique position among Kashmir textiles is held by the celebrated shawl known as Pashmina shawl. Rare and different from the others is the Jamavar shawl. In this case, the threads of the warp and weft are dyed before weaving. A high-class shawl is expected to have the designs worked evenly on both sides. The Kashmiri shawls are made using two techniques: they are either loom woven (kani) or needle embroidered (sozni). The most common patterns are floral.

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Potti Sriramulu fasted for over 50 days, for achieving the State of Andhra (India), and lost his life in the process. His sacrifice became instrumental in the linguistic re-organisation of States

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