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“We cannot afford it (disinvestment programme of NDA) We oppose disinvestment of profit-making PSUs.” 
- Harkishen Singh Surjeet CPM General Secretary.

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Ban, no ban, they’ll still light up!

Metrolife spoke to a cross-section of Bangaloreans on what they think of the Union Health Ministry’s decision on smoking in public places.
 

Lasting impressions of a journey

Train journeys often form lasting relationships. Here’s a moving first person account of how an adolescent, with a fascination for army life meets a Major.
 

Myriad views on the uniform

The question of uniforms; whether the system should be followed or not evokes different responses from parents, children and school authorities.
 

Musically speaking

Prakash Sontakke, noted singer, hails from a family of musicians. His wife Chaitra, he says “enhanced his musical horizon.” The couple speaks to Metrolife.
 

An ace at painting

 

Sit back, let the planners take over

 

PEOPLE’S PROBLEMS

 

The newest restaurant in town

The Paramount Hotel offers different types of thalis, biriyanis, chicken kababs, apart from an interesting breakfast menu.
 

An extraordinary fusion

The Oberoi, promotes the gourmet pizza till May 31 apart from a wide variety of delicacies.
 

Low on fat, high on taste

To generate greater awareness about California prunes, which is a bakery ingredient and to tap the bakery and confectionery industry, a live cooking demonstration of cooking California prunes with Master chef Sanjeev Kapoor was organised recently at the Oberoi.
 

STRAIGHT TALK
Fun in learning

 

Styling those Indian tresses

Zoe Irwin, noted hairstylist speaks to Metrolife about the look of the season and what’s in and what’s out.
 

BE transformed, get trendy

Being fashionable and trendy can mean different things to different people. The BE: Transformed event was aimed at showing people how to be trendy and stylish in their own individual way.
 

Experience a new high in mall shopping

With new malls opening in Bangalore every month, there’s much to choose from for the avid shopper. And Bangalore Central, the latest one, is all ready to become the rage.
 

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