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Work and Play for Generation Y


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Generation YThe first time I met Pankaj was when he was a little over 16 years at a dinner party hosted by his parents. A trifle gawky, somewhat shy and reticent, he seemed the ‘speak when spoken to’ type of guy. Three years later, very recently in fact, I bumped into Pankaj at a mall with a pretty young thing, and could barely recognize him. Slickly gelled, streaked hair and sporting jeans that seemed on the verge of slipping down, a gleaming huge Tom Hilfiger watch on his wrist, Pankaj was a changed guy, but very much a part of the ‘branded’ ‘pierced’ and ‘tattooed’ Generation Y (which includes all those born between 1965 to 1978).
 
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ON SCREEN - Naan Avan Illai


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Naan Avan IllaiFilm: Naan Avan Illai
Starring : Jeevan, Sneha, Namita, Malavika, Keerti Chawla, Jyotirmayee
Director: Selva

Naan Avan Illai has all the makings of a breezy entertainer. With the right commercial mix of five heroines surrounding the hero and some interesting song and dance sequences, the film manages to keep you entertained till the end. It is also a film with a message, though the message is not put across in a preachy sort of way and that’s perhaps the reason why it works.

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Tale of the Parting


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Tale of the PartingJohnny Hart, the creator of B.C comics, has a cave man with a dictionary in occasional comic strips. One of the definitions given by this man, Wiley, is ‘Depart: de white line down de middle of de hair’.

When it comes to hair, the question of the parting is crucial. Often, as in the words of Shakespeare, parting can be ‘sweet sorrow’ because it is the one spot on one’s head where one is most likely to lose hair. Partings become so ingrained among one’s hair roots that a whole lot of hair seem to be committing suicide at that particular point out of sheer frustration at the monotony! Thus, while this hair suicide is on, the parting becomes broader and broader. Changing one’s parting every now and then is important to retain the narrow view of one’s scalp that is more attractive than a wide-angle one.

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Save the heritage of Naalukettu


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NaalukettuArchitecture has always represented an expression of social mores and values. It has metamorphosed yet retained a distinct regional character. The best example is the one that evolved in Kerala, decided by the local materials, climate and aesthetic values. Contemporary architectural scene reflects the synthesis of evolved architecture and the innovations in technology. However the vernacular character and subtle aesthetics of the social values are slowly succumbing to the ignorance of the present generation of nouveau rich and returning settlers from the NRI clan to the inherent strength of functional perfection, simplicity and environmentally friendly aspects of the naalukettu.

Some families are breaking down these houses because they can no longer afford to maintain them, and nobody seems willing to buy them. However this is an excellent opportunity for those with aesthetic sense, who are relocating to Kerala, to acquire a naalukettu house at very down to earth prices. However unless one lives in these houses and maintains them in good condition, it can fall in to disrepair. A suggestion for those resisting the option to sell, is to run the hose as a old age home or orphanage, and use the income thus generated to maintain the structure. Naalukettu houses, depending on its location can be purchased for anything from a few lakh rupees to within twenty five lakh rupees. So if you want to upgrade from a collector of antique furniture to an entire antique home, this is the time. After a few years there may not be any left for sale. And all the money in the world cannot reconstruct one in a tangible and authentic manner.
 
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