Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Sunday | February 3, 2013
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Celebrating with India
Over the years, India and Jamaica have shared a very special relationship. They are friends, if you will, and both nations have many things in common. They are linked through organisations such as the British Commonwealth of Nations and have established a track record of bilateral support and cooperation.

10 thing you didn't know about Odette Soberam-Dyer
Montego Bay businesswoman and full-time student, Odette Soberam-Dyer, spent 10 years at the now-defunct Air Jamaica where she worked as a purser. After resigning from that position in 2007, she spent the next six weeks planning what is still being described as one of the most beautiful weddings in western Jamaica. She married businessman Godfrey Dyer.

Sunscape wows party fans
Bordering parishes St James, Trelawny and St Ann maintained their 'fun-filled party capital' dominance last weekend, closing out the rest of the island, taking on the status, Jamaica's carousing central.

Jamaicans honoured for outstanding service
Atlanta's Jamaican community brought the curtains down on Jamaica's 50th Independence anniversary celebrations on Saturday, January 19, shining the spotlight on more than 30 individuals who have given stellar service in education, health, law, media, social services, business and religion.

Doctor's Advice - Toying with my best friend's husband
My best friend has just divorced her husband, a few weeks back. And he is now asking me to go to bed with him. The truth is, Doc, that I do feel sorry for him. He did not want this divorce, which was entirely at her instigation. And since it happened, he has been real distraught. He cries quite a bit. And he does not seem to be able to look after himself.

Step into Spring
As previously mentioned in Flair Magazine a few weeks back, one of the big fashion trends right now is the classic duo of black and white. Update this duo with bright pops of neon for a hip and edgy update. If neon accessories are not in your budget, add neon with nail polishes or as seen on the runways on your lips.

Pop your 'T'
Popyour'T'DIY with Natalia OhThis do-it-yourself (DIY) lace T-shirt costs less than $400 to make and took a little over an hour because I used my hand to sew.

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