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Khadi has traversed a long distance since its inception by Mahatma Gandhi as an indigenous fabric. Today, khadi designer outfits, catering to the latest fashion demands, are up for grabs. Take a dekko with MADHUR TANKHA at a modern khadi showroom, wh ich has just opened its shutters in the Capital...
Cool summerwear for hot climes
WITH THE meteorological department almost daily recording temperature of Delhi close to 39 degree celcius, the Capital denizens are no doubt keen as mustard to get clothes, which are ideal to beat the blazing heat. But why worry when there are ...
Giving the finishing touch
WITH ASPIRING youngsters to match the raving success of many an Indian in the glamorous world of high fashion and beauty, what more is the need of the hour than to encash upon the very will to excel? Sensing it, two friends-turned-business ...
FOR SUDHA Gupta, the chairperson of the Mother's Pride chain of three pre-nursery schools in West Delhi, achievements speak louder than words. Her relaxed efficiency at the helm of this premier institution, which she launched in 1996, camouflages ...
The boy next-door grows up
Tusshar Kapoor did not get a fair Press when his debut film "Mujhe Kuch Kehna Hai" hit the silver screen last year. It did not matter. The film was a hit. Now Tusshar is back with "Kyaa Dil Ne Kaha". RANA A. SIDDIQUI catches up with the unassuming young man poised for better things... .
President K. R. Narayanan may be set to move out of Rashtrapati Bhavan, but the portrait painted by Sanjay Bhattacharya will ensure that visitors to the Banquet Hall, at least, will never know he's gone. AJIT KUMAR DUTTA admires the painting and poin ts out the lovingly detailed care taken in putting it together...
Though great hype preceded the release of three films on Bhagat Singh, the films have failed to live up to the expectations, There have been glaring historical inaccuracies with some objectionable omissions and additions. ZIYA US SALAM reveals a few of them here... .
Two Bangkok raised Indian sisters fly in Thai chefs to offer Oriental delicacies to Delhiites eager for exotic food, willing to pay. SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY finds out what's on the table... .
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