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All for emotions, all for home...
Madhuri Dixit is turning a new leaf. Not just with "Devdas" but also with "Kahin Na Kahin Koi Hai", a nice, heart-warming show on Sony TV that promises to take you to your soul-mate. She was in Delhi this past week on a whistle-stop trip where RANA A. SIDDIQUI caught up with her to know the latest in the life of Madhuri Dixit, enjoying every moment of bliss with her husband. Want to know what turns on the head-turner? Read on... .
Lifestyle
A spectacle of spectacles
NECESSITY IS the mother of invention goes the old adage. It all started in 1930 when the US Army Air Corps first met the makers of Bausch and Lomb and implored them that they need a protection device that would cut out the pernicious ultraviolet ...
Arts & Crafts
Intach: Keeping art intact
Hidden within the building of The Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage - better known by its acronym Intach - at Delhi's Lodi Estate isa wonderland known as the art conservation laboratory, where painted works of varying dates are b rought in for repair and restoration. ANJANA RAJAN takes a look round the lab where artistic inspiration meets the miracles of science... .
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Grand old tale, grand new touch
THE GREEN eyes in the carefully tranquil face are at once turbulent and mischievous, beautiful and bewitching. They radiate life and desire, distinctly at variance with her demeanour. Paro's - Aishwarya Rai -- deportment is imposed upon her by ...
Eating Out
Indonesia on a platter...
Though lesser known than Chinese and Thai food, Indonesian cuisine is yet another Asian delight. Apart from the popular dish Nasi Goreng, the world's largest archipelago can boast of an array of delectable delicacies. A bite at the ongoing Indones ian food fest at The Palms, The Oberoi's coffee shop can well be a discovery, says SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY... .
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A taste of Lebanon in Delhi...
Forget the parking problems. Forget the rickety cinema halls. Drive down to Connaught Place in the heart of Delhi for a hearty meal and things uplifting for your spirit at Spirit restaurant. SUMITRA SENAPATY savours the delights of Leba nese cuisine... .
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