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Monday, July 15, 2002
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The Shylock act
Major players such as the Pizza Hut, Pizza Corner and Domino's have not entered the fray, yet the city has its fair share of pizza providers.
Pearls are a symbol of purity and a lifetime investment.
If your like golden corn, try out these recipes.
Celebrating the150th anniversary of Indian Railways, the AFTA and FILCA present here on July 21 a festival of film classics set against the background of the rail.
INDIA IS going `mobile' at a frantic pace: the latest figures released by the Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) shows that just under seven million Indians now possess mobile devices which allow them to do their telephony `on the ...
Israeli movies were, till recently, out of bounds for film buffs in India. TIFF-2002 provides a golden opportunity to view the classics from the `promised land'.
Theatre of transformation
The APTIST will stage `Larva', which has been inspired by `Macbeth', in the city on July 20.
Chords & Notes
M. M. KREEM'S music will remind you of A.R. Rahman compositions. Right from his debut album, Kreem has modelled his songs on Rahman's. Recall the Kreem number, Tum Mile, Dil Khile, from `Criminal'. `Sur', Kreem's latest offering, ...
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