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Turmeric has always occupied a prominent place for its medicinal and fragrant properties.
With the Bally Sagoo tour, ground promotions for the Yash Chopra flick Mujhse Dosti Karoge and several other high points in their career, the young twosome from the twin cities are doing the city proud with their events.
With the wedding season around, it is time to look gorgeous when tying the knot. Here is a bride's quick guide for the D-Day.
`Bend it like Beckham', the film about a football-crazy Indian teenager in Britain, has emerged as a surprise success here. At least part of the reason is its evocative and catchy soundtrack.
Karaikudi Ramanatha Mani is the quintessential south Indian classical musician, but his association with western music makes him an artiste with universal appeal.
The Hub, situated at Panjagutta, offers tantalising fare for everyone.
Lazzat-e-Dakan-e-Awad, a food festival at the Jewel of Nizam in Hotel Golkonda showcases some of the rare Nawabi delicacies.
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