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Keeping the fire burning
The gal of Asian Paints ad has shifted base to the City.
Rahul Bose is immediately identified with both theatre and Hinglish films. The success of his `English, August' gave other filmmakers courage to make English films in an Indian milieu.
Photo sensitive eyes
R.V. Subramanyam, a Bangalore-based retired accountant with a passion for photography and history, presented lecture demonstrations in Chennai recently.
JOHN SCOFIELD is a guitarist who first made it big in the '70s as a member Miles Davis's band. Scofield's affinity for jazz-rock may have both helped his induction into the Davis band and been given a fillip by this association, since that was ...
IT IS refreshing to find a restaurant that ventures to be a speciality one. Amid all the so-called "multi-cuisine" eateries, Mughul, opened four months ago, serves just that - Mughlai food. Located inside Royal Inn (adjacent to the airport ...
THOSE FAMILIAR with the gourmet cuisine at Sunny's, the upscale Euro bistro on Lavelle Road, will find the same inimitable style and impeccable taste at Sunny Objets D'Art, a new enterprise by the same partners. Barely three months old, the store ...
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