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He has probably made a career out of imitation. But Shekhar Suman is neither stopping nor stooping. He is simply Shekhar, absolutely unapologetic about imitating popular political leaders. Now making a comeback to films with "Chor Machaaye Shor", he is hopeful of a better innings this time, says RANA A. SIDDIQUI... .
Fiction, not fictional history...
He gave up IIT to become a creative writer and ended up as an IRS officer in 1973. He penned his first novel at the age of 10, yet produced his maiden book in print only in 1996. SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY speaks to writer-bureaucrat Mandeep Rai who reveals something about his book and literary plans... .
When it comes to designer wear, most customers take it as clothing meant for the elite. Beauty queen Ruchi Malhotra and her hubby Rajiv Makhni set out to wipe this general perception with their One Collection in Delhi....
Young but not careless, fun-loving but not flippant, Anoushka Shankar is her father's daughter and herself besides, discovers ANJANA RAJAN... .
EAT AND drink like fighting cocks. Incredible but this is exactly what Jayaram Banan, owner of Sagar chain of restaurants, was telling his esteemed guests, who had gathered over the launch of a swanky bar at his Swagath restaurant in South Delhi. ...
If you are a bibliophile or dabble with paints and brushes, Pragati Maidan is the place to be at this week, with the Delhi Book Fair, Sajawat and Stationery Fair simultaneously on, says MADHUR TANKHA...
YEAR AFTER year little children, many of them still not into primary school, go to the President and the Prime Minister of India to tie a rakhi on their weather-beaten wrist. This year too it was the same with President APJ Abdul Kalam being paid ...
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