Online edition of India's National Newspaper
Tuesday, September 17, 2002
Metro Plus Hyderabad|
Published on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays
Break the rod, spare the child
A striking array of bandhinis and Rajkot patolas from the Vanzas of Jamnagar at `also' boutique till September 18 is worth a look.
As the winter approaches, seams represent high points in design. With a potential to upgrade your wardrobe overnight, seams have the potential of adding contour - vertical or horizontal - and creating a simple-yet-sophisticated look.
YET ANOTHER love story, this time trying to discuss whether the boy and girl can have love for each other in the face of difficult situations too. Like most of the films these days, this one also starts off in a college campus with students ...
THERE IS something about the railways and falling in love in cinema. And Joruga Husharuga uses this dependable formula to introduce the lead pair. Rahul is on a train when he notices Kanchana travelling in another train in the opposite ...
Simple story, simply told
RIDING ON a major controversy comes Ek Chhotisi Love Story, a beautiful tale of a man, actually a boy, falling in love with a girl, actually a woman. With liberal borrowing from Summer of '42 and loosely based on a Polish ...
THE FILM takes off from a police station where a lady police officer happens to watch two men spying on the station. Another police officer Gazan Khan arrives at the scene and arrests the two guys. The next scene has a villain-quartet ...
The chefs of the Taj group of hotels won awards for displaying their culinary skills.
Here is a plant that survives indoors. Its creamish white flowers in clusters catch one's eye immediately.
Joining Microsoft was an important step in Srini Koppolu's career. After `Windows' and `Office', he is now playing the role of an organisational leader motivating talented people in developing products.
Read City News
Metro Plus Chennai Hyderabad
See the earlier stories
Lead | Life Style | Fashion | Music | Personality | Eating Out | Madras Miscellany | Issues | Arts & Crafts | Information Technology | Shopping | Heritage | Miscellany |
News: Front Page | National | Southern States | Other States | International | Opinion | Business | Sport | Miscellaneous | Index | Features: Magazine | Literary Review | Life | Metro Plus | Open Page | Education | Book Review | Business | SciTech | Entertainment | Young World | Quest | Folio |
Comments to : email@example.com Copyright © 2002, The Hindu