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Crafting design changes
Introducing innovations in craft design is symptomatic of change in society. The need of the hour is to go for new designs within the parameters of the traditional framework of crafts as was evident at a recent workshop on `Design innovations in craf t' held at the National Institute of Fashion Technology, writes RADHIKA RAJAMANI.
Arts & Crafts
Art of crafts
The Crafts Bazaar is the perfect destination for a slice of traditional handicrafts.
Personality
The snip-snap wizard
Javed Habib not only styles hair with panache, he also regaled all those present with wit and humour at the hair styling workshop.


Voicing concern against violence
Successful businesswoman and social activist Anu Aga spoke of her visits to rehabilitation camps in Gujarat housing the riot-hit victims of communal clashes and of the Government apathy towards the victims.
Crown for the married
Tania and Tamanna are the two entrants from the city to the Gladrags Mrs India 2003 contest to be held at Mumbai on November 23. An insight into the preparations of the contestants.
Fashion
The business of fashion
NIFT's Fashion Spectrum 2K2 provided a platform for the fashion industry and students to gain exposure about each other's area of expertise.
Cinema
Of love and crime
PRABHAS, NEPHEW of Union Minister U. Krishnam Raju, makes his debut with this film. So does Sridevi, yesteryear heroine Manjula's daughter. The young hero is tall, handsome with good physique and body language to help him stay in the industry. ...
Nothing much to talk about
LIFE IS beautiful. Kehtaa Hai Dil Baar Baar. But this film isn't, the heart says once and for all. Even if the lead character goes around for half the film with a placard saying, `life is beautiful'. Not by a long stretch, not even if your ...
Not so groovy baby
WHEN THE first Austin Powers movie came out, it swept people away on a wave of infectious fun. Mike Myers as the International Man of Mystery with the language and clothes from the swinging sixties, a forest of chest hair, standard issue ...
Music
Chords & Notes
THE ALBUM starts with Chengavi cheeralona and is followed by Pratiroju nee dhyase... both of which, being quite ordinary, are nothing to write home about. The next song, Tegutunna bandham is a sentimental one rendered by ...
Cuisine
Noodle platter
Surprise friends and family with these recipes of noodles.
Events
Flowers say it all
A festival of Ikebana, Creativity through Flowers will be held from November 19 to 23.
Floral frames
The exhibition and sale of flora art at Mystique Designs showcases objets d'art decorated with preserved flowers.

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