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JUST ABOUT every budding singer wants to make a mark in Bollywood, but for talent to flower into a successful career a certain amount of luck is necessary to act as a catalyst. Young playback singers Shweta and Shraddha Pandit are two sisters ...
THE MOGHULS were great gourmets with a whole army of cooks, whose descendants can still be found in the gallie named after them in the Matia Mahal locality of Delhi's Jama Masjid. This gallie of bawarchis is always smelling of tasty khana that is ...
A FEW years back, jewellery meant shining gold, silver and diamonds. There was no jewellery-designing concept. Jewellers themselves would carve designs on them. But late eighties and early nineties suddenly saw a spate of jewellery designers ...
Kanthi Tripathi is no stranger to the pen. She has written short stories and plays, and hers is a familiar by-line on articles about international trade. But as Stage Buzz prepares to translate one of her plays into a stage production for the fi rst time, the seasoned bureaucrat is bracing for a debut, says ANJANA RAJAN... .
WINTER NEED not smother your style. In fact the season offers the best opportunity to stay tuned with the latest and enjoy the comfort of warm clothing. There is Rage which has come up with an exclusive range for women. And for men there is a ...
AFTER A rather staid Ramzan when the Bollywood bigwigs shied away from the silver screen, the prayers of cinemagoers have been answered. With "Rishtey", "Karz", "Red Dragon" and "The Phantom Mummy" releasing, this is a week of choice for ...
From business studies to martial arts, from in-flight music to chartbusting pop albums, Jawahar Wattal has not left many stones unturned. And what luck, they all turn into gemstones! SANJEEV CHOUDHARY chats with the kingmaker of Indipop... .
CENTRAL ASIA, Turkey and Iran are known as the major schools of carpet selling and weaving. Moghul Emperor Akbar also brought Persian weavers to train political prisoners lodged in Agra, Bikaner, Jaipur, Gwalior and other jails and initiated The ...
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