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Monday, January 13, 2003
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On top of the world... once more
WITH FROSTY winter engulfing the Capital, Delhiites have no second thoughts about going in for a big purchase of woollen clothes. Whether it is the bustling crowd of New Delhi's Janpath, which goes gung-ho over clothes, which are available at ...
For lovelies to fare lovely
GONE ARE the days when only one or two companies could tell women how to be fair, lovely and lively while maintaining their substance, and the only toiletries aimed at men were razor blades and shaving creams. Today foreign cosmetics ...
This past week, the Grand Old Man of Art, B.C. Sanyal breathed his last. AJIT KUMAR DUTTA pays a tribute... .
Women directors from across Asia got together for the Poorva Festival organised in New Delhi this past week. Apart from stage presentations on a range of themes, GOWRI RAMNARAYAN found they were game for feisty discussions and lusty criticism... .
THOUGH SONGS of the film, "Tujhe Meri Kasam" are average, they don't jell with the film's cast of debutants Ritesh Deshmukh and Gelenia. Though Udit Narayan sings his usual flamboyant self his voice would have suited some older actor. Sonu Nigam ...
Jawahar Wattal's tunes breathe life. Sitting at New Delhi's Oxygen restaurant, he reveals that after `Tulsi Ramayana' he is working on the `Mahabharata'. SANJEEV CHOUDHARY speaks to the talented artiste... .
CLAIMED TO be the one-stop solution to all home and building requirements, Arcus store is a likely destination if you are looking to set up a dream home. Located at Gurgaon, a stone's throw from Delhi, the store was conceptualised two years ago. ...
THIS FILM with a mouthful of a title is actually a hand-to-mouth delight. And makes one wonder if it has been made keeping popcorn economics under consideration! As you see this slow moving, often meandering film with many a listless song, ...
Fun film, fun time
IT WAS an exhilarating time for 800-strong crowd of children from a Delhi orphanage this past week when the recently released kids film "Makdee" had its curtains up specially for them at the posh PVR Priya cinema. A fun-filled film, which very ...
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