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`Katha' to `Freaky Chakra'... the cycle goes on
IT SEEMS as if lots of foreign interiors are paving their smooth way to India and the interior designers are fast cashing on it too. There have been many foreign interior decorators who visited the country last year. Espania - opened a year ...
INDIA HAS long been a land where jewellery plays a prime role in a woman's life. Today, as globalisation and increasing commercialisation overtake every aspect of existence, it is not surprising that the jewellery business is swinging with the ...
A MAD chase, inside a labyrinth of lanes and by-lanes, on the railway track - between two trains, in a bazaar, causing a severe skid of a motorcycle rider, fall of vegetables and crumbling of papad. One has finally nabbed the other, in 45 ...
NESTLED IN the `vintage-selling' street of Ballimaran area in Delhi's Chandni Chowk, passing through buyers of cloth, rexene and footwear of various hues and kinds, is the historic Haveli Hisamuddin where one can undoubtedly get the country's ...
Bangkok street food, Delhi address...
With curtains up on their third venue for authentic Thai street food in New Delhi this past week, Bangkok-raised siblings Ning and Ko's menu list includes dishes for those who savour Thai food and who have never tried the fare before, says SUMIT RA SENAPATY... .
For Louise Fitzgerald and Celia Meiras who play the title roles of "Hannah and Hanna" presented by the British Council in New Delhi this past week, it was just another chapter in a journey of discoveries - for the artistes, for Indian au diences, and people everywhere who need to shed their preconceived notions and recognise their own potential, finds ANJANA RAJAN, meeting the actresses on stage and off... .
THERE ARE those who lament that Indian culture is fading away under the onslaught of westernisation. There are also those who do something about it. Many organisations that work in the field of classical arts and literature count among these, and ...
John Abraham did not expect the adulation that has greeted his debut film, "Jism". An emotional guy who can get hurt easily, he is poised for a fine innings in Bollywood. RANA A. SIDDIQUI reveals the mind of the "Jism" man... .
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