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WITH HEALTH care treatment and medicines becoming expensive every day, the hardest hit are the poor and the downtrodden. However, eminent cardiologist, Dr. R.N. Kalra, has been giving his expertise without charging a penny to those reeling under ...
Stepping beyond the shadow of men, women writers are revealing it all these days. ANJANA RAJAN speaks to four of them at the U.K.-South Asian Women Writers' Conference now on in Delhi under the aegis of the British Council.
GONE ARE the days when April meant spring in Delhi. As winter is in low ebb now, it is time to get attired in bright, colourful outfits signifying the month of spring before the atrocious and grimy city summer takes over. Sensing the feel in ...
Only for the fashionable man, please
YOU MAY have been overcome with boredom hearing about male designers famous for churning out top of the line women wear and nothing worthwhile for men. Just when you are convinced that men are that neglected species reduced to obscurity in the ...
A lesson on the road....
Delhi does many things to many people. It desensitises them to the plight of the poor and the needy. It makes many short-tempered and vulnerable. Yet, it was not always like that. Delhi has changed but we have to keep our values going, says A.P.S. MA LHOTRA... .
CHOOSING TO dine out with Pandit Ravi Shankar and his family at Masala Art, Taj Palace Hotel's classy restaurant that prides itself on serving "delectable traditional dishes with a contemporary twist" seems to have been an appropriate choice. The ...
Trade fairs across the world came about due to man's basic instinct to mingle. Over the years, the focus has shifted to show off professionalism and factors restricted to particular regions. A.P. Salve discusses all these in his maiden book, "History of Fairs & Exhibitions", says SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY....
Giving `Khushi' to her fans
THOUGH KAREENA Kapoor hasn't got much `khushi' from her recently released, "Khushi", she made cinema buffs literally eat out of her hands. Just a day after the Valentine's Day, the Bollywood actress was a bundle of joy at New Delhi's Satyam ...
Mahesh Dattani is creating ripples. And not just in the world of theatre. Have a look at "Mango Souffle", a celluloid `metrosexual love story'. DIWAN SINGH BAJELI speaks to the versatile artiste now wowing cinemagoers with a very urban offering... .
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