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Trailing the Brainfever Bird...
THE GENRE of calendar art is perhaps one pitch which has received the slightest attention in the Indian art's state of affairs for reasons handful but often set aside. So, when Britain-based miniaturists, Amrit and Rabindra Kaur Singh came out ...
Words from Paradise...
Writing on Kashmir? Writing on Pakistan-sponsored cross-border terrorism? Well, one can write on Kashmir without devoting much space to bombs and bullets. Shobha Koul proves it in her just-released "The Tiger Ladies: A Memoir of Kashmir", say s OM GUPTA... .
SALMAN RUSHDIE'S "Midnight's Children" has found its way into the bestsellers fiction. Paulo Coelho, Jeffrey Archer and Anurag Mathur's fiction books continue to do well. Jeffrey A. Krames's "The Welch Way" is still among the top ten in the ...
Labouring for the cause of Dalits
Her name may not yet drool off everybody's lips but Dalit writer Bama is here to stay, writing bravely about the things few dare or write. <145,4>SUCHITRA BEHAL speaks to the upcoming writer... .
Of humane verdicts
K. Narayana Kurup, former judge of the Kerala High Court, has been behind some recent landmark judgements, including those related to the ban on smoking in public places and cruelty to animals.
HAVE YOU been bored by the monotony of watching celebration of fashion on the ramp? If your answer is in the affirmative then the Oriflame Fashion Show held this past week at New Delhi's ITC Maurya Sheraton might have been a slight deviation as ...
Om Shanti, a charity event by designers and artists, represents a new chapter in the trend of creating luxury products for the wealthy with the aim of making life comfortable for the less privileged. MADHUR TANKHA takes a look... .
FELICITATION TIME for police - not at India Gate on the Republic Day but in India Habitat Centre's main auditorium. The Home Minister, not L K Advani, but a much seen, yet not remembered face on the small screen, is on the dais. Digmanshu ...
JJI Exile Brothers. They are as good and refreshing as any nice, modern band. Similar aspirations, similar spirit. Only thing is they are a band in exile, finding a home in India, away from t he native Tibet. ANJANA RAJAN, just back f rom McLeodganj, speaks to the men who create tender music of love, not anguish... .
AN INVITATION to meet over a meal takes eminent Kathak exponent Uma Sharma by surprise. The restaurant, Lazeez Affaire on Malcha Marg, is not one she has heard of, though the shopping centre where it is located is a familiar landmark. Arriving ...
HERE IS Rushhour, a restaurant opened recently at Connaught Place that is celebrating `Howzatt!!' The World Cup Fest till March 23. With non-stop live cricket on wide screen projection it features international cuisines complemented with predict ...
Proud to be Punjabi. That's the well-heeled Punjabi community of the Capital, a community with established business interests, its own way of living, its own burial ground, says <145,4>VIVEK SHUKLA....
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