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Monday, March 17, 2003
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IT NEEDS no repeating that the heat and grime of a polluted city like Delhi takes a toll on our skin. Coupled with toxic agents like benzene and carbon monoxide unleashed by innumerable vehicles, we all know that the exposed skin badly needs ...
Safe, secure and colourful... a herbal Holi
WITH HOLI round the corner, the bazaar is abuzz with not only traditional items associated with the annual festival of colours like pichkaris, gulals and the like but many other products specially rolled out for the occasion. Well, no point ...
ONE COULD have mistaken the silence at Rabindra Bhawan to be the defining feature of a yoga centre had the language of art and symbolism not prevailed. Even a whirlwind tour wouldn't convinced you otherwise for the art and craft on display here ...
EVER HAD a fractured leg or a hand in life? If yes, then, never should one ask you to relive the trauma of getting into your clothes or changing them daily, is not it? With a fat cast draped around the fractured area, it is understandable that ...
RUCHITA PURI, a Canadian filmmaker of Indian origin, recently presented her first film, a documentary, "The Maharani's Brick" at an event supported by the Canadian High Commission and The Oberoi, New Delhi. Not professionally trained in the ...
THE SONGS of this cassette - which convey best wishes to the Indian eleven to win the World Cup - if heard by Indian skipper, Saurav Ganguly and his boys would certainly pump adrenalin into their veins. The motivational songs remind the ...
Experiencing the teppanyaki style of Japanese cuisine, SUMITRA SENAPATY is reminded that food service is a form of theatre. As onion volcanoes emit flames, ingredients fly and utensils clang. There is an element of unpredictability in every take... .
IT WAS a moment to rejoice and enjoy the evening after many hours of hectic work as representatives of various amusement parks got together at New Delhi's Appu Ghar's Oysters. Indian Association of Amusement Parks and Industries (IAAPI) - ...
THIS BATTLE for the all-powerful ring just got deadlier. Yes, the "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" takes over where "The Fellowship" left off. There is just one difference. The Fellowship is now divided, Gandalf is said to be ...
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