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Do a Husain on your kitchen
A breach of Netiquette can have unforeseen and, sometimes, amusing, consequences.
If you want to make an original statement with your sari or salwar kameez set, there is a colourful option.
Hitesh Mehta's concert on April 20 will bring back Hindi film melodies from the yesteryear.
M.S. Sathyu is back in the news. This time for his first English Play, Emil's Enemies, that will be staged today in the City.
The City has been seeing an increase in visiting jazz bands. The latest one was from Germany.
Music directors are trying out variations. The music for Haasil is a case in point.
There is no substitute for hard work. B.R. Meenakshi is among those few sportspersons, who take the adage seriously. This determined shuttler, who is No. 2 woman player in the country, wants to break into the big league of world badminton.
Trees such as neem and odayam are ideal for summer.
The annual urs at the dargah of Tawakkal Mastan in Cottonpet begins on April 22. The place of worship has an interesting history that reflects the essentially secular nature of our culture.
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