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Crossing borders with fragrance of love
GOOD BOOKS always make it back to the bookshelves. This week John Grisham's "King Of Torts" - priced at Rs.225 - has once again made it to the number one position in the fiction category. Allan Pease, Robert Greene and David Bristow Bovey ...
IS NEW Delhi witnessing a fall in cinemagoers belonging to an average class? Are they happy watching new films on home cable television within a few days of their release in cinema halls? Or soap operas keep them away from cinema halls? Is it ...
Single and ready to mingle
AFTER GRACY Singh's debut in "Lagaan" another Delhi girl is kissing the silver screen. But unlike Gracy, Mallika Sherawat will be portraying a no-holds-barred character of an urban girl, who knows where to draw the line in a relationship and how ...
The whole of India is about to experience a sun-storm! Gone will be the days of frequent power breakdown, non-functioning traffic signals and chaos on the road. All thanks to solar energy, solar light. RANA A. SIDDIQUI speaks to Indrajit Das Gupta, the sunshine man... .
Of guts and gumption
WHERE THERE is a will, there is a way. This was proved recently, once again when Puran Singh, 25, received the Red and White Bravery Award at the 11th Red and White Bravery Award in New Delhi this past week. Does not sound very convincing ...
Small is smarter
WITH COMPUTERS getting smaller and smaller, means of communication getting faster, everybody in a hurry and `global' being the byword for everything from food to finances, many of us have begun to take advances in science and technology for ...
FOR THOSE planning to invest in a trousseau this marriage season, Manav Gangwani, the new fashion atelier in the upmarket 1MG road on the Mehrauli Gurgaon Road is worth a try. The store with an international appeal houses the creations of Delhi's ...
Brides of spring...
THERE WAS a popular Western pop song that went "Spring time love is in the air, flowers flowing everywhere." These lyrics must have acted as adrenalin for the designer duo, Ashima and Leena Singh while displaying their Brides of Spring-2003 ...
HE IS surprisingly soft spoken, Harbhajan Mann of Haaye Meri Billo and Oye Hoye fame. Over lunch at Le Meridien's Pakwan he gets rather emotional when he talks about Punjab and shares the pain of separation with parents, whose children have gone ...
Ringing in the Easter
THE WEATHER may be heating up real fast, but don't despair, there's a treat round the corner. Yes, it is Easter this Sunday and there's plenty of eating besides overdosing on eggs and hot cross buns. As with Christmas, many traditions have ...
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