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An extraordinary journey in a new `Andaaz'
HUMAYUN'S TOMB, one of the 23 heritage sites in India, has come alive - at a cost of Rs.3 crore thanks to the Aga Khan - with dormant fountains playing again, old forgotten wells being redug and lights illuminating the mausoleum whose ...
INDIANS ARE known to be the connoisseurs of fragrances - be it the Moghuls , the maharajas or the man in the neighbourhood pan shop. But today in the age of brand consciousness, the name of of the fragrance you are sporting has become more ...
IT WAS exactly 54 years, one month and one week ago that Mehboob Khan's "Andaz" kissed the silver screen. Its grand success continues to inspire film-makers more than 50 years later - the latest example being Raj Kunwar's "Andaaz", starring ...
FAME MAY be a fickle companion but it has forged an enduring bond with "Harry Potter", now into the second part of a proposed seven-part series. After the "Sorcerer's Stone" comes "The Chamber of Secrets". If the "Stone" worked wonderfully ...
New melodies from Mumbai...
THE MUSIC of the soon-to-be-released film, "Mumbai Se Aaya Mera Dost" may not only bring good fortune to the film but also give its hero, Abhishek Bachchan, the hit that has eluded him since his entry into Bollywood. If lyricist Sameer is to be ...
Reward for struggle, proof as well
WE HAVE been told that all the big stars had to struggle to make a name in Bollywood. But do these stars, be it Big B or Manoj Bajpai, known for their legendry struggles have any evidence to show for their efforts? Mrinal Deshraj has. During her ...
With Rafi for an icon...
"HE SINGS like Mohammad Rafi," this is the compliment Kumar Gautam, Sonepat-based 25-year-old singer gets anywhere he goes looking for a chance to showcase his skill. He is not just another singer who took two-year training and then goes gaga ...
ANJANA RAJAN speaks to Sunrita Lama who has opened a Tibetan specialty restaurant, Zakhanag, where food and philosophy make up a wholesome combination... .
Flavours and fragrances from Mediterranean shores
Tahini and hummus, paella and pita bread, olives, cheese and wines - all these and more gourmet delights from the Mediterranean coast are on offer at Blooms. SUMITRA SENAPATY recommends some delectable combinations... .
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