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Catwalk... from ramps to films
EVERY YEAR Guru Nanak's birthday sees Delhi celebrating a second Diwali, with illuminations and crackers making it a lively evening and night, after a day of processions and langars. There are a number of places associated with the Sikh Gurus in ...
THE RETAIL store K's Mall - situated at New Delhi's Karol Bagh - had a bridal show, titled, `Mangalam', this past week. In collaboration with hair stylist, Javed Habib, the one-hour show presented bridal trousseau, bridal make-up and bridal ...
Balwant Gargi was at home across the world but his roots remained in Punjab and his heart in Delhi. UMA VASUDEV pays tribute to the playwright and author who passed away recently... .
CUTE, VYUTE with loads of energy, shenergy. Bollywood's newest buddy...Shahid Kapur opens up like a child who's looking for candy and found chocolate. An absolute happy-go-lucky guy, he says "everything keeps falling in place for me, ...
WITH THE summer sun and dusty winds joining hands to wreak havoc on even the hardiest specimens of drying laundry, what chance does human skin stand? Patches, tanned skin, pimples - everything seems to get aggravated into a burning issue. So ...
THIS SUMMER keep your morality at home. If you do venture out to watch "Andaaz" this season, it might just result in blisters. But if you don't mind the heat, prepare to melt in front of the silver screen, as in this beauty sweepstakes Miss ...
Unreeling the real story
ANUJ KUMAR speaks to Suhaib Ilyasi, the man before whom fame and notoriety, fact and fiction seem strangely to intermingle... .
Who says melons, salads and ice creams are the end-all of summer foods? <145,4>SUMITRA SENAPATY discovers summer cuisine at New Delhi's Maurya Sheraton... .
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