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Rocking to the top
A dekko at the digital world
If you are on a shoestring budget and want to own a computer, Chenoy Trade Centre in Parklane, Secunderabad, is the place for you.
Where are your angels?
Trying to relax and concentrate only on your food and conversation, while children run in circles around the tables in a restaurant is the last thing you want to encounter on a weekend. Parents can follow these simple rules to make dining a pleasurab le experience for all.
Natural and minimalist make-up is the mantra if you want to look stunning even in the downpour.
A `dash' of nutritional sense
Sign up to the DASH plan which is meant for everyone, regardless of whether one has blood pressure or not.
For a Ravi Varma at home
Never mind if you can't have an original Ravi Varma. Here is a chance to acquire prints of the celebrated painter. An exhibition-cum-sale of antique prints of the artist is being held at Minaaz Art Gallery from today till June 22.
Strokes on silk
Though his art on silk helps designers win laurels in the country and abroad, Shyam Thambi Dorai remains the unsung `faceless' artisan. A dekko at his priceless work.
Building worlds from images
Jamila Nishat's nonconformist poetry has quite often, been denied a place in Urdu mainstream literary circles. She however, looks forward to the release of her latest collection - `Lamhe ki Aankh' in Hyderabad.
The look for `Boom' has been designed by some of the hottest names in the fashion industry.
Delicate sound of thunder
Kaizad Gustad's `Boom' promises to be a heady cocktail of hi-fashion and low crime.
`American Desi' makes `videshi' music
U.S.-based Aalok Mehta is star, composer and singer of the coming-of-age comedy `American Chai' that opens its Indian run on June 20. A peek at his soon-to-be-released album `Technicolour'.
The culture of food and service
`Atithi devo bhava' is the concept at Annalakshmi restaurant. It offers the guest not just wholesome food but a cultural experience as well.
Ever tried eating a dosa with olives, jalapenos, mushrooms, salsa or kheema stuffing? Do it now at `Encounters', Hotel Taj Krishna, where a dosa promotion is currently on.
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