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The bitter half
It's a mind game
Remaining calm and indulging in your favourite pastime is half the battle won in tackling multiple sclerosis.
India is enthusiastic about developments in music, says Leah Zakss, Music Projects Manager of British Council, who was in Bangalore recently.
Just in, here to stay
After leaving N'Sync, Justin goes solo, and how!
Mike, Michelle, and the Derby mirch masala
At the end of it, Mike had a hole in his pocket, and Michelle, just a few tenners. But the Scottish couple's brush with fame at the Bangalore Derby wasn't simply about getting the races right.
When the champ came to town
EVER SINCE she won the Wimbledon girls' doubles title with her Russian partner, Alisa Kleybanova, the young Indian tennis sensation, Sania Mirza is being flooded with greetings, incentives, and gets a tumultuous welcome, wherever she goes in the ...
Baltistan's mystery food
Balti cuisine, marked by quick-cooking and subtly-spiced curries, has an intriguing lineage. Figure it out at the ongoing food festival at Le Meridien.
Abbas to direct
THE CUDDLY cute hero of Premadesam, Abbas, will soon turn director as he is planning to direct as well as act in a film. This sudden switchover is believed to be the result of a dearth in good roles. His penchant to do quality roles ...
MADHURI DIXIT may be busy changing nappies and looking after her dear infant. But speculation is rife about her return to the tinsel world. There are rumours about her being asked to play the Radha of Mother India in a remake of the ...
IF YOU thought that Gulzar is not in the news there seems to be a reason for it. For this poet-filmmaker is busy with a serial which will shortly appear on small screen. Munshi Premchand, one of the leading names in Hindi literature, is known ...
Dry, hot, and spicy
North Karnataka eateries are making a dent in Bangalore's "South Karnataka" hold over food. While the wide variety of rottis, curries, chutneys, pickles, and powders hold a native appeal for the migrant resident, they have ethnic value for the local.
Thais conquer curry country
The Thais came and won over businessmen and ordinary consumers alike during an exhibition in the City.
The sultan of sarcasm
After a long hiatus, one of the sharpest brains in the country is coming to town with his most famous play, Mohammed bin Tughlaq.
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