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Form meets function
Bernard Vincent of Ligne Roset talks about contemporary European furniture designs
Today's a forgotten day now
I WONDER how many recall the significance of September 29. I doubt if there'll be a significant number, even where it should be most remembered - at the Corporation of Madras. It was on September 29, 1688 that the Corporation of Madras was ...
Death of a `gentle giant!'
WHEN THE Gopalan Trophy match, a contest 50 years old this year, is played in December in Colombo and is followed by the one-day series for the Vernon Prins Trophy, that `gentle giant' of Sri Lankan cricket will not be there to give away the ...
A vanishing bit of fame
NOTING THE flattening of the heritage building in the Agri-Horticultural Society Gardens on Cathedral Road, Reader V. Theetharappan sends me a heap of material about the society he once was a long-term member of. The Annual Report of 1979 lists ...
With macrame topping the style charts, it looks like the age-old technique of surface-design is enjoying a renaissance
What's new in fashion, folks?
From a quaint little store, Fashion Folks moves to a swanky showroom
When Indipop meets film
Indipop and Hindi film soundtracks have much in common. Check out two mixed compilation albums
Relive the past at Café Mercara with bisi bela bath, bagala bath, Nilgiri korma, rajma masala, keema rice and more
Taking desi flavours abroad
Chennai-based P. Soundararajan is the first Indian chef to hold a lec-dem at the Culinary Institute of America
Catwalk to fame
WITH THE exodus of models from the ramp to the reel world, there seems to be a fresh face launched every Friday. The craze started with Aishwarya Rai and Sushmita Sen who made it on the big screen. The downpour is now evident Lara Dutta, ...
Special, no doubt
TABU HAS not had it good after "Chandni Bar". Her brush with "Hawa" was a horror, and despite the presence of Juhi Chawla and Govinda, the response to her "Aamdani Aathani, Kharcha Rupaiya" was only lukewarm. Even her role in "Filhaal" hardly ...
SALMAN KHAN is all out to prove himself. This time, it's nothing to do with his uncanny knack of landing himself in trouble. Instead, the actor is all set to prove his histrionic abilitiy. Even as his talent came to the fore in "Tere Naam," we ...
A CRICKETER and a model come together in a film that's being released on a Thursday (October 2). Flagging off their screen careers are Ajay Jadeja and Celina Jaitley in Suniel Shetty's "Khel." Sunny Deol and Suniel are the co-stars. But since ...
What's on the CARDS?
WITH THE festival season round the corner, ITC has launched its range of SOS CVI greeting cards with 68 new designs. The SOS Children's Villages of India is an independent welfare organisation providing direct and indirect care to more than two ...
Bold and beautiful
IT IS that time of the year when you love to do shop-hopping. If you are looking for designer clothes, visit Amethyst, situated at Sundar Mahal, 14, Jeypore Colony, Padmavathi Road, Gopalapuram, where an exhibition of creations by Raghavendra ...
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