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The 20-year-old Yukta Mookhey was crowned `Miss World-1999' at a glittering ceremony at the Olympia theatre in London. She won a dazzling tiara, a year of travel around the world, a lot of gifts and prize money worth $100,000. Yukta graced ...
Macramé, the art of decorative knotting, is enjoying a revival.
Tune in to All India Radio for your favourite pop song.
The 'Fuzon' layer
It started with the late Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. Haider Ali and Xenia followed the leader. Now, "songs from Pakistan" are in the air and India is all ears. Pakistani bands have always betrayed strong rock influences (Xenia and Nusrat are the ...
The city tunes up to Dandiya beats as Gujaratis get together to celebrate Navratri.
Ma Durga, Joi Durga!
Bengalis in the city are all set to celebrate Durga Puja. It's time to sing and dance. And polish off roshogollas and shondesh...
East meets West
`Anokha', a dance show staged in the city recently, was a mix of eastern and western styles.
Beauty and the brush
Yukta Mookhey, former Miss World, plays a Maharashtrian Lavani danseuse in R. Sharath's `Divine Love', a documentary on Raja Ravi Varma.
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