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The dancing skeletons
The Ranas of Nepal are here. ANUJ KUMAR takes a bow.
Bandit Queen as Ghalib's ladylove
Seema Biswas is back where she belongs theatre. S.M.YASIR speaks to the lady who acts opposite Mirza Ghalib on stage.
Wrangler going larger!
EXPANDING ITS market share it seems is not denimwear brand Wrangler's only expansion plan, they are also expanding the size of their jeans and how! Wrangler has made the largest jeans in the history of the country and has also entered the Limca ...
SANJAY SURI loves "Pinjar" for two reasons: "It is a period film" - he has never worked in one. And "there is no Pak-bashing". For "Dhoop" he agreed to do a guest appearance because when he saw the real story of the martyr on television he was ...
His own food, his own jokes
`MY MOTHER nourished me with lots of bones during my childhood perhaps that is why my funny bone is over developed.' Enter the jolly good world of Jaaved Jaferri, where one-liners are a rule but etiquette and morality defines one's personality. ...
Fun with the `goddesses'
THIS ONE is called "The Great (V) Goddess Festival." Well, since it is a six-week extravaganza ending November 28, let's get clear about the names of the so-called goddesses first. They are all the glamour queens you could think of in a wink - ...
World Teen Queen
IN THE midst of so many beauty pageants now, this was an obvious progression. But that happened three years ago. And, this year, the Pantene-Zee World Teen Queen 2003 graduated to witness participants from about 110 countries. With eager ...
When fiction shows the way
A book of short stories written for quick, entertaining reading with a message of hope, "An Indian Dawn" by established business writer Deepak Mukarji comes as a breath of fresh air, says RANA SIDDIQUI.
What's in a Surname?
Many well-known Sikhs in the Capital have taken a fancy in emulating their counterparts in Punjab by adding the name of the locality to their names, says VIVEK GOPAL SHUKLA, citing interesting examples.
Touchy about Sparsh
Sparsh is ready for release. Director Manoj Sharma reveals it all.
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