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A bash with some help
Going UP in life
From security to isolation is one little step
Abandoned NO MORE
Many a handicapped child abandoned by its parents has found refuge in Ashraya Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Centre
HIP HOP 'N' GROOVY
Check out the latest album by Outlandish that blends various genres of music
Wake up to a raga
Some music to drive that stress away
Climb this wall
Climbing on artificial walls at the Sree Kanteerava stadium is quite popular and a lot of young people are giving it a go
Warmth beneath the hard nose
The affable Ricky Ponting quite liked the fact that fans here knew a fair bit about Australian cricket
RAJMATA GAYATRI Devi is known for her style and the élan with which she carries her jewellery. And her "best friends" are, of course, diamonds. And the Diamond Trading Company (DTC), as a tribute to the queen, has launched an exclusive range of ...
Fish and friendship
WHILE THE Shah Rukh Khan-Preity Zinta starrer Kal Ho Na Ho is all set to hit the big screen, a lot of episodes unfold off-screen. Like the one involving Jaya Bachchan and the stars gorging on mouth-watering fish curry from the Bachchan ...
SINCE THE release of Ek Chhoti Si Love Story, Manisha Koirala has been in the news for one reason or another. Then one heard criticism about her role in Market, a film about sex workers that sank without a trace. Topping the list ...
A matter of taste
IN THE fashion world or tinsel town, models and actors depend on designers to boost their screen image. But are some of our stars choosy? Designer Reza Shariffi says the latest sensation Katrina Kaif carries off most colours with élan. She is, ...
The power OF POUT
What lies behind that sweet but sly smile? Big bucks. Now here's a question to ponder over on the eve of Children's Day
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