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A frenzy called Trilok
The man behind the largest matrimonial portal is a traditionalist at heart
Healing, our way
Darshan Shankar, Director, Foundation for the Revitalization of Local Health Tradition, has played a vital role in making the world see the value of traditional Indian medical practices. He is being felicitated in New York today
`I follow my heart'
The `Tanha Dil' boy talks about his forthcoming album
The dance floor is wide open!
Dance compilations flood the market as music channels compete with one another to collaborate with music companies
Strength to strength
Player-turned-administrator K. Nanda Kumar has taken Karnataka volleyball to a new high
Parthasarathi Margalingam has lived up to his name as a pathbreaker in the field of volleyball
THE DIEHARD FAN
Fans went to the ODI in Bangalore last week with the face of a nation hoping to beat Australia. But the fliers strewn all around the stadium told another tale
AFTER SAATHIYA, Vivek Oberoi had a gruelling tour schedule with Aishwarya Rai, but soon he injured his leg during the shoot of Mani Ratnam's Yuva in Kolkata. Before all this, Oberoi was embroiled in the Salman Khan phone call ...
Ready for the challenge
FROM THE time Raveena Tandon became the Chairperson of the Children's Film Society of India (CFSI), she has been dragged into many controversies. Though several in Bollywood have disapproved of the choice of a youngster, Raveena is overjoyed and ...
Anil's new look
IN BONEY KAPOOR's directorial debut Armaan, Anil Kapoor played the role of a neuro-surgeon. Anil is believed to have watched neuro-surgeons at work in Pune hospitals to perfect his acting. Now Anil is taking on another serious role ...
Fragrance that LINGERS
Though a native of the sub-Himalayan region, the parijatha is widely grown all over South India
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