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Waging love against war
Juliana Lives On... Thanks To DDA
DELHI HAS many sarais or inns which either exist as ruined monuments or just in name. Among them is the one built by a Portuguese woman in the 16th Century in what is now the Masihgarh area of Okhla. This beautiful woman was the one whom Jean ...
Saif, the unsafe way
Never the top star but he has always been a safe bet at the box office. Now a hero's friend, now exuding humour, Saif Ali Khan has done all this and much more. With "Ek Hasina Thi", he turns a mean leaf. RANA SIDDIQUI finds out.
Not just a detective
Adil Khandekar Hussain is not your everyday actor. His name may not evoke much response but the man is doing responsible work alongside Om Puri in "Jasoos Vijay", a DD-BBC show on AIDS, says SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY.
WHAT DOES a cosmetic company do to say that its latest beauty cream isn't just like any other in the market promising to make someone more fair-complexioned but will actually make the skin more refined, clear and glowing? Simple. Hold a ramp show ...
TILL JANUARY 26 you have the opportunity to show the society that you care. Shoppers' Stop in association with Concern India Foundation (CIF), Hutch and Radio City has come up with a unique offer wherein customers can donate their old garments ...
Chords & Notes
NUSRAT FATEH Ali Khan was undoubtedly one of the greatest qawwali singers this generation has seen. After Ghulam Ali his is one name from across the border that is still so popular in India and has always commanded wide acceptance among all ...
Fine food, fine ambience
FOR THOSE living in the vicinity of Gurgaon, and given to this all-too-familiar weakness to eat out and relish those sumptuous Indian and Continental dishes, here comes the urban lounge, Suburbia, boasting of a big, modern dining place with a ...
Hong Kong beckons
Come January 22, Hong Kong's picturesque waterfront will pulsate to the sights, sounds and fun of the 2004 International Chinese New Year Parade. Read on with SUMITRA SENAPATY on what is in store on the Chinese New Year's Day.
Ek Hasina... now and ever
Urmila Matondkar is in her best form in "Ek Hasina Thi". ANUJ KUMAR catches up with the bewitching beauty.
Shape up for the ship saga
THE BEST thing one can say about Peter Weir's film is it gives you reason to remember "Titanic". Shot largely aboard a ship in the middle of a rumbling ocean, this film, based on Patrick O'Brien's novel is a work of a master tactician, a man of ...
FIRST, YANA Synkova furthered a fresh fragrance to fashion in India, then as Yana Gupta she Czech-mated Indian gentlemen with her oriental spectacle called "Babuji Zara Dheere Chalo", replacing the original choice Bipasha Basu and recently even ...
BIZARRE - A leading name in women's fashion, recently launched their Pre-Spring collection at their Khan Market outlet. "This season the collection is eclectic - day blends into night and bright fuses with the subtle - to create a look ...
Shyam's Payal !
RECENTLY CRESCENDO Music launched a new album "Payal" by debutant Shyam. "Payal" contains eight songs, the claim being that the mix of soft, slow, sad and fast songs caters to a variety of consumers.While Jaydev has scored the music for the ...
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