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Bungalow tales... same old charm
THE BUNGALOWS of Delhi Cantonment exude an old world charm and may be regarded as an extension of those built in the Civil Lines in the second half of the 14th Century. There was a reason for it. The 1857 Mutiny made the British families decide ...
Classes for the masses
Gopika Varma, whose shooting for a TV serial on classical dance is due to begin this week, feels it is the audience, not the arts in danger of disappearing. In Delhi recently, she told ANJANA RAJAN about her efforts to preserve the endangered sp ecies.
Meditate and be well
ENTER FOURTH Dimension's meditation room. A quiet room with no distractions, it offers an ergonomically designed chair, specially composed music, soothing blue hues and the aroma of herbal oils. It seems to be the ideal place to start a journey ...
Showing the shoe case
WITH THE fashion fare on offer at the just-concluded Lakme India Fashion Week in New Delhi, it becomes yet again an outfit show on Indian ramp. Having attracted full focus on garments, accessories like shoes mostly went unnoticed. And, that if ...
This Khan is different...
A WHIFF of fragrance that wafts through your mind long after the scent breezes away. The svelte Rakshanda Khan is perhaps best portrayed this way if you happen to come across her. An impressive personality, an innate sense of style, and with a ...
Tanaz turns evil
BORED OF her happy alien image, Tanaz Currim, the pampered angelic wife of Meri Biwi Wonderful, is trying an absolutely indigenous villainous character of Jayshree Bua in Sony's latest offering Ye Meri Life Hai. "It is a total ...
Sorrow, sheer sorrow, all the way
The film is relentless in its portrayal of the suffering of Jesus Christ and the torture inflicted on him in the last 12 hours of life.
HER CHARM still fascinates, her failure still surprises, Kiran Juneja exemplifies sound foundation is no guarantee for success. "I am happy. I was never very ambitious and never mixed my personal and professional life neither allowed one to ...
Chords & Notes
AFTER A collection of Kishore Kumar's romantic songs, here comes one on many moods, which is nothing but a delightful euphemism for a motley mix. Here we find the timeless peppy "Le Jayenge Le Jayenge" from Chor Machaye Shor as also ...
IT STANDS urging every passers-by to have an inside taste of it. The inner view doesn't disappoint the customers. It presents itself as a small but very neat and tidy area with everything in its place. Surprisingly in this restaurant at New ...
Dhaba goes chic!
IMAGINE THE mud walls of a hut; imagine the local well that drew the shy damsels out of those huts. Also imagine the gardens resplendent with those mango trees. For those with their thinking caps on, it already seems that this is a paean to the ...
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