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A tale of two Prime Ministers: First flag and the first PM
Getting the words right
EARLIER AMAN Yatan Verma would be satisfied after doing a substantial role of a man from the age of 25 to 55 in a play for Channel 9. "That is my best performance till date," he declares. Now what satisfies him most is "the cheque that I get ...
The queen of bad things
WHEN URVASHI Dholakia first heard the name of Komolika, she asked Ekta Kapoor, "So, what is that?" Little did she know then that the role of Komolika in Balaji Telefilm's Kasauti Zindagi Kay will be her vehicle for such a resounding ...
IN HER presence the association between women and gems can't be limited to any obvious connotation. Prolific writer Vijaya Goel is ready with her new work and this time her subject is crystals and gems. Known to be the prized possessions of ...
A golden voice?
YET ANOTHER talent hunt on camera. The channel is Channel V. Moving on from the "Get Gorgeous" contest for wannabe models now running on V it is getting on to Samsung (V) Super Singer hunt next month. The USP, the channel's Head Honcho Amar Deb ...
Women's health issues scream for attention, but they are constantly ignored. ANJANA RAJAN speaks to Dr. Mohan Rao, editor of "The Unheard Scream".
Delhi's delicious bite
SHEKHAR SUMAN is pretty clear about this: "I can be everywhere but not in the kitchen." On second thoughts, he adds, "What I mean is, I can't excel there. I can cook something though to save my life." If pushed hard, the king of gags says he can ...
FEELING HUNGRY! Check out the sizzling treats from Sri Lankan chefs at Colombo's Holiday Inn. Now on show at Seven, Crowne Plaza Surya's interactive Indian cuisine restaurant. The restaurant wears a contemporary look and offers a new eating ...
Get into the Hungama mood
Hungama TV launched a talent hunt for its multi-genre channel this past week. S.M. YASIR reports.
ONE MIGHT remember 2004 for two important reasons in the realm of art; it marked the golden jubilee of Lalit Kala Akademi and a show of an amalgamation of art, dance and video was presented at a huge level before the audience. At Siri Fort ...
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