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Hall of Fame
A boardroom blackboard
HE THINKS India is the powerhouse of entrepreneurship and believes that Indian entrepreneurs are waiting to make a mark worldwide. He is Vineet Bajpai, a successful entrepreneur himself, who wishes to help Indian talent make a mark in the field ...
The gifted one
HOWEVER MUCH you say about Raghubir Yadav, you tend to feel you have not said enough. Because the man is such. Multi-talented yet so unassumingly, so simple. A winner of quite a few awards and still not full of himself. "I try to do whatever ...
Chacha's Man Friday
HE IS Chacha Chaudhary's right hand man. You can call him his Man Friday. But he is commonly called Saabo. Long after well-known cartoonist Pran created this popular character in the children's comic book, "Chacha Chaudhary", Saabo has, for ...
YOU MIGHT know by now that one out of every five deaths in India is caused by tobacco abuse. Almost five million people in the world die from smoking-related diseases annually. In India, this year around 8,00,000 people, 80 per cent of them poor, ...
A fashion-rise this fall
THE SEASON of shedding coverings is here and Be: is back with its autumn collection. For a change you neither have to reveal much or spend a fortune to look glamorous this fall. The designer prêt wear store from the house of Raymond has ...
Will you dance with me?
WILL NAACH do for Antara Mali, giving it all in this Ramgopal Varma film what Rangeela did for Urmila Matondkar when the Masoom actress was down and all but out? Before you get the answer this Diwali, the director puts all such ...
Still the girl next-door
SHE IS still preparing to face the audience in a better way. She keeps taking notes while queries are asked at a Press conference. Despite facing hostility from various quarters after a rather unconventional role in Girlfriend, Amrita ...
India on stage
Theatre is a dying art. And the Government does not seem to be doing enough for its revival. Ananda Lal has done his bit by editing The Oxford Companion to Indian Theatre, released in New Delhi this week. ANJANA RAJAN writes.
A delicious answer to every question
SITTING AT Pan Asian restaurant in New Delhi's Marriott WelcomHotel, he looks quite tired. He is just back from his alma mater, St. Columba's School after conducting a well-attended session of quiz. He whispers to some member of his team ...
Faking it all the way
LAST YEAR he was a player, this year he is a referee and Ranvijay Singh is missing the excitement, the rush of the adrenaline and above all his diplomatic self that made him the most popular roadie last year. With seven new roadies, MTV's ...
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