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Still the girl next door
Amrita sustains her simple charm even as her career graph rises
Hall of fame
If so many accolades have come the way of Aparna Sen and daughter Konkona, it is thanks to the exacting standards set by the patriarch, Chidananda Dasgupta
All pride, no prejudice
Imagine an Indian taking on an English classic. Gurinder Chaddha's much-awaited Bride and Prejudice will hit the screen shortly
Stage, his world
Feroz Khan, the man behind path-breaking theatre productions, talks about his commitment to the stage
Yang can cook!
ONE OF my early memories of Chinese food include being told at a small restaurant in interior Kerala many years ago that Chinese cuisine would not be available since the cook had gone to Sabarimala. From then to regularly gorging on Hong Kong ...
Zoos tell more about human nature than they do about animals
Carving a market for HERITAGE
The ongoing Heritage Fair is the first of its kind, seeking to expose village craftspersons to trends and modern motifs, empowering them to reach out to a large market
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