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There's something about SALMAN
Portraits of a vibrant culture
Movement appears as a recurrent motif in Annu Naik's works, which capture a vibrant culture
Yasala Balaiah's works are of people delineated in a stylised manner
"The role matters, not the medium or language," says Atul Kulkarni, whose two films are being shown at the IFFI
Chords & Notes
JUST WHEN you decided that Kareena Kapoor can only dance for foot tapping numbers such as Rang de... dupatta mera, You are my Sonia and Bole choodiyan, here comes a different album where she mouths slow numbers such as ...
Food designer Karen Anand is presenting her signature dishes at the Grill and Barbeque festival. On the menu are vegetarian dishes such asstuffed pepper mahashas, vegetable shikampur kebab, parmigiana, jacket potatoes with a variety of ...
JOHN SULLIVAN. Does the name ring a bell? Yes, it was he who `discovered' Ooty, the first hill station in the country, and developed the Nilgiris when he served as the collector of Coimbatore between 1815 and 1830. [The Nilgiris then was part of ...
A riot of green
Valparai: physically and mentally invigorating, says SOMA BASU
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