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Friday, October 09, 2009
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A double delight
Peace on war footing
Danseuse Prathibha Prahlad on planning the Delhi International Arts Festival.
Arts and people
DIAF executive director Arshia Sethi on the idea behind the festival.
LEARN THE LINGO
We continue with the hand gestures listed in Abhinayadarpanam
To what extent will you go to rescue your partner? In a bid to match MTV, Channel V has launched “Kidnap” the first ever romance – meets – adventure reality show Kidnap that will put the strength of relationship to ...
BLAST FROM THE PAST
Sunil Dutt, Nutan, Pran and Deven Varma
Over to action
She is one actor, you can’t blame for not trying to do something different. After making a demure entry with “Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein”, some years back she sported a ravishing look with Mahesh Bhatt’s “Tumsa Nahin ...
Japan in silk
Sunaina Bhalla’s works are a mix of traditional Japanese methods and textile designing.
Flowing well and gentle
The annual IIC Experience is dedicated to major rivers.
A life well lived
A film presentation brought alive the phenomenon called Ustad Vilayat Khan.
Play on, folks!
Folk musicians got their due at the Rajasthan International Folk Festival.
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