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Sen and sensitivity
She is warm and forthcoming, untouched by affectations of current `Samay'. RANA SIDDIQUI speaks to Sushmita Sen, the lady whose time in Bollywood is about to arrive with "Samay"
Down Memory Lane

Saga of Durga's annual sojourn
THERE IS a woman who comes but once a year and leaves a big impact on many hearts. She is tall and comely, with a bevy of beauties surrounding her in an aroma of incense smoke and the silent prayers of the faithful, who linger round her all hours ...

Trousseaux for truce
With Pakistani fashion designers and models delighting New Delhi with their contribution to the Bridal Asia, it is clear that all the political rhetoric cannot dampen the good feelings of the common people on both sides of the LoC, finds ANUJ KUMAR

Building Rishtey with Dev
Participating in the Virasat Folk Life Festival in Dehra Dun this past week, versatile director Govind Nihalani takes time out to talk about his forthcoming movie, "Dev". SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY writes

Taming the virus
AS A teenager he loved challenges. Tackling computer related problems became his hobby and passion. Fed up with constant bombardment of unwanted and unwarranted e-mails, this young man came out with a brilliant idea. He devoted his time, interest ...

Zameen slips, but Mumbai beckons
BOLLYWOOD PEDDLES patriotism yet again. They did it with some success in "Yeh Dil Aashiqana", "Indian" and considerably less so in "Border Kashmir Ka", "Bharat Bhagya Vidhata", "Farz", "Hindustan Ki Kasam" and "Maa Tujhe Salam". "Zameen" is ...

Drama in Tihar...
"You do not know me, I am Lanka Naresh Ravan." Saying this to the rhythm of dholaks, he tries to drag Sita into his carriage. "Leave me, you mean and wicked creature," replies Sita, and the room bursts into peals of laughter. The swap of ...

Chords & Notes
AMITABH IS in air in more shades than one. Marking his arrival with the youthful "Chali Chali Phir Chali" giving emotions a baritone in "Main Yahan Tu Wahan" and doing a "Rang Barse" in "Hori Khele Raghuveera" unable to match the colours of ...

Dine and wine, all the way
It is a culinary tour, region to region of Tuscan, organised by chef Ravi Sexana at San Gimignano at The Imperial Hotel. SUMITRA SENAPATY undertakes the epicurean tour, all impressed

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