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Snuggling up to Tagore
Home SMART home
Our idea of a beautiful home has changed drastically with shrinking families and living spaces. The recent Inside Outside Mega Show held a mirror to the changing trends in home décor.
STYLE 'N' substance
Pick up earrings and anklets at throwaway prices at the ongoing Gram Shree Mela, even as you learn a thing or two about the rich craft traditions of rural India. ADITI DE checks out the fair.
Colours of CONFLICT
Yusuf Arakkal, the only Indian artist invited to the fourth edition of International Biennale of Contemporary Art, is looking forward to the event in Florence.
STACIE'S SWEET SUCCESS AT 16
Stacie Orrico can give Britney Spears a run for her money.
Dream around the corner
Sandeep Michael is the man of the moment. His strike in the hockey match against Pakistan played a crucial role in India's triumph.
CARESSING the turf
Sudhindra Shinde holds plenty of promise and he idolises Ricky Ponting. If he stretches his cameos, he could just get there.
AFTER HOGGING the limelight with Lagaan, and later with some sprightly soft drink ads, especially the ones during World Cup telecast, Aamir Khan was low key for a while. As the industry wasn't able to accept this from an actor who had ...
"GOD... life is so fragile, I can only pray," declared a visibly upset Mahima Chaudhary, on her way to join tennis star Leander Paes at Orlando where he was undergoing treatment. How fragile indeed! Just a few months ago, the two had stopped ...
AMRITA PRITAM'S novel on Partition, Pinjar, is debutant Bollywood director Chandraprakash Dwivedi's prized catch of sorts. The subject will have a contemporary appeal, as Dwivedi calls the shots on the big screen. After his successful ...
VULGARITY AND skin show coupled with a weak script and an even weaker direction; glamour and astronomical budgets are hardly of any use. This just about sums up what most of the media described Boom as. But director Kaizad Gustad ...
The SINUOUS prima donnas
Myanmar's dancers in gorgeous red and gold made one forget that such resplendent culture is from the land of the incarcerated Aung Sang Syu Ki.
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