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Haute comes home
Get fit naturally
Yoga and naturopathy use the wisdom of the ages to ensure a better quality of life
Teak Heirlooms is back with an exhibition of furniture and handicrafts
Dash of colour
Check out the new collection at Pitambari
She's got the power
Women switch to western-wear at the workplace for ease and convenience
With Pallu, an exhibition of hand-painted silk saris, the six yard wonder gets yet another haute re-invention
Sheer fabrics in bright colours will be showcased at the exhibition
Of love and cops
Debutantes take a bow at the box-office today
Fists of fury
Here are some useful sites that offer information on styles, techniques and history of various martial art forms
To win over hearts
Committed officials are leaving no stone unturned in training the volunteers to ensure success of the Afro-Asian Games, reports V.V. SUBRAHMANYAM
Despite the absence of some key players in the Indian hockey team, the sport could be a big draw in the forthcoming Afro-Asian Games, says ABHIJIT SEN GUPTA
KONKONA SEN-SHARMA gave a sterling performance in her first venture, which fetched her the National Award. `Mrs. Iyer' may have been helped enormously by the sensitive script and the sensibilities of her mother Aparna Sen. But there is no ...
Cooking it like mum
GURINDER CHADHA is showing the Americans how to make aloo gobi in a cooking featurette on the DVD of Bend It Like Beckham. The American audience do not get the signature line in the film where Parminder Nagra as young football crazy ...
Licence to thrill
THE ORIGINAL Italian Job (1969) starring Michael Caine is a celebration of British pop culture. "It's the most English thing I ever did in my life," Caine said. "There I was with Noel Coward and Benny Hill. I had dinner with Noel in the ...
All for children
SHE HAS shone in mainstream and offbeat roles. She is all set to shine as Choti malkin in Sahib Bibi aur Ghulam on the small screen. But right now Raveena Tandon is in a new avatar - as Chairperson, Children's Film Society of ...
Scripting the act
WHILE ON `Mrs Iyer' the going has been good for Mr Iyer, a.k.a. Rahul Bose. Well, the man who turned down a plum assignment with an ad agency years ago before he entered filmdom is being flooded with film offers. This `non-hero' who has done ...
Tarantino is back
SIX YEARS after Jackie Brown Quentin Tarantino returns with Kill Bill. Tarantino and Uma Thurman came up with the idea for the film over an after-work cocktail during the shooting of Pulp Fiction a decade ago. The making of ...
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