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Getting the right mix
Vishal Shetty of Fire `n' Ice, Mumbai, shares his business mantra and future plans for Hyderabad
Facelift for education
A group of executives from Microsoft took off from work to renovate the Nampally School Building and to teach students under the SOS programme of Naandi Foundation
On the glamour route
Former Miss India and fashion expert Meher Castelino shares her views on beauty and fashion
Haute clothes, cool prices
Uforever 21 is the new store in Sindhi Colony providing hip clothes for the young at cool prices
Only mass appeal
WITH THREE consecutive hits in his kitty generationext director Puri Jagannath has generated enough pre-release excitement for Sivamani 9848... It's no news that he tries to be different -- starting from the selection of title to the ...
THIS FILM based on Amrita Pritam's timeless novel brings back the whiff of the Partition, the same trauma, the same bloodshed, the same tears come rolling down. This is a lane we have visited with Govind Nihalani in Tamas, this is a lane ...
High watermark in animation
THE DARK deep seas come to the fore like never before. No nether world violence, no murky goings-on, Finding Nemo is a heart-warming tale of a father's search for his child. Only thing is here we have a Father Fish and a Child Fish. The ...
HERE COMES a film that promises to live up to its name. Director Pavan Kaul's Sssshhh arrived stealthily, furtively. Almost unnoticed. It is likely to depart much the same way. Barely a whimper, barely seen, hardly talked about. Which is ...
HA! AFTER Sssshhh this one seems to be straight from the Hitchcock school. Wait a minute, director Vikram Bhatt's Inteha is a film that stays focussed for most of the time and only occasional lapses diminish its value. Many ...
Chords & Notes
SOME ALBUMS start off on a pleasant note but as they progress, the inclusion of certain unpleasant elements makes the whole experience of listening to it a bitter one. Like the song Pellam maata vinte nee chapter close, courtesy lyricist ...
THEY'RE KNOWN as the band that gave us Kiss Me, and for introducing to the world Leigh Nash the beautiful lead vocalist who purrs like an angel on Anything and Breathe Your Name. It's the kind of pure melodic pouting ...
Silver artefacts are slowly making a headway into the individual and corporate gifting scene.
Go beyond the normal paneer dishes with the following preparations
They do the talking
On call round the clock and drawn from several institutions and some colleges, about 70 young interpreters are doing their bit to help visiting sportspersons, dignitaries and officials
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