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A question of Tehzeeb
Keep-fit dish via Austria
It's all about "Iss Dich Fit" - Eat Yourself Fit - dishes and organic delicacies at The Oberoi's La Rochelle restaurant on the occasion of Austrian Food Festival. SUMITRA SENAPATY savours some and discovers some unknown, interesting facts t oo... .
Delhi's barber, royal delight
EVERY BARBER isn't as lucky as Habib, who grooms film stars and starlets and jets about the country and abroad. And yet barbers, even poor ones, have their own importance. They are much sought after during marriages and engagements and during the ...
To tie or knot to tie
SYMBOL OF capitalism, ladies' lovable leash, gentlemen's identity - the hallmark of formal personality - the tie making an appearance at the poolside! Yes, Satya Paul's Cultural Ties, which trussed pin-up males Salman Khan and Leander Paes ...
Don't look now, we are changing
Headlines Today is ready for the second coming. G. Krishnan reveals it all to SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY.
No box office revolution here
THE CATCHLINE here is "Everything that has a beginning has an end". Thank God! The way this "Matrix" trilogy has evolved over the years, one is really thankful that it is as far as directors Andy and Larry Wachowski will go. The latest in the ...
Moods of the santoor
ANJANA RAJAN speaks to Satish Vyas, whose album series "Moods of Yoga" has recently been released by Sony Music.
Chords & Notes
SIX SONGS, three on either side, and all are hummable. The title song sung by Sonu Nigam has already made waves that only affirms one's faith on Sonu yet again as a capable singer than an actor. The foot-tapping bhangra mix "Mahi Ve" reminds one ...
GOING FOR a vacation used to be a long process, with all the running around for the visa and waiting for that crucial call from the embassy. But Emirates Airlines and the Dubai Visa Processing Centre aim to make Dubai an easier destination to ...
Aware or in awe?
Taking time out from packed dubbing schedules for her forthcoming film "Tehzeeb", Urmila tells RANA SIDDIQUI that the film has taught her more about acting.
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