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He can, he's Khan!
LAL ADVANI, at whose door is laid the credit for introducing education for the disabled in India, and Anupriya Chadha, have authored a comprehensive book on special education. Brought out by UBS Publishers' Distributors Private Limited, the book ...
In the corridors of time
CONNAUGHT PLACE is a strange place by night, gone is the hurry of the day and gone too the people responsible for it. It's so quiet and peaceful, with the corridors dreaming of the pre-War past when this fashionable market came up as a showpiece ...
Hot words from the Aanch man
AMITABH IS his ultimate hero but he doesn't like him in his second innings; Sanjay Leela Bhansali gave him his "cherished role" in "Khamoshi - The Musical" but he derides "Devdas"; he hates violence but has no reservations in playing a violent ...
Tania on the roll
WHEN SHE came to India some years ago, she knew that she had to come again. Visiting Delhi this past week for the second time, this time as a celebrity host of the popular show "Who Dares Wins" on AXN channel, Australian action girl Tania Zaetta ...
Time to share the pie
WITH TELEVISION becoming a part and parcel of everyday life, there is reason enough to sneak a look at the results of the Indian Telly Awards-2003, given away this month in Mumbai. Organised by Indiantelevision .com at Tulip Star hotel, the ...
Fall in love now... Kal Ho Naa Ho
IT IS time to fall in love. Fall in love with Preity Zinta, she of dimpled smiles, blessed with a face that embraces life, eyes that reflect it, and a voice that reverberates with it. Time to fall in love. Fall in love with Saif Ali Khan, ...
Time for Brett
WHO WOULDN'T like to be a little ahead of the times? But when it comes to keeping track of time, maybe the competitive spirit is best kept at home. It is accuracy and precision that one desires the most in a watch. American watchmakers Timex, ...
And now in Delhi too
After Mumbai's success, The Olive Bar & Kitchen opens an outlet in New Delhi. SUMITRA SENAPATY savours its enticing Mediterranean fare.
The ability to know
The 6th International Abilympics that took place in New Delhi are over, but society needs to remember what these Olympics of ability stand for. The biggest disability is in those who fail to make space for the differently abled, says ANJANA RAJAN.
Hard work the magic mantra
STUDENTS OF Asian Academy of Film and Television learnt from film star Sanjay Kapoor that it was sheer hard work and talent, rather than having a `godfather' in the industry, that is key to their success. Sanjay Kapoor, who was here at the ...
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