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Mark his words
By adopting a positive and open attitude towards India, Sir Mark Tully presents a whole new perspective of the country, writes USHA RAMAN

Traditional fabrics, new look
DESPITE THE invasion by western and fusion wear and new range of fabrics, certain traditional prints, weaves and materials still hold the old world charm for many fashion enthusiasts. Neelima Lal, who graduated from NIFT, Hyderabad, belongs to ...
Arts & Crafts

Creative context
A unique artist-residency at Daira - Centre for Art and Culture, provides a peek into the lives and works of seven city-based artists

A piece of cake
This Christmas, check out these websites for tips, guidance and recipes of cakes

Waiting to be recognised
It's time women's cricket team gets support and sponsors, writes ABHIJIT SEN GUPTA

Sharp shooter
Ace shooter Major Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore now sets his eyes on the Olympic medal
Recollecting the best times
The Kolkata Veterans Sports Club celebrations provided chance for football Olympians and veterans to recollect the golden era of the sport

Bending it on stage
AFTER THE super success of Jesse's trials vis a vis making aalu gobi and playing football, Bend it like Beckham is now going to see a stage avatar. Director Gurinder Chadha and producer Deepak Nayar are looking into the logistics ...
Last comes first
THE LAST SAMURAI came in first at the weekend box office as the Tom Cruise war epic cut down the competition with $24.4 million in ticket sales. In the film, Cruise plays a downtrodden Civil War veteran who reclaims honour by forging a ...
Not an angel
THE DESI version of Charlie's Angels has run into a bit of problem with one of the angels Perizaad Zorabian (the other two are Dia Mirza and Amrita Arora) dropping out. Perizaad says she ran into date problems, which is why she had to say ...
Rap gets spiked
SPIKE LEE, director of movies like Do the Right thing and Malcolm X came down heavily on rap music. Speaking to an audience at Brown University, Lee said, "I've always felt you can feel the progress of African Americans by listening ...

Evocative Expressions
A. Rajeswara Rao's painting exhibition `The Threshold' is a rare visual treat

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