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Monday, February 16, 2004
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BETWEEN the notes
Royal legacy goes corporate
Fancy Damayanti on your diary?
Whys and otherwise
Well-known writer Shashi Deshpande tackles the barrage of questions that have come her way in the 30-odd years of her literary career, in her latest collection of essays
Vranch, branch, or French?
The Comedy Store Players from London tied the viewers' minds in Gordian knots
Doing it THEIR way
The band that opened for Bryan Adams does its own thing, unmindful of market pressures
Chords & Notes
This week at Planet M...
A PARSI feast on home turf
DO YOU feel nostalgic about the sumptuous Navjote spread you last shared in Mumbai? Do you wish you could feast on dhansak, sali-boti, patra-ni-machchi, dhaldar patio, and lagan-nu-custar more often? If the answer is yes, your prayers have been ...
ALL in one
ANOTHER SUPERSTORE has joined the bandwagon of mega lifestyle stores in Bangalore. Called Saga, on Promenade Road, it offers a range of handicrafts and lifestyle products. A store that offers everything under one roof, Saga is spread over three ...
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