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Monday, February 16, 2004
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Evil gets a new face
That evening, that voice
WHEN NAWAB F.K. Sherwani's eldest daughter got married, his friend, the Chawalwala Nawab, invited Suraiya to sing, but she couldn't make it to the wedding of Farhana Begum, much to the disappointment of her admirers. That was in the 1940s. Later ...
On a tiger trail...
Tiger or no tiger, the Jim Corbett National Park has matchless moments to offer, says SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY, relating her experience.
Open door, open mind
SOUNDS, LIGHTS, curtains up. Let the dance begin. The audience settles down to stillness as the performer gets to work. And the harder dancers have worked at acquiring their skills, the easier looks the end result. Unless the audience consists of ...
Demure types, keep off!
It's impromptu, highly charged, and audience driven. `Improv' comedy jolts the city this week via The Comedy Store Players from London, writes C.K. MEENA.
The singer, the song
She has a voice of silk, a will of steel, eyes that dance and a heart of gold. RANA SIDDIQUI meets Reshma, the singing sensation that belongs to the entire Indus valley.
Chords & notes
THAT MUSIC helps in the process of meditation is a well recognised fact. Meditation is that medium which links the inner and the spiritual soul. It is also widely believed that meditation is energetic, spiritual, scientific and even psychological ...
`FROM THE Arctic', `Through The Tropics', `At the Equator'... It's not a navigator giving directions to a lost person. Well, these are the names of the cocktails you get at the newly opened lounge bar, Latitude, at East 101 in Gurgaon. The ...
AS GOVERNMENTS in Asian countries increasingly realise the unique potential of their nations to woo tourists from near and far, spiritual tourism has become one of the latest buzzwords. Recently the Nepal Tourism Board unveiled its Pashupatinath ...
The Oscar fever
THAT TIME of the year has arrived when the fabulous Hollywood comedian Billy Crystal takes the stage as the host for the night and millions become his guests. The 76th Annual Academy Awards, organised by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and ...
Something is nice this week
THERE IS a nice, easy momentum to this film with an innocent charm hard to resist. It brings a smile to your face and makes you roam the world where every moment promises new wit, every actor is given to winsome ways. And yes, it gives heart ...
In love with Bollywood
SOHAIL KHAN may be proud to be an Indian but his buddy in the mission, Imran Ali Khan is proud to be in Bollywood. The British actor of Pakistani origin says, "I have been watching Hindi films from a young age and have been fascinated by ...
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