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Back to the commercial mainstream after a long while, critically acclaimed film director Aruna Raje tells ANUJ KUMAR that the time is ripe for a work like "Tum".
Down Memory Lane

Delhi's good old Boxwallah
THE BOXWALLAH has become extinct in Delhi but there was a time when he made his presence known far and wide. Right from 1865 the Boxwallah was a prominent entity up to 1948 surviving in some pockets till the 1950s and in the hills till a decade ...

The rising star
ONE WORD just can't define Bageshree Vaze. A dancer trained in Bharatanatyam, Kathak, Kuchipudi and ballet, a Hindustani classical vocalist, a choreographer and now an Indipop singer. Donning seriously her latest craft, she has recently come out ...

The Week begins... shortly
INDIA FASHION Week, the annual fashion fiesta from Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI), has been announced with the call of `join the fashion movement'. However, with 57 fashion designers leading the charge of April 29 to May 5 festival, the ...

Brand Equity
FASHION FRATERNITY descended in full strength on New Delhi recently during Lycra Images Fashion Awards ceremony. Using the Direct Mailer Tool, Images Research Cell used its four national publications to capture the brand and store preferences of ...

Chords & Notes
`RAAT, CHAND Aur Main'. It is indeed a romantic theme and Gulzar, the celebrated poet, captures the spirit of the night beautifully and in various shades of enchanting night moods in this CD of Times Music. This offering is quite like the ...
Eating Out

Seafood sizzlers
THERE IS no need for the seafood lovers to be at a beach resort or at a coastal area to savour their favourite seafood items. They can now just drive into The Village Restaurant Complex, Siri Fort road, for an authentic seafood experience at the ...

Seventh heaven, Swiss style
For an unforgettable journey through the Alps, INDER RAJ AHLUWALIA recommends Switzerland's famous mountain railway network... express trains that take pride in their slowness!

Delhi says it with flowers
Delhi made a flowery statement with its annual garden festival this past week. ATIKA RAO reports.

Time to dress up
With Jassi taking care of TRP till Thursday, Sony Entertainment Television is now banking on other entertainers to attract Friday viewers. SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY gives an overview.
Ab tak, always new
The human side of a cop is what Ramgopal Verma promises to divulge in his latest production "Ab Tak Chhappan". RANA SIDDIQUI speaks to the filmmaker who was in New Delhi this past week.
Remembering Rukmini Devi
This week Delhi sees the beginning of the centenary celebrations of Rukmini Devi Arundale, who changed the history of Indian classical dance. Exhibitions, performances and films are among the highlights. ANJANA RAJAN reports.
Love the war, choke at love!
WAR HAS no winners, only survivors. And away from the grand exploits at the frontiers, soldiers are men too, human beings with their family members at home. They are men who still long to be with their chosen ones, and hope to live with them, ...

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