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Touching tale of the vintage spirit
THIS IS the time when the fields are yellow with the mustard crop in north India and the rural folk are imbued with the spirit of Basant - the first flush of spring. It is in such an atmosphere that vintage cars show their paces in an annual ...
SPRING CONTINUES to cast its stylish spell with Dabiri, the couture label of designer duo Vandana Sawhney and Divya Bindra unveiling its Spring-Summer Collection 2004 this past week. Named "the white album", obviously the collection illustrates ...
By women, on women
THE REASON might be varied but invariably the word photographer brings to your mind a male photographer. So, when 11 women lens persons form a coterie in New Delhi perhaps for the first time, to celebrate the International Women's Day this Monday ...
Black and white in vibrant colour
An exhibition of photographs by Manoj Jain highlighted the pictorial beauty behind mundane realities. RANA SIDDIQUI speaks to the prolific photographer.
It's Feng Shui!
IT IS an eternal quest - how to succeed in life, how to be of tranquil mind, what to pursue in life? The list is endless. People usually end up seeking the advise of an astrologer, be it the traditional Indian one, or a Feng Shui expert, who ...
Rok sako to rok lo
How to make friends and manage money. It's not a new title on the shelves, but the motto of management guru Arindam Chaudhuri's debut film, ready to hit the screens shortly. His bandwagon is ready to roll, finds RANA SIDDIQUI.
Dreams, nightmares and all that
`AMERICAN DESI', "American Chai"... now comes another take on `desis' in America, the guys Indian by blood and skin, American by habit and habitat. This one, however, is not another subtle satire on Indians in the U.S. trying to keep a bit of ...
Swing along with Waris
MOSTLY A person's name doesn't reflect the true meaning of his personality. But for Manmohan Waris, his name gives the true sense of his melodious voice. Though most of his audience are of Punjabi background but with the success of "Mera Rang De ...
Life as an oyster
THERE ARE few things that make you welcome even the scorching heat of the summers. Mangoes and ice creams for one get most people salivating immediately, but they clearly aren't reason enough. It is the opportunity to have a whale of a time that ...
Chords & Notes
THE HUSSAIN brothers - Ustad Ahmed Hussain and Ustad Mohammed Hussain - the specialist ghazal singers that they are, have joined hands for rendering some delectable ghazals for Universal's "Zindagi, the life". They have a typically sober ...
The sacred feminine
Today is International Women's Day. SHARMILA DIVATIA urges us to sing praises of Mother Nature on the occasion.
Detour to divine
AS PILGRIMAGE is shifting from sacred to a leisure activity, tour operators are turning to spiritual tourism. The latest entry is Leisure Group of Hotels, which is offering the Chardham Yatra in Uttaranchal. Commencing from Yamunotri the yatra ...
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