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Filhaal... Meghna has arrived
The plum garden that was
A GARDEN of plums - that's what Beriwallah Bagh was. Situated opposite Hari Nagar it could be the dream of any idealist, for it had fruit trees to tickle the palate amidst a sylvan setting which transported one to a land of "glen, thicket hill ...
Over to Oobe
ONE WAS simply thinking that with winter over, one would finally have an out of pullovers experience, but Oobe has given wings to the thought, boasting to give an out of body experience, that too in Delhi by entering the male casual wear ...
D-Sign of the times
BEWARE MILAN! Beware Paris! New Delhi has a date with the fashion industry. Under the aegis of the Ministry of Textiles and with the support of Australian Fashion Innovators (AFI), the National Institute of Fashion Technology has taken a step to ...
Yuri... on top
SENDING MAN into space has become quite a routine thing these days. The United States, in fact, does it with regular frequency. But it was the Soviet Union that blazed a new trail in space science by sending Yuri Gagarin in his famous flight ...
ALMOST A year since she beguiled the gentleman with her gaze and trivialised his game with her goof-ups, Mandira Bedi asserts that her understanding of cricket has increased manifold and has succeeded in effecting her brief - to make cricket a ...
Another `K' in the bag
Balaji Productions' latest `K' soap, "Kkehna Hai Kuch Mujhko" on Sony TV brings Pallavi Joshi back into tele-serials and gives Kiran Karmarkar - aka Om of "Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii" on Star Plus - a fresh identity. SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY spea ks to the lead pair.
The new man in
STEPPING INTO television, Sameer Soni could not have asked for a better platform than this: The new man in the life of Jasmeet Walia, your dear Jassi of "Jassi Jaissi Koi Nahin" on Sony TV. Sameer as Purab, a self-made businessman with a little ...
The song "Sapna Dekha Maine" has been nominated for an award from the FICCI Hall of Frames. More power to the dream, says ANJANA RAJAN.
Chords & Notes
THIS SINGER is neither the first one to tribute the great singer Kishore Kumar nor is he doing something others have not. The only grace point is, you anyway love the original lyrics and given a choice, you would prefer to listen to a lounge mix ...
A forum for food
THE PEACH, it is said, is nothing but a cauliflower with a bit of formal education. Which part of the world that comes from is a bit uncertain, but rest assured you can sit and debate over it at the Forum, the newly opened resto-bar in Greater ...
Time for the Kumbh Mela
SNAAN DATES April 5: Shahi Snaan April 19: Parva Snaan April 22: Shahi Snaan April 24: Parva Snaan May 5: Shahi Snaan
Food, the best PR?
FOOD IS a weapon, they say. Then again, the way to a man's heart is through the stomach, and as hopes of a lasting Indo-Pakistan peace glimmer on the horizon, the Pakistan-based Shan Food Industries decided to help the process along by organising ...
Enough reasons to Smile
THIS IS not a film that will attract `housefull' boards outside cinema halls. Yet it is a film that everyone must watch. And treat like a little secret of young women, tell everybody not to tell anybody. Within no time director Mike Newell will ...
Twist in the tune
AFTER DANCING her way to the limelight, Ishaa Koppikar desires to court viewers with her dramatic exploits. "Now I want to move beyond item numbers to performance-oriented roles. My character, Rajo in `Pinjar' has been appreciated and I have some ...
JAI WALIA. The name is incomplete without the mention of Aryans, the music band for which he lent his voice. After giving us hummable original numbers like "Aakhon Mein Tera Hi Sapna", and "Yeh Hawa Kehti Hai Kya" as part of Aryans - now dead ...
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