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Dance, music... LOVE AND LIFE
The timeless traditions of Pandit Amarnath once more. The magic of Maya Rao. Two books on two legends bring to us the joy of Indian classical music and dance once again. ANJANA RAJAN flips through.

A trip to the Upstairs Club
Want to talk to those gone by? Pick up a copy of Gautam Mukerji's "Upstairs Club", coming soon at a stall near you. RANJANA NARAYAN tells us what to expect.

Babus wanna byte
BREAKING NEWS may bind the erratic TRPs of news channels but it invariably sends a panic down the babus' elastic spines. Fumbling speech spells sham and silence doom. Even shaky hand and feet movements are captured - a dressing down in front ...

Teddy bear tales
ONCE the well-known singer Lucky Ali was asked by a reporter of a television channel why he titled his album `Sifar', meaning zero. Ali was honest enough. Not knowing that sometimes manipulation works while giving interviews, he answered that he ...
Take your pick
THIS THURSDAY, it is some task waiting for the couch potatoes to assemble a `perfect family.' In fact, the show began this Wednesday itself. By now, the `K' serial watchers must have guessed it. Called Dabur Anmol Shampoo Star Parivaar ...
Return of the native
RETURN TO the roots. After a hiatus of two years. Sandhya Mridul, the short-haired actress with the unconventional looks for a Bollywood heroine spotted in the comedy, Waisa Bhi Hota Hai Part II, is returning to where she began - ...
Coffee, cakes and Dominique
I love tandoori food. In France we have an Indian restaurant called Gandhi! One thing I resent about the Indian food is, it is too spicy.

Sonia to the right of PM
WHILE CONSTITUTIONAL experts are debating over seating arrangement of Congress President Sonia Gandhi and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in the Lok Sabha, Vaastu expert K. Ranganathan advises that Sonia should sit to the right of the Prime ...

The view from the other side
The recently-concluded Lakme India Fashion Week has set off a speculation spree in the subcontinent. AYESHA JAVED AKRAM reports.

What's Cooking?
LE MERIDIEN is presenting `Soup and a Half', an offer for diet-conscious guests, at its Coffee Shop. On till June 15, the offer includes a vegetarian or a non-vegetarian soup of your choice along with half the original portion of a sandwich and a ...
Land & People

Family fabric... crease-free
THERE ARE 30 of them. They live together, eat together and have been staying together since 1959 in a haveli in Chandni Chowk, Delhi. It's a family of five brothers - Ratan, Ramesh, Anil, Pradeep and Ajay Bansal. Their unity is reflected in ...

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