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Like poles attract each other?
"Murder". "Hawas". Now walks in "Girlfriend". ANUJ KUMAR speaks to Karan Razdan and his crew to find out the new shock therapy.
Down Memory Lane

Where rest the Anglo-Indians
IF YOU pass by Prithviraj Road in New Delhi you will see a number of flower sellers sitting near the cemetery gate. They come here every evening and obviously business is good, for people stop to buy flowers not only for the graves in York ...
Tribute

The Lone Strider
R.V. SMITH pays a tribute to Dom Moraes, eminent poet, journalist and writer, who passed away this past week.
Personality

A song to still the mind
Kozhikode artistes Jayaprabha and Jayaprakash Menon plan to make their mark in the Capital with a series of holistic workshops starting today, finds ANJANA RAJAN.
Cinema

Magic potions, balm for the heart
In "Aan" Bhandarkar just about manages to protect a fig leaf of dignity
Music

chords & notes
THE LATEST CD offering by Times Music, "Shiv Namokar" by Anandmurti Guru Maa, that pays tribute to Lord Shiva, is sure to please His followers. The album that brings out both the `Sagun' and the `Nirgun' facets of the mighty Lord, is one ...
Eating Out

Some kababs, some korma
LUCKNOW and food are as closely connected as the city and its manners, the city and its language. So, when an opportunity offers itself for a Lucknowi platter at Sahara restaurant at Asaf Ali Road in New Delhi, you automatically look forward to ...


For that leisurely Sunday
IF YOU have grown up during the 70s, that Abba song `Sunday morning beautiful day', must have hoisted in you that image of an utopian Sunday morning. Such instant transportation to a leisurely yet divine feeling within the first two lines of that ...
Wok about town
IT HAS never been a bad idea to hang out with your family in a near-by restaurant and relish exotic varieties of cuisine in an atmosphere of togetherness. The Flaming Wok, a Chinese and Thai restaurant, at New Delhi's Chittaranjan Park, claims to ...
Travel

Colours of joy
MALAYSIA, in beautiful South-East Asia, wears an even more attractive guise this month till June 19, as the nation celebrates its annual Citrawarna or Colours of Malaysia festival. The festival's theme is the diverse culture of the country, which ...
Miscellany

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