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That haveli in Lal Kuan
HAVELI MEHMOODA-UN-NISA in Lal Kuan, to which a recent report drew attention, is actually the mansion of Hakim Ahsanullah Khan, personal physician to Bahadur Shah Zafar and his chief confidant. The Hakim's name is closely linked with the events ...
The week of the good and the ugly
With a vulnerable and endearing superhero and a supporting cast that takes the story beyond a comic book experience, "Spider-Man-2" is more than just thrilling visuals.
Song of Hari
Hariharan promises his fans two new albums fresh from Pakistan soon. What's more, he can never abandon melody for fleeting commercial success, he tells ANJANA RAJAN.
Chot and after
ONE WONDERS if she fancies herself nervous while speaking. Why else would the words seem to have such a great difficulty in rolling out from her mouth? The ones that make it appear to be just a summary of what one expected. And as is the case ...
Just like Jassi?
THIS IS yet another piece of evidence. Really, Indian TV viewers are asking for something different. After Sony TV went to town with Jassi, here comes Star Plus with Niki. To be on your TV sets at 8 p.m. this Monday, Niki's vehicle is Dekho ...
Chords & Notes
IT HAS a curious name - "Kachchi Pencil" - but this offering from across the border is a delightful collection of six songs sung by Akram Rahi and Naseebo Lal. The latter in particular is quite impressive, her shrill, high-pitched voice ...
Not just dosa, idli
BORN IN Hyderabad, but having spent most of his life in Bangalore and Chennai, Chef Narain Rao, the new Chef de Cuisine at The Imperial in New Delhi, seems to have brought with him a different side of Southern dishes here to the North. Dosa, ...
On the mountain side...
IN AN air-conditioned, luxury tourist bus, the music system of which unfortunately refuses to work, we start at dawn on a journey to Shimla, 380 kilometres away. At the spacious Oasis Hotel at Karnal where we stop for brunch, we are served ...
Srikant... as usual
OF LATE literature is being framed with an amazing frequency. If Devdas ignited the trend in Bollywood, Tollygunge is reinventing itself with the sagas of Rabindranath Tagore and Saratchandra. Anjan Das's Iti Srikanta based on ...
Brick by brick
Sony TV pins hope on winning viewers' attention at 8 p.m. with "Hum2Hai Na" and "Aryamaan" from this coming Monday. SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY gives a gist.
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