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Behold, the Morning Star!
MANY DELHIWALLAHS may not be aware that the Morning Star appears as a very bright and attractive object between four and five a.m. these days on the eastern horizon. As big as a paper lantern, and looking like one too, its luminosity is to be ...
Finally, an icon!
She did not start early. It took her nearly eight decades to pen her first work. But age has not withered Sethu Ramaswamy's zest, nor faded her charm. ANUJ KUMAR shares some profound words with the simple lady.
New trends in furniture
WITH THE objective of revolutionising the furniture industry in India, Proformwas perceived keeping in mind the international standards of concepts and designs. The showroom situated at 369, Sultanpur crossing, Mehrauli-Gurgaon road, displays ...
Well knit ties
ONE IS glued to work, the other works to spread it, one simply designs fashion, the other fashions designs on its economics. Together they are a force bonded by a relationship that most put in the formal category. Eleven years hence Ashima and ...
Men's fashion in style
"THERE ARE so many options for brides to look stunning on the occasion of their marriage but only few of the designers have come out with the idea of making men's wear for that grand day", says designer Renu Nigam. That is perhaps the reason she ...
Stitching together the future
STITCHING NEW yarns, designer Payal Jain is exploring fresh frontiers. One of the Indian designers invited for the Toronto Fashion Week, Payal is the only one who has created a new collection for the show over the past six months. Payal calls it ...
IN ITS continuing series on honouring creative talents, the Mediterranean Mosaic at the Olive Bar showcased this past week the inimitable collection of none other than Manish Malhotra, widely regarded as the king of Bollywood fashion. The man is ...
Not just a kiss?
SHE THOUGHT cinemagoers would be ready, eager and willing to welcome her to Bollywood. After all, she was a beauty queen who had everything going for her - fair skin, lovely looks. It did not quite turn out that way and Dia Mirza after films ...
Music... for the nation
THE FLUTTERING of the paper Tiranga by the audience, marching beat, patriotic songs and an emotionally charged atmosphere. What do you guess? No, it's not an award ceremony per se, but it is clubbed with the main event; the music release of ...
Day or night, Q'BA is right
The recently opened Q'BA restaurant at New Delhi's Connaught Place is ideally suited for power luncheons or catching up with friends. And it has a wonderful menu too, says URMILA RAO.
Talking food over music...
A SINGER, an actor and an instrumentalist. A model, a chatterbox and a food lover. Nasser Abdullah has many shades to his personality. Quite impulsive, he calls himself "lazy bones and a lousy dancer". He has an impeccable sense of humour. ...
Love for the videshi stuff
WITH THE younger generation plumping in for the `branded' variety, it is small wonder that more and more stores retailing well-known international brand of products are spreading their tentacles in the city. Latest to join the race is Planet ...
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