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Return of the macho man
The amazing mystics
MASTER QAMARUDDIN, the maternal uncle of noted Urdu writer Ismat Chughtai, was usually found on the Yamuna bank, resting after swimming to Delhi all the way from Agra. There used to be a lot of water in the river then, for even up to the first ...
Better not seen at all?
SHE HAS the soft glow of a gentle sunset. She has the beguiling charm of abiding innocence on her face. Not for her the joys of midnight, the undulating charms of the wee hours. She is a woman untouched, a woman to be savoured with lingering ...
Beautiful from inside
WITH IMPORTED furniture and designs flooding the Indian market, new home dιcor trends are fast emerging in the country. In fact the market, of late, has seen an influx of various straight-line Italian wood furniture, classical British furniture ...
To her Miss Asia Pacific crown, Bollywood has so far only added a crown of thorns. But Dia Mirza takes it in her stride. RANA SIDDIQUI chats with the actress, in a revealing mood.
Platinum jubilee of a golden era
She has been winning hearts with her golden voice for decades. But melody queen Lata Mangeshkar, who turns 75 this Tuesday, tells RAJEEV SHRIVASTAV she would like to be remembered for her public service too.
Pure for sure
WE KNOW Paradox One houses world-class interiors. We believe in interior designer Raseel Gujaral's gene pool and her ingenuity, so what's the latest paradox about? "It is about making others believe what we believe in. We are not traders. We ...
INTERPRETING THE obvious could be at times quite obscure. Take a peek into Vijaylakshmi Dogra's collection for Bridal Asia 2004 and you will be amused at your limitations when it comes to trousseau knowledge. And the designer's refrain is, times ...
Small town, big charms
DELHI IS like a bad habit, not easily shrugged off. Its hustle-bustle, cold reception, pollution, added to the charm of multiplexes and smooth wide roads make an addictive combination one is reluctant to move away from. Unless a place like Indore ...
The rising son of the East
IT WAS in mid-1980s that we started getting news from the Northeast a little regularly in national newspapers, but do you know that newspapers in Assam actually started in 1846? It was in this year that journalism took its roots in the State when ...
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