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Another Babari Mosque in distress?
ONE OF the landmarks of Palam village (besides the airport to which it has given its name) is the mosque said to have been constructed by a nobleman called Ghazanfar in about 1528 A. D., which makes it perhaps the only structure of Babar's reign ...
Some pride, some vanity
THIS FILM comes with many professions of pleasure - Gurinder Chadha's powers of storytelling, much like the Bennets, are considerable. And like Jane Austen, she can relate an anecdote with humour, laugh at acquaintances with spirit and ...
The juicy details
WHEN YOU feel hot, you might jump into the water for a surfing session. You feel cooler, but did you know you are still losing fluid when you are surfing? With any type of bodily exertion, you sweat and so fluid is lost. What you need is a nice ...
TO THE impressive collection of the famed Worldwide Limited Edition collection of idols of Indian Gods and Goddesses of d'Mart Exclusif, has now been added a limited edition of only 101 pieces worldwide, of Ram Durbar, the exquisite ...
Gracy Singh is now looking for spice and variety. She tells this and more to RANA SIDDIQUI.
HERE, THERE everywhere, it is raining designer bridal wear in the Capital and now with designs on the suburbs Geetika Tewari has taken the shower to Noida. "I had started with a showroom in Kanpur and after a successful stint there opened one ...
Pamper your crowning glory
HAVING HAIR like Rapunzel would perhaps be the dream of many. But today hair fall is a nightmare for many. Stress, environmental, chemical and mechanical factors and medication take the toll of hair but all need not despair. There are ways to ...
One for the party
FUSION IS the flavour of the fashion conscious and shoes are the latest to join the list. To go with the crowd, Metro shoes have launched handcrafted jootis where the classic style of the jooti has been modified to suit the modern comfort. Made ...
Simple joy, simple travel
IT IS midday at New Delhi's Nizamuddin railway station. The atmosphere is muggy, noisy and pervaded by a general feeling of harassment so common among the Capital's busy hordes. As we clamber into the three-tier sleeper of the Utkal-Kalinga ...
It's a woman's world...
THEY NEVER had high aspirations as far as going out to work was concerned, yet they chose to do something never tried by women earlier. They are fillers at a CNG station at Moti Bagh, New Delhi. They are 10 in number, aged between 18 and 35. ...
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