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Got the elan!
A poet a month
It's no longer the monopoly of poster boys and calendar girls. Now you can have a poet on your calendar, thanks to the Anjuman Taraqqi Urdu (Hind).
That sundown bargain
BANISH THE malls, embrace the haat. No, not Dilli Haat, that haunt of the upwardly mobile, the aesthetically inclined; but the friendly neighbourhood bazaar next door. It makes an appearance once a week in some or the other nook of Delhi - ...
Green gram is a popular pulse, which is rich in protein.
In love with Siddhanth
SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY speaks to a brand new name on television, Pawan Shankar, who has left behind a promising corporate career to enter the world of greasepaint.
Not a chance!
Chance and planning may seem like opposing concepts. But corporate trainer Anil Bhatnagar tells us we can plan our coincidences.
Your feet, his feat
A FEW days were left for the marriage of young Kishan, a doctor in Delhi. But to the utter shock of all at home, he suddenly developed acute sciatic pain that restricted him to bed. He could neither sit nor stand. Someone suggested Kishan consult ...
The glass is full...
Mrs. Iyer, Konkona Sen Sharma now turns a journalist in Madhur Bhandarkar's "Page 3". She flips through the pages of her career, her inspirations and her reservations about the conventional with RANA SIDDIQUI.
Dreams come true?
HE IS all-in-one. A producer, director and an actor, all rolled into the name Aashish Chanana. He started his career opposite Mandakini in Aag Aur Shola, thendid a film opposite Juhi Chawla, Mehndi Ban Gayee Khoon, which never got ...
A FLEETING eye on Suvir Misra, and he comes across as a doughty person with his robust build and thick moustache. So much so, the thought of his propinquity with music seems laughable. But surprises can spring from unexpected quarters. He ...
Delhi Rock Fever
THE SERENE environs of the Garden of the Five Senses in the Capital wore a riot of colours and sound this past Saturday, as an 800-strong gathering rocked and swayed to the electrifying music of Matmatah, a leading rock band from France. This is ...
Chords & Notes
SAME OLD Dharmesh Darshan, same old Nadeem Shravan. But Bewafaa is no Dhadkan or Raja Hindustani for that matter. The two composers have again repeated themselves, sacrificing the charm of the original, salvaging the ...
Meeting the mutton maestro
Sauntering around town, RAHUL VERMA finds Mayapuri can produce tandoori mutton to please the most finicky of palates.
LOCATED IN the Capital Court, Moshe's Oliva, with its serene landscape that has become a landmark on South Delhi's Outer Ring Road, is celebrating the completion of its first successful year. After a year specialising in Mediterranean Cuisine, ...
The Oberoi's Master Chef Yogen Datta keeps aside Tuesday mornings for a trip to Azadpur mandi.
Twenty-two and tempting
Chopsticks restaurant reaches the one-score-and-two landmark and celebrates with a unique 22 per cent discount.
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