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Curtains up!
MANJULAA NEGI speaks to Sanjna Kapoor, who has brought the U.K.'s Footsbarn Travelling Theatre Company to India.
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Grappling with reality
FOR LONG you have visited the friendly neighbourhood gym. For long you have had stints with your coach, lining up for the bench-press and dumbbells. It's fine to maintain that illusion of fitness, and that heady feeling of using the inch-tape ...
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Matter of fact
Fictional characters. Slices of life. That's what Gnana Moonesinghe offers.
Music

Chords & Notes
THIS ALBUM with music and lyrics composed by maestro Jagjit Singh is a delight for the spiritually inclined. You can close your eyes and let the simple kirtans drift over you, or you can let it run in the background as you work and let its ...


The scent of India
GRADUATED IN Physics from the University of Delhi with a degree in computer application, Abhishek Ray has been composing music for television since his schooldays. Says Abhishek, "For me music is a passion. Even when I was studying, I composed ...
Sport

Ready to floor all
For the first time, Indian athletes participating in the Special Olympics World Winter Games have got proper training. RANA SIDDIQUI speaks to officials as the 2005 Games starts this Saturday.
Eating Out

Sandwiches - exotic and delightful
Sandwiches are not just two slices of bread with something in between. They are culinary delights, especially if you have them at the Hawker's House, says RAHUL VERMA, a sandwich fiend.
See the seafood ... and have it too
THE SPRING is here and Delhiites are beginning to venture out in the evenings. And capitalsing on this welcome change are restaurants hosting special food festivals. Not to be left behind is the The Orient House, Sahara Restaurant Complex in ...
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