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Monday, March 07, 2005
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The true friends of India
A TALL slim man with a profile like Sherlock Holmes - that was Otto Peltzer, the famous athletics coach who died in Eutin (Germany) some 30 years ago. He used to walk into a local newspaper office late at night, all dusty and tired and, as few ...
Coming out of a shell
Here are some strategies to fight shyness.
Flutters in a gilded cage
The International Women's Day is almost here. ANJANA RAJAN catches up with an attempt to shift the focus to the fairer sex.
Beauty with compassion
NIKITA ANAND, Sunsilk Femina Miss India Universe 2003, will soon join the ranks of ramp scorchers hoping to set the silver screen ablaze. The film is R.K. Creations' yet untitled love story, in which she plays the love interest of Kiran Jhanjani, ...
Hail the nail
Pamper your nails with a stylish makeover and you will never shy away from flaunting them.
Be friends with Celina
"Janasheen" may have failed her but Celina Jaitley now wants to strike a chord with the common man.
The moon shines, finally!
After several ordeals "Chand Bujh Gaya" is finally ready to illuminate the cine firmament. Young director Sharique Minhaj talks about his struggles before the release in New Delhi.
SO SAYS MANU...
IN TIMES when reality is frequently finding its way to celluloid, director Manu Rewal has framed something, which has advertently become a way of life. We are talking about corruption captured in its different hues by Manu in his acclaimed ...
BHAWNA SATSANGI speaks to singer Vaishali Sawant, whose latest album "Love Songs" has just hit the market.
Fun and Food at Nirula's
THALI HAS been a traditional way of serving meals in the usual Indian restaurants. The traditional thali system is quite popular across the states as one gets more than one type of curries and food at once on a platter. Taking this concept ...
Over a cup of tea
LUNCH TIME in any college canteen is jam-packed. The venue may differ but not the sight. Students jostling for space near the counter to place orders and then the rush to get their food to the tables at this peak period is an everyday picture. ...
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