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The queen of the `K' kingdom
An upbeat Ekta Kapoor talks about her sustained small screen successes and big screen forays to SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY
Down Memory Lane

In memory of a pious Begum
Named after one of Emperor Shahajahan's wives, Fatehpuri Masjid in Chandni Chowk was in a way a rival of the famous Jama Masjid, says R.V. SMITH
Lifestyle

Time out with Bejan
Sania a Wimbledon bet, a Security Council seat for India but more Katrinas in the offing, Bejan Daruwalla on what future has in store
Cinema

A kasak to go through
Lucky Ali speaks to RANA SIDDIQUI on his role in "Kasak"


Talking about the man with a heart of Gould
Paul Giamatti who plays James Braddock's friend, manager and corner man in "Cinderella Man", speaks about the heady experience
Wheels

Under a new `Norm'enclature
Mahindra and Mahindra equip the Bolero with a turbocharger to meet the Bharat Stage III norms. DEBABRATA SARKAR gives the utilitarian a thorough check
TIGER in the pipe
A new invention allows exhaust gases to be recycled
Virtual Mechanic
Car and bike questions? We have the answers
Chevrolet Tavera Elite
Facing competition from the more modern Toyota Innova, GM has launched a new variant of the Tavera called the Elite (a suffix that GM used earlier for the Corsa). The car features what the company calls `plushfeel interiors' — seats and ...
Fuel saver
Michale Mercantile Limited has just launched Abis-Tech Fuel saver, which can be used in both petrol and diesel run LMVs and HMVs including buses, trucks, generators and tractors besides two-wheelers, three-wheelers and four-wheelers. The company ...
Music

Spirit in motion
Come October 16 and Delhi will see its first half marathon. Organised by the mobile connectivity brand Hutch, the run, Hutch Delhi Half Marathon, will pitch world-class athletes against Delhiites. "All the major cities of the world have their ...
Sport

Carefully reckless
Man and machine seldom find the right sync on the Capital's roads, but at the Delhi Motocross Challenge 2005, the two were tuned to each other, discovers APS MALHOTRA
On the drive!
On first seeing this pleasant young lady who greets you with an affable "Hi!" you would scarcely believe she has anything, even remotely to do with serious motoring. But as the conversation turns to motor sports, a keen eye will catch that gleam ...
Shopping

Heavenly shopping!
A wedding in the family is surely a joyous occasion, but for organisers from either the bride or the groom's side it means a lot more. Long-winding preparations down to the last minute, engaging and coordinating a host of services, pulling out ...
Events

Eventually yours!
Bridal Asia 2005 opens this week in New Delhi. Take a look at what's in store



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