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Monday, March 06, 2006
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A queer case of comedy
Ffolio is exhibiting a range of clothing at its store on Vittal Mallya Road. The clothing has been created by designers Viral and Ashish Parikh of Studio Virtues. The Parikhs have created brocade saris, lehengas, jackets, cholis, corsets, salwar ...
Poompuhar, the sales outlet of the Tamil Nadu Handicrafts Development Corporation, has an ongoing exhibition-cum-sale of jewellery. The sale, on till March 10, offers jewellery from all parts of the country. "The aim of this exhibition is to ...
Fuelled by fan power
John Abraham plays a conceited industrialist in Taxi No. 9211. But in real life, the handsome hunk is a down-to-earth bloke who believes he owes his stardom entirely to his audience
I have not and will never be too much of a fan of gangsta' rap, which is the case I expect with much of the music-listening population anywhere outside of the U.S. After all, this is a form of music that is an integral part of the street culture ...
Pregnant in style
No more worries about form for mothers-to-be. Here are dresses that are just the right fit
Lazing in a casuarina grove
One of the best beaches on the West coast: pristine, unspoilt and you get to see dolphins on a lucky day
Stop star hunts
Why is the media always after celebrities? Aren't there more crucial issues, asks Sudharsan N.
Your hard disk on the Web
The huge space that Google gives users of its email service can be harnessed to carve out a storage facility in cyberspace
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