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Four stories and one man
Heroine of the Odyssey
The Royal Enfield is three times her weight. She stands only 5 feet 2 inches tall. She is only one of two women to complete the Himalayan Odyssey, a 2700 km Royal Enfield-sponsored ride from Delhi to Khardung La (5602 metres above sea level) this ...
Out to have a blast!
Undaunted by the recent acrimony between the two countries, some Pakistani designers are in the Capital to participate in the Bride and Groom exhibition. Anuj Kumar reports
It takes two to tango
Novelist Irwin Allan Sealy and actor Dhritiman Chaterji exchange ideas on the real and the imagined, on the facade and the essence of their arts
Now crystal takes the form of an elephant! Read on
Local goes global
At a time when industry experts are dreading the onslaught of international fashion brands in the country, Rohit and Laila Rajpal are about to launch a global prêt brand in the country. Few people know that Rohit, the ex-tennis player, comes ...
John turns soft
John Abraham is a head-turner, whether he signs movies, promotes soft drinks or bikes
Chords & Notes
According to the liner notes of this CD, the great Charlie "Bird" Parker warned Dizzy Gillespie and Miles Davis that the new kid on their trumpet block, Chet Baker, was going to give them sleepless nights. In fact, a well-known jazz encyclopaedia ...
Remembering the maestros
Music is the medium through which we can immortalise the great geniuses of our times
Here come curries from Coorg
This cuisine is surely not too often heard of in Delhi. But that doesn't mean it has nothing exceptional to offer. In fact, connoisseurs of food have always considered Coorgi food as something really special. Bringing a bouquet of interesting ...
A wake-up call
The FICCI Ladies Organisation (FLO) recently organised a seminar on breast cancer awareness and protection against it in association with the California Prune Board. R.A. Badwe, Head, Surgery and Breast Cancer, Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai, ...
The Charles Wallace India Trust invites applications for the year 2007-2008 from talented and dynamic Indians, normally with a minimum of four years work experience and between the ages of 25 and 38 years, to study or to train in the U.K. in ...
Eat healthy, stay healthy
For a `Hrithik Roshan body', visiting a gymnasium is not quite enough. You have to club it with healthy eating
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