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Driven by passion
This past week saw the reopening of Nicholson's Cemetery - now all spruced up - at the good old Kashmere Gate
Food, the fun way
Long gone are the days when diners went only for the trusted and the tasted traditional food. The norm now is, go experimental
`Celebrities can make a difference'
Grandmaster Viswanathan Anand and actor-director Revathi on spreading AIDS awareness
`Har ghar kuch kehta hai', goes a popular tagline. A home is a mirror to perfection where artefacts and design props bring alive a carefully constructed ambience. `Paradox One' a high-end, exclusive home dιcor boutique at the Crescent at the ...
On a firm footing
Looks can be deceptive and this fits pop singer Shael. With a happy go lucky expression, he accredits more to formal training and riyaaz, than is evident. "Music is all thanks to Biddu," he says, attributing his beginnings. With a past of formal ...
Chords and Notes
For those who cringe at the very sight of this album, we have to set the record straight. Paris Hilton knows music. Indeed, unlike the rest of us, she's probably even heard it being played more than once. And, for Paris Hilton - who in the time ...
His chosen one!
His music is as sweet as the stories from his boyhood. M.Balamurali Krishna is a delight in more ways than one, discovers ANJANA RAJAN
He has the credit of ushering in Punjabi beats into Indipop with the likes of "Bolo tara ra ra" and "Dardi rab Rab", etc. in the early `90s. With that and more, music composer Jawahar Wattal has indeed come a long way today with 73 albums and ...
The shehnai effect
Theshehnai, an instrument that was once played in temples during festivals, has travelled a long way from sounding auspicious notes at weddings to becoming an important instrument of classical Hindustani music. Yet, as rock music and other ...
Straight from the hot plate
Live cooking lets diners see the action behind the dish
The beautiful blooms and the many uses of Gliricidia make the tree popular among Nature enthusiasts
Hidden emotions found their way onto the canvas through paintingsexhibited at the Visual Art Gallery in India Habitat Centre recently. The exhibition named, "Stepping in... Stepping out", was a joint collaboration of Art Konsult and Gallery ...
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