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Have Susan’s word for it!
“The Seine at Noon” portrays Paris shorn of glamour and wealth, author Susan Visvanathan tells P. ANIMA
People

Afghan reflections
Well-thumbed volumes of Khalid Hosseini’s “The Kite Runner” would find a place among the collection of avid readers. The poignant tale of an Afghan lad has also inspired fashion. At the New York Fashion Week later this year, ...
Profiles

A balancing act
Tusshar Kapoor plays a character with many shades in “Aggar” releasing shortly. RANA SIDDIQUI speaks to him


Are you there?
Producer Vaseem Dehlvi on “Kya Tum Ho”
SHABANA AZMI AND MYSORE SHRINIVAS SATHYU ON THE FILM WORLD
‘A happy time for actors now’
She began her career with “Ankur”, and he stormed the cinematic world with “Garam Hawa.” Shabana Azmi and Mysore Shrinivas Sathyu share a relationship that has seen the best moments of alternative cinema in India. One, as ...
Cinema

Faithfully yours
Bhavna Talwar’s “Dharm” receives applause at the Cannes Film Festival
Music

The eternal legend
“Great people never die. Legends like Ustad Bismillah Khan are immortal,” said Soma Ghosh, the adopted daughter of the late Ustad. Ghosh will hold a tribute meeting in memory of the shehnai legend at The Ashok hotel on July 29 and ...
Chords & Notes
“As rivers flow into the sea and in so doing lose name and form, so even the wise man, freed from name and form, attains the Supreme Being, the Self-luminous, the Infinite. He who knows Brahman becomes Brahman.” The Mundaka Upanishad ...
Food

Turn on the tandoor
If the tandoor has made a name for itself on the map of world cuisine, so have the dishes it cooks up
Taste of tradition!
Choupal is hosting a Monsoon Festival
Medieval hospitality
Medieval food comes to Atrium hotel
Events

Rhythm divine
Shanti Hiranand and Pushpa Hans presented a pleasant evening of Sufi music and ghazals in New Delhi the other day
Myth and meaning
Devdutt Pattnaik’s book “Myth-Mithya” attempts to lift the veil of myth from the meaning of life
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