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When the heart aches
In an era when songs become dated in two months, Shahryar's words still retain their haunting effect, finds ANUJ KUMAR
Sport

Football, virtually
India wins Asia Pacific Cartoon Network Toon Cup


Bright future for badminton
National coach Pullela Gopi Chand says things are looking up for Indian badminton with our players performing well in international tournaments
Columns

FITNESS FORUM
A good sport
Zafar Iqbal, former captain and coach of the national hockey team, indulges in a combination of exercise routines to keep fit beyond the arena of professional sport
One step at a time
Walking more helps reduce risk of metabolic syndrome
The curtain rises
Purdah Bagh, Delhi's only park reserved for women, deserves urgent attention at a time when the whole city is getting a facelift
Simply home theatre
Bose comes out with new home theatre systems
Before history evaporates
The sooner Agrasen ki Baoli is refurbished, the better for New Delhi
Dial ‘M' for Minissha
Minissha Lamba on “Well Done Abba”, Shyam Benegal and modelling
Fistful of brawn
Prashant Narayanan on his new movie “Mr Singh Mrs Mehta”
TIMEOUT
Sweet valley high!

This resort is all about terraced gardens, forest, blooming flowers and cottages with a touch of warmth! I am the first guest to the newest suite of Raj A. Sukumar's resort that boasts wooden flooring, mirrors on the walls and a big disco ...
Food

THERELUCTANT GOURMET
Pouring over coffee
From Monsooned Malabar to frappuccinoes and filter coffee…taste the romance of the hot, strong, dark cuppa


All are welcome
The Mocha outlet in Greater Kailash hopes to reach out to a more vibrant crowd through menu additions and revamped interiors
Sweet fruit of labour
‘Mangalicious Mango' at The Lalit gets the king of fruits off its pedestal to bond with surprising flavours
CHEF'S CORNER
Pan it right
The fancy method of Japanese teppanyaki cooking can be lots of fun
Food Bytes

Raspberry Marshmallows. Salted Caramel Ice Cream. Chocolate Caramel Slice. And a deliciously pink Raspberry ice cream.

It's reassuring to follow the recipes of someone who doesn't stint on butter and dream of treadmills. Whose idea of a ...
Music

Relevance and meaning
For Jam band Something Relevant, inspiration can be anywhere — a truck bumper or a rafting adventure


MY FIVE

One Republic shot to fame in 2002 and became the most popular un-signed band on MySpace. Formed by Ryan Tedder and Zack Filkins, One Republic released their first album Dreaming Out Loud in 2007. This song, their biggest hit till date was ...
Miscellany


Events

YOUR WEEK
Dance Arangetram

Sarod Recital

Photo Exhibition

‘Journey Of A Mystic', the first solo show in India on the series of spiritual thinking photography by Ashok Kochhar.

Venue: Triveni Kala Sangam

Date: June 25 to July 4

Timings: 11 a.m. to ...


Art Show

‘Crossing Over', art show by Amitesh Verma and Andrew Connelly (from California).

Venue: Shridharani Gallery, Triveni

Date: Till June 25

Timings: 11 a.m. to 7 ...


Electoral Reforms

‘Electoral Reforms in India', Speakers: Navin Chawla, CEC, Ram Jethmalani, President, Supreme Court Bar Association and Rajeev Dhavan, senior advocate. Chief Guest: Justice Arijit Passayat, Chairman, Competition Commission of India. ...


Indian Snacks

Savour some sizzling flavours of crispy and tangy Indian snacks like dahi ke kabab, achari murgh tikka, dum ki chaap and more.

Venue: Three Stories, Malhan One, Community Centre, near Sapna cinema, East of Kailash

Date: Till the ...


NOW SHOWING

Mani Ratnam's much awaited take on the Ramayan is here. Abhishek Bachchan plays a modern-day Raavan who kidnaps the wife of a police officer. Aishwarya Rai and Abhishek are in the same frame all over again and southern superstar Vikram makes ...


TUBE WATCH

American tourist Jesse and French student Celine meet on a train from Budapest to Vienna. Sensing that they are developing a connection, Jesse asks Celine to spend the day with him in Vienna, and she agrees. How do two strangers connect ...


CAMPUS HANGOUT
Real in reel time

Asian Academy of Film and Television couldn't have had a better address than Film City, the hub of all the major new channels. As you enter the college, a large idol of Lord Shiva greets you, somehow giving one the impression of a film set. ...


Nasha at Ice Lounge
Music on Father's Day



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