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Twenty-two yards to Parliament
Starring ageing silent-era movie star Gloria Swanson as Norma and a young Hollywood screenwriter William Holden as Joe, this is noir at its bleakest and decadent. Featuring some of the most memorable dialogues, sharp editing and gorgeous black ...
LIGHTS, CAMERA, CONVERSATION...
A Super Man
A summer action movie (and a superhero saga at that) can be fun too — well, who knew!
Rajani Subramanian has donated to charity, adopted rescued animals and, leading by example, inspired people to take pets with them while relocating — all this by the ripe old age of 10. The India-born America-based wonder kid insisted on ...
Healthy mind, healthy body
Actor Dia Mirza believes a sound mind is vital to ensure overall robust health
For young hearts
Lack of exercise increases heart risk among kids, says study
How about some dotcom sandwiches?
The Internet gives you countless ideas about the wonders you can do with two slices of bread
Merry and green
Make yourself the perfect Thai green curry at home
White fungus, if included in one's diet, can be an ideal solution to many health-related problems
Röschti is a Swiss dish consisting mainly of potatoes. It was originally a common breakfast eaten by farmers in the canton of Bern, but today is eaten all over Switzerland. Many Swiss people consider röschti a national dish. Made ...
Summers are here in all its fury. If making your child eat healthy appears a steep task now more than ever, Parkland Hotel at Green Park, intends to be of help. Known for their innovative approach to food, “Thrilling Chillz” ...
Matters of the head
What's good for your heart is good for your brain
Half-price, well almost!
A new bookstore offering hefty discounts throughout the day
Let the bobbins fly!
White lace is suddenly out and about. SHALINI SHAH takes note of its many avatars at the Cannes film festival
In search of answers
Swetanshu Bora, a shortlisted playwright, tells the story behind his progressive play, ‘Once, On That Street'
Work of art
Ravi Rastogi tells PARUL SHARMA SINGH how dance opened the doors of fortune for him
Besides teaching generations of young women to cook, BegumMumtaz Khan played a key role in popularising Hyderabadi cuisine in London
No stopping Ramanan
Playback singer, television actor and anchor A. V. Ramanan is now cutting an album featuring whistled sounds mimicking birds, says PRINCE FREDERICK
A walk in the woods
The trees at Biligiri Rangana Hills are perpetually in a state of bliss. In pairs and frozen, they look like they were caught in the middle of a dance by the sparse traffic that passes through the rough, virgin forests they call home. Situated ...
GPS APPS Here are some free and inexpensive navigation apps that will get you to your destination in an innovative way
Play on Chanakya
Adi Yogi Das's play ‘Chanakya'. A saga of the founder of the first Indian Empire, the teacher shows that brain is mightier than the sword because truth always prevails.
Venue: Epicentre, Gurgaon.
Date: May 21
“Soul Survivors”, a solo photograph and video exhibition by Anu Malhotra.
Venue: National Museum, Janpath
Date: Till May 31
Timings: 11 a.m. to 7 ...
Enjoy chilled Draught beer with finger licking global appetisers like crispy fish with Szechuan sauce, grey hound Texas wings, Italian brushchetta, murg sharaabi tikka, bhatti ka kukkad and more.
Venue: United Westend, 29, Central ...
István Szabó's Hungarian feature film Budapest Tales (Budapest Mesek).
This is a symbolic story of the history of Budapest and of the revival of the city after the Second World War.
Venue: Hungarian Cultural Centre, ...
“Until My Freedom Is Come: The New Intifada In Kashmir” Edited by Sanjay Kak. Collab: Penguin Books India
Venue: Habitat Centre
Date: May 25
Timings: 7 ...
Prawaal Raman's psychological thriller is about the eternal dilemma between normal and paranormal. Starring Imaad Shah and Tisca Chopra, the film marks the acting debut of director Nishikant Kamat and also has another director-actor Satish ...
It happens only in India
It's a travel show on India where the bizarre and the unusual rule; an India where history comes alive in the most unexpected ways. In this episode host Malishka introduces us to the quirky and the wonderful in Udaipur, Rajasthan.
Ticket to Bollywood
Another institute on the horizon to churn out actors
Tale of reminiscences
Photographer Dileep Prakash overcomes his innate diffidence to make peace with a lonely past, says NUPUR SHARMA
Qaul of music
Do you know of anyone who sings qawwalis in Hebrew? Here is a creative soul from Israel who made India his home to carry out such experiments
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