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ONE HAS to think twice before screaming at the boys playing cricket in the neighbourhood. No, not because they have acquired a special license or have learnt the art of not breaking window panes, but because the Cricketer of the Century, Kapil ...
'Gujarat was a wake up call'
Harsh Mander quit the Gujarat administration unable to bear the callousness with which it handled the annihilation of a minority community. Now part of Action Aid, he talks of how the communal poison has entered the soul of ordinary Indians and conve rted them into perpetrators of brutality.
THE ALBUM from the Danish Uffe Savery and Morten Friis popularly known as the Safri Duo, takes you on a roller coaster voyage that is a mix of trance, pop, and techno supported by some great work at percussions. Starting with the track ...
BEIJING BITES is a Chinese restaurant with a difference. It's different because this new joint in town offers a generous sprinkling of Thai food, which is rather unusual for a Chinese restaurant. Also, Thai food requires special equipment and ...
STRAW HATS, rain caps, soft hats, riding caps, cricket umpire caps, P-caps, felt hats, Dev Anand caps ... You can cover your head in a hundred styles! And come to Bombay Hat Mart and you can take you pick from a mind-boggling variety. Why the ...
Can there be a better way of celebrating our Independence Day and the spirit of diversity that marks our country than bringing together varied streams of music on one stage?
The portable audio player arena is witnessing a coming together of the familiar CD player, and the compact new MP3 format. But the first models to reach here are likely to be a masala mix of confusing technologies, some of them already obsolete.
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