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Monday, September 16, 2002
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A lucky man at large... .
At a time when every actor or director is launching his or her son, daughter or nephew and niece, Manoj Kumar's niece Deeksha has made a quiet entry into Bollywood with "Yeh Kaisi Mohabbat", released at cinema halls across Delhi this past week. RANA A. SIDDIQUI speaks to the girl who wants to work with Yash Chopra... .
THIS ALBUM contains a number of gems rendered by some of the best classical singers of our times. The first side contains the ragas Basant, Miyan Malhar, Deskar and Durga sung respectively by Pandit Jasraj, the doyenne Gangubai Hangal, the ...
Want to step out with your family for a bite without digging a hole into your pocket? Drive straight to Wok `N" Noodle Bar in South Delhi's Greater Kailash-II market. SUMITRA SENAPATY has a feast with chopsticks and more... .
East or West, Living Tree strikes a chord in every heart. Want to experience the rhythm, the joy of life? Then head towards New Delhi's Kamani auditorium with LEELA VENKATARAMAN this coming Friday... .
IF YOU have not been to a music school, this one is for you. If you want to graduate in the school of life, it is just right for you. If music is the breath of a film with a singer as the central character, this one is never found panting, never ...
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