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Monday, October 21, 2002
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War with the white collar
Signal of despair
The sight of children begging at traffic signals is common. Some shrug them away, others give them a few coins, but how many are really sensitive to their plight?
Packaged water has flooded the market. Even multinationals have entered the fray. The common man, on his part, has confused packaged drinking water with mineral water. The Prevention of Food Adulteration Act stipulates that natural mineral ...
Celery, a Mediterranean herb, has, of late, begun to find its way into Indian cuisine.
The plays, staged at the Soorya Theatre Festival, were applauded both by the connoisseur and the layman.
`Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai' has to do without anchor Farooq Sheikh for three months, but his replacement is likely to cause ripples in the world of TV. It is Suresh Oberoi who has replaced Farooq as the anchor of the Zee show from October 18. Farooq ...
Madheads strike it rich!
A Nationwide hunt for the craziest cricket fan, the ultimate `cricket madhead', by ESPN Star Sports, has found 15 fanatic cricket lovers who would go to any lengths to prove their love for the sport. Harsha Bhogle screened an overwhelmingly large ...
Advantage Sony MAX
The ICC Champions Trophy cricket was definitely the best thing to happen to Sony MAX. A whopping 49.9 million viewers watched the cricket matches played in Colombo, giving the channel a 15.2 per cent increase in audience size. Continuing the ...
Kairali TV going great guns
Kairali TV's eclectic fare of 51 variety weekly programmes, plus seven daily news bulletins, seems to be popular. Encouraged by the success of the channel, promoters Malayalam Communications Ltd. plan to launch an exclusive news channel within ...
Zee's `Thursday Premiere'
The telecast of recently released films has started an industry debate, but it is a trump card in the `Har Ghar Par Premier' strategy of Zee Telefilms, which aims at bringing the magic of Bollywood's recently released movies to millions of ...
The latest album from `Bombay Vikings' has an interesting fusion of some hardcore dance and `bhangra' style beats. Check out its Latino feel and `bindaas' lyrics.
Jyothishkiran's restaurant is an all-dosa affair. He has aptly named it `Dosa Hut'. The restaurant, which was started a few weeks ago at Aristo Junction, has caught the attention of many dosa-lovers and has been accepted by the initial set of ...
Serve these ice creams and watch everyone drool over them.
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