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No heat, no dust, a charmer in custody
WITH SPRING round the corner and summer soon to follow, it's time for designers to come out with their latest creations. The designer duo of Shantanu and Nikhil, known for their vibrant shades specially for the young, unveiled their spring/summer ...
Want to gift someone you love? Never mind if the Valentine's Day is over and the gift shop in your colony does not have what it takes to inspire you. Drive down with RANA A. SIDDIQUI to Janakpuri's CraftArcade where beautiful handicr aft items beckon you... .
IT WAS Reality Bite, a Star News programme on S.K. Nair, an Army soldier, who died in Kargil War and all hell broke loose on his aging, ailing parents. Ashwini Chaudhary cried after witnessing the agony, pain, insult and emotional turmoil that ...
Coming out with her latest book justifying non-violence, "Lesser Breeds", writer Nayantara Sahgal tells SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY that it is the only answer to restore sanity in society... .
Life in words... on the run
SUCHITRA BEHAL gets across to Choman Hardi, a Kurdish poet, who writes of displacement, exile, refugees. And a lot more.
YOU MIGHT be having a preconceived notion that fashion designers churn out dresses for those endowed with lots of money. This line of thought is correct but if it is for providing a healing touch for an altruistic cause like Cancer Patients Aid ...
GIRISH SHRIVASTAVA speaks to Sahitya Akademi awardee Rajesh Joshi, a Hindi poet who believes that the essential role of literature is in its anti-establishment potential and that poetry is the only true and trusted voice in an era o f consumerist madness... .
Master Chef Sanjeev Kapoor of "Khana Khazana" fame has joined hands with Hotel City Park and lent his expertise to a new restaurant, The Yellow Chilli. MADHUR TANKHA finds his philosophy of food as enjoyable as the succulent fare he serves up...
THE PASTEL greens at Golden Phoenix seem to soothe Mahesh Bhatt's ardour and zeal. Fiercely individualistic, there seems to be a restlessness in him that can be compared to the turn and ebb of the ocean. Life has no full stops, he says over a ...
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