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Music, memories... homage to a maestro
EVEN IF Hindi doesn't happen to be a singer's mother tongue, mastery over the flow of words and their correct pronunciation is an essential prerequisite to become a professional Bollywood singer. But try asking this question to Hindi playback ...
Fuji show fails to click
IT PROMISED to be a great spectacle but turned out to be a damp squib. Scribes were waiting with bated breath to see one of the top heroines of Bollywood, Aishwarya Rai at New Delhi's The Park for the launch of Fuji colour green card. Aishwarya ...
Poem seeking the writer...
There are Yoga experts who talk of virtues of celibacy. There are writers who talk of looking within for inspiration. There are economists who talk of finding solutions through internal restructuring. Then there is Dhananjaya Kumar, a poet, a writer, a Yoga expert, a former World Bank official. He reveals his secrets here to ZIYA US SALAM...
Inimitable with brush... and pen
K.G. Subramanyan is not exactly fond of talking of his works. But his works speak for themselves. For proof just leaf through a retrospective on the seasoned artist, says OM GUPTA... .
When Norah Jones won the Grammy Award, Pandit Ravi Shankar's phone did not stop ringing. Now, the maestro has moved on to other things. Like opening a music school in New Delhi to hone the skills of the talented, finds out RANA A. SIDDIQUI....
`JAPANESE FOOD is bland, full of raw fish. In Italy, specially Venice to Moreno, the food tends to taste a little monotonous. To add taste and colour, they use black ink!' This is not a food connoisseur speaking, helping you guide what to eat ...
Udupi comes to Adchini...
SARAVANA BHAWAN maybe the latest addition to New Delhi's menu card but South Indian food has always had takers in the Capital. Delhi offers a wide array of cuisines to choose from. South Indian and North Indian food in all the infinite variety ...
Hello Delhi! Saravana calling
Now in Delhi, the well-known chain restaurant Saravana Bhawan lays out an array of delicious South Indian dishes, all for a few bucks. SUMITRA SENAPATY recommends a visit after trying out the fare... .
BOLLYWOOD'S DOWNSLIDE will go. Things will pick up. The low phase of films flopping is temporary. Maybe due to the World Cup, maybe because a few bad films hit the market. But there is potential for growth in the entertainment industry. Hope? ...
Good life, good people, good feeling
WITH MATERIAL life taking a turn towards greater advancement every day, here is a one-roofed platform to see and sieve, question and get answers and have fun too. Named `The Goodlife Show,' it's a five-day fair to be unveiled at New Delhi's ...
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