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Soulful to the core
Pandit Vishwa Mohan Bhatt enraptured the select few present at the Rameshwar Khemka auditorium, Indian School of Business with his scintillating play on the mohan veena. This maestro of classical and fusion music, is likely to collaborate in a ventur e with Eric Clapton sometime next year, writes RADHIKA RAJAMANI.
Fashion
The floral story
The Spring-Summer '03 Collection from Varsha Mahendra presents a refreshing floral theme united with a shaded fluid look.


The feel-good line
The summer men's wear line at Con'traditions leans towards sporty chic featuring garments that not only look good and fit well but also feel good to wear.
Music
Chords & Notes
MANISHARMA PROVES his versatility in this album. Out of the six songs two on the flip side are good scores. The album begins with Mellanga Raavoi (sung by Udit Narayan and Sunitha) a folksy one - the kind of songs one has heard ...
Cuisine
Tangy summer delights
Summer time is mango time, so indulge in pickles and chutneys of this golden fruit.
Events
Translation as discovery
The seminar on Translation and Empowerment, an intellectual treat, brought in many languages and voices. It affirmed the cardinal truth that, for a multilingual country like ours, translation could be the best means for strengthening our pluralistic cultural heritage.
Special puja
A series of `poojas' are being conducted at Skandagiri Temple from today till April 16 .
Insite
Unwire the Web
Government's legalising of WiFi, coupled with Intel's new Centrino technology for Net-enabled notebooks promises a new era of untethered Internet access for India's "Young and Restless."
Entertainment
Lack of cohesive story line
THIS FILM has a message for the youth - not to commit suicide if they fail in their exams or get less percentage of marks. Tarak (Tarakratna) takes up this mission as he had a bitter experience in his life, when his sister did the same . ...
No Gadar here and no great heroics
AFTER HIS much talked about Gadar Anil Sharma plays it safe. Too safe, as it turns out. After the provocative Gadar, he tries to strike a balance here. Hence, we have a Muslim soldier in the army of three taking on Pakistan, now ...
Stuck in a time warp
BEN AFFLECK is affable, middling good looking and 6 ft 4" but unfortunately just not super hero material and Daredevil instead of soaring upon the wings of imagination grinds to a clunky stop. The film has neither the fun element of ...
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