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A statement in blue
Jeans may look casual, unruly, dirty, yet they have a place in the wardrobe of the young and the old. Having undergone change in the last century and a half in terms of style, cuts and embellishment, it remains the most favoured garment, says K ASHIF ALI, while tracing its history.
Lifestyle
Fan fest
Fans from all over the world descend on Cannes every year and happily spend days leaning up against metal crush barriers just for a 10-second glimpse of their favourite star ascending the red-carpeted stairway.
Personality
Bubbling with creativity
Utsav Malhotra, Shravanti Reddy, Karnati Sridhar and Sunil Chinamaneni have just graduated in fashion design. With a passion and zeal for design, these prize-winning students of NIFT are raring to make a mark in the fashion industry.
Cinema
Nothing different
THIS FILM is a remake of the Malayalam film Nandanam, produced by Appachan, who now ventures into Telugu cinema with this remake, directed by an experienced hand, Raviraja Pinisetty. The story is set in the house of a wealthy widow, ...


Simple treatment, fine performances
IT IS back to the basics with Tigmanshu Dhulia's Haasil. The film takes us back to the age and time we thought we had left long behind. It takes us back to young boys who go to college on a bicycle, girls who travel on a manually ...
Pedestrian thriller
JET LI was impressive in his Hollywood debut, Lethal Weapon - 4. He drew our attention with his stillness. He was coiled like a cobra ready to strike - accurately, dangerously and fatally. Unfortunately after that the only other ...
Some fulfilment, some negation
HONEY IRANI need not surrender to compliments. Her ways have to be admired, her lines good enough to bear repetition, her sensitivity worthy of emulation. However, let's refrain from too much adulation as her debut venture Armaan has ...
Information Technology
Ring in the good times
From metallic beeps and loud rings to Mozart, Beethoven and Rahman, ring tones have come a long way.
Music
Chords & Notes
THIS ALBUM comes as a pleasant surprise in terms of the music tuned by Jatin-Lalit. For it seems to be one of their best (barring the blockbuster Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge which was more on commercial lines) and perhaps more taxing ...
Eating Out
It's different
New items await the gourmet at Curry n Rice in Taj Banjara.
Cuisine
Chill with cucumbers
Even if it is too hot to eat, it is never too hot for totally `thanda' cucumber. Spread the artic freeze around family and friends with these cool recipes.
Events
Holistic healing
The hour-long meditation session to receive the synthesising forces of life, for self and planetary uplift at the Taj Krishna was a rejuvenating experience for all who participated.

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