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A deck to treasure
Wherever he may be, Maqbool Fida Husain has a knack of being in the news. He was in town last week to release the English version of his autobiography.
The Swingers is the latest dance institute to open in Bangalore.
Discovery of a wedding
A Bangalore family agreed to be filmed as part of Discovery Channel's series on world weddings coming soon to a TV set near you.
This fortnight at Music World...
The 70-year-old Taj Hotel near Russell Market makes the best traditional biriyani in Bangalore. The food is so irresistible that even high-profile politicians and film stars throng the humble eatery.
For Lucknowi khana khazana
EVER DREAMED of sinking your ivories into a succulent piece of meat straight off the coals? Your dream can come true at Badsha, the Awadhi speciality restaurant at Golden Palms Spa and Resort. This open-air restaurant beside the pool beckons the ...
SUMMER IS here and so are pastel shades. If you're looking at doing up your home this season, do away with those dark and heavy fabrics and go in for the net, organza and lace selections, available at Upasak Furnishings, that opened recently in ...
New chips launched last week promise a heightened computing experience by fooling the PC into working twice as fast.
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