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Nursing high hopes
Sony under a spell
Ashwini Bhide sings the mantra of success.
New Age of Hinglish
IT IS no big deal anymore, that remix albums are selling like hot cakes. A few months ago, Indipop saw a renaissance in the remix scene, kick-started by a song by DJ Aqeel called "Tu Hai Wohi". "Kaliyon Ka Chaman" by Shashwati, "Kaanta Laga" by ...
More elbow room for tennis
Karnataka State Lawn Tennis Association's grandiose Vision 2000 envisaged creation of a number of public tennis courts in the City. The Bangalore Mahanagara Palike is playing along this tennis-for-the-masses programme.
Savouring coconut country
The ongoing Kerala food festival at ITC Hotel Windsor Sheraton and Towers' Dakshin Restaurant is more palatable for the export market, rather than those used to eating the perfect sadya in a Malayalee friend's home.
NOTHING SEEMS to have gone well with Sooraj Barjatya's Main Prem Ki Deewani Hoon. Not a typical Barjatya film, its struggle at the box-office can be attributed to more than one reason. Hrithik Roshan and Kareena Kapoor have been criticised ...
SO MANY things are being said about Lara Dutta: Bipasha Basu would lose to her in the race, she is the best replacement for Zeenat Aman, she's Abhishek's new friend... It is her forthcoming film, Mumbai Se Aaya Mera Dost opposite ...
A green screen of yellow
Easy to grow, the Yellow Elder or Yellow Trumpet is easy to propagate.
Raising the technology bar
The Hindu-Intel Newspaper in Education workshop was an eye-opener for students. Experts from Intel and other companies gave them a feel of not only the basics in technology, but also its evolution.
The manic vision of genius
Rainer Werner Fassbinder's films continue to haunt viewers decades after they were made. It's not just the storyline but also their narrative that makes them compelling.
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