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Down Mayapuri Lake... many fascinating tales
THE MAYAPURI Lake, below the Naraina-Mayapuri flyover, is facing bad days now. But some years ago it used to be full during the rainy season and a pleasing sight to heat-stricken eyes. Then hyacinth was planted in it and a lot of discarded ...
A tale of two sisters
ZOHRA SEGAL may be every Indian film and theatre watcher's favourite grandma, but this August brings a special treat to Delhiites in the form of "Aik Thee Nani", - a play by Nadeem Shahid, directed by Madiya Gauhar of Pakistan - in which ...
Salman's date with fame... Tere Naam
RIDING ON myriad controversies and record advance booking comes back Salman Khan, courting name and fame with "Tere Naam". For a large part he succeeds and manages to pull off the lover boy act yet again. As the obsessive lover, the role may ...
Love on a war footing
Travelling a long Road since he announced Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya, Rajat Mukherjee sees every new film as his first. And now he has declared war in the name of love. S.M. YASIR speaks to the director of "Love in Nepal"... .
No blues for the Blue God
A number of music companies have come out with albums on the occasion of Janmashtami. ANJANA RAJAN lends an ear and concludes there is something to suit a variety of musical palates... .
Chords & Notes
HERE IS some good news for ghazal lovers. Virgin Records has just launched the first volume of Ghazal king Mehdi Hasan's renderings. His is one voice that, like in the case of wine, gets richer, finer and more mature as time goes by. Mehdi Hasan, ...
Fine fare across the river
For those living on the other side of the river, Haveli/Haowin at Mayur Vihar is an ideal neighbourhood restaurant, says SUMITRA SENAPATY, after relishing the delectable dishes.
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