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Bridging the DIVIDE
In "Diplomatic Divide", just released by Roli Books in New Delhi, former Pakistan ambassador to India, Humayun Khan and G. Parthasarathy, former Indian ambassador to Pakistan, proffer their first-hand understanding of the equation. SANGEETA BAROOA H PISHAROTY compares the notes.
Lifestyle

Designs on death
CHIFFON AS the metaphor for happiness, cowl necks standing for freedom, heavy jacquards representing the death of Jesus, designers Nikhil and Shantanu are resurrecting the Lord through their collection, "After Death... " this India Fashion Week. ...


Celebrating, the Bollywood way
IT WAS Bollywood through and through at Oriflame India's display of the looks for the coming season. The musical fashion show that took place at New Delhi's Grand Hotel borrowed all the extravagant ingredients of Bollywood, from popular themes to ...
Tarana for fashion
IF TALK of fall-winter collection prepares you for silk, woollens and dark shades, then have a look at Tarana Masand's collection in the coming India Fashion Week and you will recollect that winters could be hot in Mumbai and humid in Chennai, ...
Personality

A poem a day...
ZIYA US SALAM speaks to Ruskin Bond, now busy writing poems everyday.
Size doesn't matter
Here is an actor who is certain he can turn the second fiddle into a solo lead, on the strength of his performance. ANUJ KUMAR meets Sameer Soni, who is looking forward to dancing like a man.
High on harmony
`MUSIC CAN give a film the initial kick. After this, only if the film is good enough, both the music and film will flourish. It is a symbiotic relationship.' Indeed it is, and who can deduce it better than music director, Raju Singh, whose first ...
Dream on...
Did anyone say life is not a dream? Writer Ashwini Bhatnagar begs to differ. Stop dreaming and we are dead, he tells HUMRA QURAISHI.
Webware

One world, many causes
The Internet is a two-way medium. The audience can put in their response. It is a people's medium.
Eating Out

Food to stay in fine fettle
"I make mutton do pyaaza very well. Also vegetable biryani. I make it with crushed carrots, potato and gobhi. I was born in U.P., so I make arhar dal well. I have an apron and everything for my cooking."
Choose your food
THERE IS no more a need for hunting for a multi-cuisine food outlet that does more than just serve everything, that is available everywhere. Just step into Ploof located in the Lodhi Colony market. A mere overview of the extensive menu at Ploof ...
Drama

Love is... having differences
FOR SURE, famous writer Dave Meurer might have thought of the likes of Raj Kaushal and Mandira Bedi as an `imperfect couple' when he said that a great marriage is not when the `perfect couple' come together. It is when an imperfect couple learns ...
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