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Forging ahead with Ekta
All for Delhi's hidden heart
LOOKING FOR the hidden heart of Delhi can be an exciting adventure, with whispers of the secrets of the Masonic Lodge. One remembers Barrister Nuruddin Ahmed, who was also Mayor of Delhi thrice, coming to offer Fateha at the grave of his wife ...
Eat healthy, stay healthy
SUMMER SEEMS to be that season of the year when many aspects of people's lifestyle change. Be it going in for comfortable cotton on the garment side or light and healthy diet on the food front, change for better is the name of the game. Keeping ...
Mona Singh, better known to us as Jassi of "Jassi Jaissi Koi Nahin", tells SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY that despite the serial's great success, nobody recognises her in real life.
The master of fumbles
BY THE time viewers got used to seeing his directorial ventures almost every other month, Mahesh Manjrekar started making screen appearances in the interim. If Kaante's fumbling gangster established him, a déjà vu in Plan went awry. ...
At your feet
IT IS believed that your attire is incomplete without proper footwear. There are the footwear savvy who pick up footwear from visits abroad and look for the best in international brands. But with overseas brands making an entry into India, they ...
A new `Raga'
NAMITA, A woman next door, is not just a home manager. Donning several hats through her daily life, she manages to stay career focussed. She is not the only one. She belongs to a segment that is growing in numbers, with specific needs, which are ...
Walking Tall? Not quite!
FIRST COMES pride. Then the fall. But here in Punit Issar's film, there is nothing to extol, nothing to exult over, nothing rising over a sea of mediocrity, absolutely nothing to take pride in. There is just a free fall, and if one must succumb ...
Bhor... a new sunrise?
JUGALBANDI OF rap and raga, tabla and techno. Sounds a bit bizarre. But they seem to master this genre of music. The musician duo of Mayur Nagvekar and Udyan Sagar of the group Bandish Projekt is on a roll with their album Bhor making waves ...
Let them eat cake
THIS ONE is for all those with a sweet tooth. Bread and More at N-17, Greater Kailash Part-I in New Delhi has come out with new, exotic varieties of cakes, cookies and pastries. You can take your pick from options like fresh mango jaconde cake, ...
In God's abode
IF YOU plan a trip to Badrinath, at least don't divulge the news till you leave. Pokey neighbours, concerned family, officious friends would prance around with advice and requests: "Bring us prasad," "Pack woollens," "Watch out for the rains," ...
Dancing non-stop for Guinness glory
AN IDEA can change one's life. And when an idea gets associated with something as prestigious and popular as the Guinness Book of Records, peoples' excitement and enthusiasm knows no bounds. In an effort to help Delhi's citizens make it to the ...
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