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Fit, able and willing
HIS SENSE of humour is intact, so is his encouraging attitude, he hasn't lost any of his rudeness either. He would motivate a fumbling anchor to repeat her performance, "Arre, arre koi baat nahin, it happens to me all the time, carry on... ", and ...
Down Memory Lane

The Master story-teller
IT IS nearly 35 years since the publication of John Masters' paper book edition of the `Ravi Lancers', a novel about World War I - and that's a reminder of a meeting with him, a man who fought alongside the Gurkhas and commanded them. One will ...
Film Review

Not a call from the heart
Want to watch "Dil Ne Jise Apna Kahaa"? Listen to your head. Therein lies wisdom, sanity.
Personality

Cause and effect
Model, actress, foodie and now, the new informal ambassador to UNIFEM. Padma Lakshmi in conversation with T. KRITHIKA REDDY.


Still cued in
SHE IS in the nineties but nervousness is the last thing on her mind. Ask her the mantra of sustenance and Zohra Segal shocks you, "It is sex, beta." But the shock is short lived as Zohra confirms what you and me generally attribute longevity ...
Eating Out

Crepe in history...
The 800-year-old crepe is making a comeback with lots of innovations. SUMITRA SENAPATY tastes a few.
Travel

Some palaces, some jewels...
Jaipur is close enough for a day trip from Delhi. Besides its tourist spots, there is plenty to satisfy the intrepid shopper.
Entertainment

Bollywood dreams
`I WAS born to be on the screen of Bollywood... ' sings Aakash, the lead character of the famous Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical play Bombay Dreams. The story of Sahil Gupta, who debuted in the recently released movie Let's ...
Catching India live
CNN ANCHOR Veronica Pedrosa came to India for the first time recently. Fed on a diet of camera stills and video clippings of the country all this while, she says she "had cultivated a sophisticated view" of India. But of her five-day stint ...

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