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Of seeds and roots
Vibrant at 72, that's Sir Vidia Naipaul as GOWRI RAMNARAYAN finds out during a `Meet the Author' session in the city
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Photographs on canvas
Studio Indigo makes canvas portraits by digitally replicating photographs and pictures
Personality

Star daughter shines
Sridevi wants to be remembered for her character roles
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London-based DJ Darren Knott feels any music can be adapted for the dance floor


Music of the world
All at one place. Visit the WorldSpace Lounge
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Threads of tradition
LUCKNOW'S AGE-OLD tradition of handcrafted chikankari has found contemporary expression through Seja's creations for men and women which will be on display at an exhibition from October 28 to 30 at the Vimonisha Gallery, 12, Khader Nawaz Khan ...
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Candid confessions
MOVE OVER Shekhar Suman and Simi Garewal. A new breed of TV hostesses will take over from November, trying to elicit candid confessions from celebrities. The most talked about show is Karan Johar's "Koffee with Karan," a talk show on STAR World. ...
Rehash rebounds
DOES ANYBODY get Rajat Sharma's India TV or Bennett & Coleman's Zoom? Both are free-to-air channels, which have been launched recently. Rajat Sharma, the one-time anchor of "Aap Ki Adalat" on Zee TV, is trying to recreate the old magic with a ...
Divya dazzles
IT IS raining cricket on Doordarshan with the India-Australia Test series in full swing. Taking a leaf out of its competitors' books, DD has come up with "Fourth Umpire." It has male commentators in Charu Sharma, Atul Wassan and expert Kris ...
Ghost rules!
SUDDENLY THERE seems to be a plethora of ghost and supernatural serials on the small screen, after the success of "Kadamattathu Kathanar" on Asianet. The serials try to frighten audiences with as many thrills and chills in the story narration. ...
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