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Tripping on tresses
Brent Barber, an Australian hairdresser who won his stars in the Mecca of the hairdressing world, London, comes to Bangalore to teach youngsters how to go snip-snip, writes BHUMIKA K.
Columns

Carrying much baggage
The Boy With The Suitcase is great theatre


METRO FORUM
Holy or not?

Religion is always an out-of-bounds topic. We at the MetroPlus understood this only too well when we tried to seek the opinion of city residents on the cash and gold found stashed at the late Sai Baba's personal quarters. We were met with ...
Cinema

Finding his groove
Bangalore boy Saad Khan believes that in India, young talent is not promoted enough
Music

Making music everywhere
Young composer Sachin Gupta whose fascination for music takes him places


BEAT STREET

The Carlsberg Exceptionals is the record of the week, and what a rewarding risk they have taken with this compilation album of independent Indian bands. The album opens with Delhi-based band Menwhopause who have in recent months been active on ...
Style

Sunshine store
Yellow Button has beautiful clothes, accessories and stuff for your home
Travel

Raining offers

Polama.com – a portal that allows you to compare holiday options from various providers has special packages on offer for this monsoon

Every year, the month of June heralds the end of the stifling summer's heat and the onset of the ...


An Arabian odyssey
Dhows on an azure sea, a camel's long legs casting end-of-the-day shadows up the sides of dunes, the warmth exuding from a cup of kahwa … Oman offers all this and more
INSIDE STORY
The oddballs of Hampi
Caesar Baba, the Italian sadhu; Robert, the French painter who rides a Bullet; Meera, the Danish yogi…
Some Indian desert?
Discover the romance of Rajasthan in Jaisalmer, the gateway to the Thar
Events

MetroPlus Theatre Fest
Here's your chance to volunteer for The Hindu MetroPlus Theatre Festival, 2011
People

Style and substance
Ranjit Lal's writings offer something for everyone. The seasoned author has now come out with a new novel, Black Limericks
Ridleys! Believe it or not
Conservationist Supraja Dharini on her work to save Olive Ridleys



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