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Monday, June 03, 2002
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THIS CASSETTE is both a delight and a despair. First the good part. It is uniformly good with music director Daboo Malik proving that he has made rapid progress after a belated start. Most of the nine songs are the kind you won't mind listening ...
THE WORLD is drunk on soccer these days. So are Delhiites. Offering them something unusual over next couple of weeks is the United Colours of Benetton house which has introduced its Soccer Collection designed in the spirit of the 2002-FIFA World ...
TAKE LEAVE of reason, send your finer sensibilities on a summer vacation and enjoy "Hum Kisise Kum Nahin", a David Dhawan film in his own inimitable style, though a trifle tardy at times. Slow by Dhawan's fact-paced standards but you won't mind ...
In this summer of Mango Madness SUMITRA SENAPATY tries to derive some sense by savouring special offerings at the Grand Hyatt and the Oberoi's in New Delhi
IT IS holiday time and Delhi's art life seems to have fallen a victim to the summer heat. Even if the weather is getting better, the off-season continues. Nevertheless, Delhiites can pick the best of what they have. Presenting a concert at ...
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