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The highway to high success...
WHEN THE wedding bell rings it is the most important day in the life of any bride and lots of hectic preparation like scouting for appropriate dresses, hairstyle and make-up go into it. To spark the imagination of prospective brides and their ...
Building bonds in the fashion world
FASHION DESIGNING has taken many prodigies of financially strong class in its sweep. And if it is designing for bride, nothing like it. Delhi has suddenly found many designers who are concentrating more on bridal-wear, be it Ritu Kumar or ...
He is fascinated by India and believes ours is the land to be in as the years roll by. An unabashed admirer of the West, he covered the Vietnam War and believes that it holds valid lessons for the US, now contemplating military action against Ir aq. SANJEEV CHOUDHARY speaks to Alexie Vassilliev, a prolific author in New Delhi this past week...
Starting young... and nostalgic
`THE CHILD is the father of man,' thus spoke the famed nature poet Wordsworth. And these days children are proving him correct. Not long ago, did we hear of the exploits of the likes of Parthiv Patel and Tathaghata. Examples abound, so do ...
Mrinal Sen is no longer young or angry. Even his films are more cheerful. DIWAN SINGH BAJELI speaks to the seasoned film-maker whose new offering "Aamaar Bhuvan" attracted interest at the ongoing International Film Festival of India in New Delhi... .
INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL OF INDIA
As it is...
THE CONCEPT of International Film Festival reportedly emanated from a stunningly unlike source: Mussolini! The Italian military supremo believed, that introducing such an event and showcasing it in some picturesque locale of his beautiful country ...
Kents Fast Food at Defence Colony market in South Delhi provides fast food the American way. Want to have a bite?
Regal. Plaza. Standard. Volga. United Coffee House. Yes, they are all in Connaught Place but there is more to this age-old New Delhi favourite than you can see in neon signs on the streets. Come, take a walk around the place, speak to the women pavem ent-sellers and you might just strike the right bargain. MADHUR TANKHA chats up a few to know the tricks of their flourishing trade... .
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