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Monday, December 02, 2002
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Craze fuels race for cars
The Rogi Sahayata Trust in coordination with the State Health Department enables polio-afflicted children stand firm on their feet.
With the Mrs. Gladrags crown resting firmly on her head, Tania Soni is raring to go for the Mrs. World contest at Las Vegas in 2003.
EXCEPT FOR the title number, sung by veteran S.P. Balasubrahmanyam, rest of the songs in this much-awaited film remain mediocre. Meme Indians is the opening number in this tape and aims at national integration, which is just fine but the ...
Cast: Srikanth, Sonali Bendre, Prakashraj, Raviteja, Uttej, Brahmaji, Sangeeta Music: Devi Sri Prasad Dir: Krishna Vamsee IN THESE disturbed times of senseless militancy and terrorism, viewing a film on this very subject makes ...
Rest is all fun and frolic in the college campus. Even the hero's father (Chandramohan) becomes a target of stale jokes, reflecting the bad taste with which the subject is written. The hero's name is Ratna (Tarakaratna), a college going boy. ...
Touch of India
THE ONLY reason to watch The Guru is to see Heather Graham do jhatkas and matkas dressed in K3G kind of ornate ghaghras to the tune of It's Electrifying from Grease. Then there is Marisa Tomei ...
Be it theatre or films, Prema Karanth has an undiminishing passion for art, specially if children are her target.
Make these delicacies when the vegetable is in season.
Swarovski's Crystal Fest offered a platform for the Swarovski Collectors Society to exchange views as well as gave valuable tips on caring for crystal.
Handlooms for your home
An ongoing handloom expo at the Ankit Handloom showrooms at Koti and Basheerbagh gives a glimpse of the ethnic stuff from different States.
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