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From now to eternity... the Yogic way
SHE SPEAKS in American English. Bears to the core, the etiquettes that the Westerners are identified with: less hand movement, shrugging shoulders to emphasise her point, a quick wink to make up for her pause and most important, never forgetting ...
Architect of his own career
A MAN can go places on the film firmament if he has the right contacts and possesses a degree from a renowned foreign institute of acting. For Ritesh Deshmukh, son of Maharashtra's Chief Minister, Vilas Rao Deshmukh, to do or not to do K. Vijaya ...
The `Talaash' continues...
SHE MAY not be able to carry a film on her shoulders but she is gifted with good looks and can make people turn their heads. Enchanting and lissom, Pooja Batra makes one of her increasingly infrequent appearances in Suneel Darshan's, "Talaash"-- ...
Time to begin a new innings...
MADHUR TANKHA speaks to Ben Nealon who essayed the role of Lt. Smith in the Oscar-nominated "Lagaan".
Classrooms at the grassroots
Pramila Bhargava is all set to launch her practical workbook on child labour. "The Elimination of Child Labour" is not a fanciful pipedream, but an account of a dream that came true for thousands and can come true for millions more. ANJANA RAJA N reports... .
The Sultan of Kotla at the Taj
IT WAS to be an evening of food and music at New Delhi's Taj Mahal hotel's Haveli, the Indian cuisine restaurant. It actually belonged to Dilip Vengsarkar, a tall upright man who has achieved so much yet speaks so little about himself that if ...
IF EATING grilled food excites you then Gurgaon's Above The Equator restaurant fits the bill. Not only the ambience is perfect you get to see the chef preparing king-sized prawns, chicken and fish pieces before you. You also have the discretion ...
The pleasure of eating good food is heightened by an agreeable ambience. Trying out the recently opened Ego Thai that brings to Delhi the authentic flavours and fragrances of Thailand through the expertise of some of the best chefs of that country, in an environment revved up by paintings and memorabilia, MADHUR TANKHA finds it a meal to remember... .
FOLLOWING IN the footsteps of the well-known annual Dubai shopping festival, New Delhi's Shoppers' Stop retail departmental chain has launched a 43-day shopping fest for Delhiites. Consumer durables ranging from cosmetics to electronics items ...
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