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THE QUTB and Humayun's Tomb have both been declared World Heritage monuments, which is cause for some satisfaction, but what about the hundreds of other monuments which dot Delhi? Many of them have been taken over by the homeless and some by ...
THERE ARE pure diamond jewellery items ranging from parleys to heavy necklace designed by Priyanka Modi. They all come between Rs.50,000 and 12 lakh. More than three centuries old Thewa work fused with gold, Hyderabad pearl jewellery and more at ...
Show to show off special needs...
WITH MORE and more people getting dress conscious, fashion shows in India are no more anything novel. Flaunt it, if you have it, that's what most such shows seem to direct a potential fashion buff to. But, what was displayed by the models at the ...
Understated elegance of the Orient
FASHION DESIGNERS Shobana and Vijay Arora manifested their artistic impression on fabric in their spring summer collection, `Anant', at New Delhi's Hyatt Regency this past week. Though the show started one hour behind schedule - since lots of ...
Abhishek Bachchan, star son of Amitabh and Jaya Bachchan, displays his positive approach when he asserts that even his box office duds are hits by virtue of the quality work he put in. MADHUR TANKHA catches up with him on the sets o f "Run" in Noida's Asian Academy of Film and Television.
Time to step into Sanjay Dutt's shoes
WITH SANJAY Dutt's potential as a big star, whose charisma draws crowds in droves, again being realised after the success of the film, "Kaante" to make him a brand ambassador is not a bad idea. Marco Ricci, one of the leading Italian high fashion ...
Espying a need for reasonably priced albums of classical music to attract buyers, Music Today has come out with Sangeet Sartaj, a series by some of the legends of Hindustani classical music. ANJANA RAJAN lends an ear... .
Chords & Notes
THE MUSIC of this film might be its fast track to box office success. The songs not only have lilting music but also splendid lyrics. This is encouraging as there aren't many good songwriters in the industry. Side A starts off with "Chura Liyaa ...
REMEMBER "MOULIN Rouge"? Well, a couple of years later you will remember "Chicago" as well. It is not a film you can put your feet up, relax and watch. Here, stage veteran-turned film director Rob Marshall grabs you by the collar, takes you ...
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