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Manna from Mansur
Ever tried a foot massage at the end of a tiring day? It's next best to heaven. But if you're too tired, Mehboob Sherief will do the job for you.
French artist Ferranti goes from Goa to Portugal, and the result is some ornate, dramatic pictures. An exhibition featuring the pictures of this artist was on at the Alliance Francaise.
Well-being comes in one piece, and repression in one area will not leave other areas unaffected, says Githa Hariharan, who was in town last week, and whose latest book places Basavanna in a communally tense present.
A club of 80 women set up in Oakland back in 1921, Soroptimist now helps women in very different situations everywhere, from victims of domestic violence to those who want to read and write.
An entire generation remembers the iconic status CSNY once commanded. A new generation can now check out their CD.
It is hard to find a sports administrator who can show both passion and vision, and P.N. Sankaran is among the very few in the country to have proved their mettle as able and energetic administrators in sports disciplines as varied as basketball, cri cket, and football.
EARLIER THIS month, Karisma Kapoor had a concert in Amsterdam with Salman Khan, Akshay Kumar, and Mahima Chowdhary. Kareena and mom Babita took off to London for a three-day impromptu vacation. "We just shopped and shopped until we dropped, and ...
AFTER THE success of Ek aur ek gyarah, Sanjay Dutt will team up with David Dhawan again. "We are yet to zero in on the script and other details," says Sanjay while shooting for Mani Shankar's Rudraksha. As for Sanjay Gupta, after ...
Antara plays Madhuri
ANTARA MALI must be on cloud nine! She is in Ram Gopal Varma's next film too. So what, one would ask? Antara's excitement lies not just in bagging the film but being selected to play Madhuri Dixit! Varma's film, "Main Madhuri Dixit Banna Chahti ...
THOSE 41 threatening calls from Salman Khan to Vivek Oberoi have rocked Bollywood for quite a while, what with a section of the media carrying reactions from several professionals in the field almost for a week. Raging tempers saw Sanjay Leela ...
Aussie cookies come to City
Bangalore has a new entrant in Cookie Man cookies from Australia. Of course, they come in mouth-watering flavours. But considering their exorbitant prices, our humble Iyengar bakery goodies might as well give them a run for their money.
HOLIDAY PACKAGES can be quite refreshing, especially if they come with the luxury of spas and massages. This time the Oberoi Hotels has come out with two interesting offers. They are Himalayan Vacation and Unforgettable Experiences. The ...
THE EMPLOYEES of Dell International Services spent time with children of Ananya School, a learning centre for underprivileged children on the outskirts of the city, on the occasion of Easter. The idea was to lend hope and optimism to the less ...
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