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THOUGH BEST known for her trousseau collection, designer Anshu Modi has done away with heavily embroidered work in her summer collection. This Kolkata-based designer, who recently set up a shop in New Delhi, has come up with a cool collection, in ...
Innovating with style...
TOO TANGLED of your personal computing unit being chock-a-block with wires? Thinking about a solution, well here it is - a fashion show with a difference. IBM India and Deepika Govind organised "Style Unwired 2003"at New Delhi's The Grand ...
Champagne time at Dublin!
LIFE IS nothing but a series of ironies for Manoj Bajpai. He loves driving, is absolutely besotted with fast cars; would love to own a fleet of jeeps. Yet he cannot drive. Not that he does not know how to. He is just too restless to concentrate ...
If A. Proctor said it once, Honey Irani experienced it everyday. The child artist of yesteryears and a mature woman of today, a doting mother to Farhan Akhtar and a good friend to her erstwhile husband Javed Akhtar, a sensible writer and now, a ...
Little bird, big flight...
SHE EATS, drinks and breathes music. Harshdeep Music Arora, the new kid on the singing front, has a sparkle in her eyes, dollops of zest and a golden voice. A teenager studying at New Delhi's Springdale's School on Pusa Road, she used to take ...
Conquering Everest... the view from the summit
Was it Tenzing Norgay who scaled Mt Everest first? Or was it Edmund Hillary? How difficult was it to reach the peak many many years ago? ANUJ KUMAR tries to find answers to these oft-asked questions in conversation with M.S. Kohli, the author of "Sherpas: The Himalayan Legends"... .
ABU ASIM reflects on the plight of beggars at Nizamuddin Dargah and other places of worship. Not all fast-talking operators out to fleece us, given a chance, they would prefer to work for their living... .
With restaurants mushrooming across Delhi, the challenge is to come up with something extraordinary to attract customers. Chak De restaurant and bar offers the comfort of a live kitchen where you can literally watch what you eat, finds MADHUR T ANKHA... .
TROPICAL SMOOTHIE Café has opened its first outlet in Connaught Place. It claims to cater not only to those who are food-lovers but also those who are health conscious. It offers fresh fruit drink in high-powered blenders with ice. Also available ...
Going to movies is no longer about watching the film alone. It is about fun, about hanging out. South Delhi's Sapna and South of Delhi's PVR in Gurgaon promise you heaven on earth when it comes to the world of celluloid dreams, discovers RANA A. SIDDIQUI... .
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