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Liberal man, illiberal times
Bridging the great divide...
THERE IS a place in the heartland of New Delhi, which is the lungs and heart of many of its citizens. It is frequented not just by the high and mighty but also by the large middle class and even the unobtrusive lower strata of our society. The ...
Taj is no picnic...
SHE COMES across as a brash, spoilt girl in "Mohabbatein", a filthy rich, rebellious lady in love in "Kehta Hai Dil Baar Baar" and the daughter of a music baron, an emotional girl at her best in "Tumse Accha Kaun Hai". You got it right. It is Kim ...
Who is Kalam? Not just our President!
Read "Ignited Minds"? And you thought you knew all there was to the President? Read again. This time pick up R. Ramanathan's book, "Who Is Kalam?", releasing today. ANUJ KUMAR gives an insight... .
Of love... irreverent, infidel
Navtej Sarna's "We Weren't Lovers Like That" is not a shot of heady rum but tickling dash of soothing gin which doesn't give us a bad aftertaste. OM GUPTA speaks to the author to know the real taste of love and all that goes with it in this new publi cation... .
Slip into spirituality
`FOR ALL those keen to experience the feel of being closer to existence, my ensemble is their gateway to discovering themselves spiritually,' claims designer Sunil Mehra, whose summer collection was recently unveiled at South Delhi's Sunil Study ...
A rain cheque for the fashion conscious...
WE'VE HEARD of Spring-Summer collections, and we've heard of Autumn-Winter collections, but it's less often we hear of new couture creations for the monsoon season. This may be because of the Western orientation of the fashion business. And ...
Growing fonder... love over food
NOT MANY years ago, when Herbert Traxl was Austria's ambassador to India, his embassy was constantly abuzz with exhibitions and cultural programmes from India and Austria. The events were a big draw for the Capital's visual and performing ...
Pizza on fire
SMOKING IS injurious to health, we all know. But what does one do about Smoking Joe? Eat it, to be precise. The Kailash colony market may be claustrophobic but it has its share of popular eating joints. Adding to its list is the new pizza ...
A film between snacks... American Chai!
This summer, forget about heady "Khwahish". Ignore "Bhoot". Just let the intoxicating flavour of "American Chai" sink in. ANUJ KUMAR speaks to the men and women who have made it possible... .
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