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Poise and pearly smiles
Delhi's weddings... a romantic tale
AH, WHERE have Naseem and Waseem gone? They used to lead a band in Old Delhi over 40 years ago. Conscious of the fact that they were both handsome they played the clarinet with their eyes up - as most do - so that they could see those on ...
Seams like nothing!
THE APPAREL and Leather Technics Private Limited popularly known as ALT, presented a fashion show displaying what it claimed is a revolutionary seamless way of dressing, like a second skin without any stitch, comfortable and pleasantly ...
Clothing the world, our way
STATISTICS seldom give you a clear picture. Take this: Indian textile industry, which comprises one-third of our export basket and is the second largest earner of foreign exchange enjoys just two per cent share of the international market. This ...
Fragrance for freedom
ESCADA RECENTLY launched a seasonal perfume at Shoppers' Stop - Ibizia Hippie - targeted at the younger generation but seemingly a throwback to the 1970's, an era etched in history for the new vision, freedom and tolerance upheld by its ...
The small joys of life...
LET'S TALK of the insides now. As many designers say, let the insides be as beautiful as the outside. Proof came our way when New Delhi's Hyatt Regency played host to a show that set men thinking, and women wondering what they had missed all ...
Short shirts in a big way
AS PART of its new collection, Lee Cooper, synonymous with jeans and shoes, has come out with a range of men's shirts. These shirts - available in orange, sky, lemon, lilac, khakis, olives and anthras - have been designed bearing in mind ...
Qayamat is here... Darna Mana Hai
A decade in Bollywood and Sanjay Kapoor is still known as Boney and Anil Kapoor's kid brother. The man may have tasted as little success as his brothers have met with failure. No dampener this. He is still on a high, as S.M. YASIR dis covers in the course of a chat in New Delhi this past week... .
Independence for `Paanch', finally
IF YOU are not seen at a cinema hall every other week, chances are you may not have heard of Tutu Sharma. Matters little for in the film circles, he has been making news. Not the right kind though - his forthcoming "Paanch" has run into one ...
The hero behind the action
HE DANCES to the tunes of Gene Kelly musicals, laughs to Charlie Chaplin movies and aspires to make a film like the "Titanic" These are a list of favourites of director Anil Sharma, who has so far churned out action packed films like "Hukumat", ...
Crafting high fashion
Some designers are anchored enough in the traditional crafts to withstand the Western wave sweeping the Lakme India Fashion Week this year, while some prefer to mix and match, discovers ANUJ KUMAR... .
Qayamat delivers on the Day of Judgement
THE BEST thing to happen to Indian cinema is the advent of high technology with scintillating sound and light effects. And if an action-packed film revolves around India-Pakistan theme, it is a sure way to attract the masses, who clap when a ...
A cine shower for Delhi this monsoon
IF THE fright of chimeras and haunted addresses has ceased to beguile you then step out this monsoon to immerse in the captivating world of your continental cinema with the fifth Cinefan Festival of Asian Cinema beginning July18. Amidst the ...
Sizzling taste... the unusual way
WITH THE monsoon here, it's time to eat something hot and sizzling. T.G.I Fridays at their outlets in Delhi have introduced the Fajita's. The delicacy, inspired by South-Western plains of Mexico and Texas, is a favourite across 56 different ...
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