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Monday, October 06, 2003
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The halo effect
Attitude and appearance are important to create an impact
MANY HOUSEHOLD appliances such as refrigerators, ovens, etc., which were considered as luxuries till a few years ago, have become basic requirements for every house today. Even with the barest minimum available things, supported by a good ...
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Recreating the old magic
AMITABH BACHCHAN'S image seems to have gone bust with "Boom". How could he act in such a film? But here's good news for fans. Bachchan is back after "Boom", not only playing his age but also acting with Hema Malini, dream girl of yesteryear, in ...
Saving the world
THE ORIGINAL James Bond, Sean Connery, was supposed to be in Mumbai for the Indian premiere of "The League Of Extra Ordinary Gentlemen" (LXG). But the trip got cancelled at the last minute due to the recent blasts in the city. Anyway, Sean ...
TAMIL PRODUCERS lavish crores of rupees on stars and production but when it comes to publicity and release date, nobody pays much attention to it. This past week, "Three Roses" and "Winner", which were under production for a long time, reached ...
Another son rises
TELUGU ACTOR Mohan Babu has launched his son Vishnu Vardhan Babu in "Vishnu" that was released five days after "Tagore". Mohan Babu is a brave heart and his daring decision seems to have paid off as "Vishnu" has had a good opening. Everybody is ...
When Indipop meets film
Indipop and Hindi film soundtracks have much in common. Check out two mixed compilation albums
WHEN IT comes to conservation of tigers, the WWF-India (Worldwide Fund for Nature - India) is a name to reckon with. Working in tandem with wildlife departments around the country, the WWF-India is in the vanguard of the movement to save the ...
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