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MAKING THEM DANCE TO THEIR TUNES
Beautifully crafted diyas beckon attention at some of the outlets in the city this season
Ha!Ha!Ha! Mouli is here
It was a laughathon with dramatist-actor-director Mouli, says MALATHI RANGARAJAN
River and its ripples
Rivertribe produces contemporary music using ancient instruments.
Food by the sea
The sea, the surf and good food... that's what makes dining at Basera on the East Coast Road wonderful
Guests so special
They are physically challenged. But that does not stop them from enjoying a day out to have a feel of the hospitality business
Tulika is launching its 2004 diary in the Celebrate India series `The Tulika Diary of Colour, Motif, Design'. The theme is a tribute to the centenary of Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay, who pioneered the revival of the country's rich crafts heritage. ...
Star power, but...
TWO FILMS that are eagerly awaited at the film festivals are the much-talkedabout Rituparno Ghosh's Bengali film "Choker Bali" with Aishwarya Rai and Amol Palekar's Marathi work "Anahat" featuring Sonali Bendre. Both the films spin a sensitive ...
Inky pinky ponky!
THE COLOUR that dominated Bridal Asia 2003 was pink. Models sashayed about in shocking shades of the colour with mind-boggling patterns. When pink did the rounds in bags, saris, footwear and of course, cosmetics, it did send the signal of being ...
Wait, before you run
HIGH-VOLTAGE action hero. That's Abhishek Bachchan's latest screen-image. Take "Zameen" for a sampler. The frames are filled with chaotic fight sequences featuring the Jr. Bachchan. Has co-star Ajay Devgan's magic rubbed off on him too? "Well... ...
He still lives
"Jogger's Park" and "Mumbai Matinee" have completed their initial weeks of success. It's unfortunate that the talented director Anant Balani didn't live to see his works come across so well. As a mark of respect, it was thoughtful of the "Ek Din ...
A gateway to Korea
Sculptor S. Swaminathan describes a unique experience of working on Nature Art in South Korea
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