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The view from Wuthering Heights!
IT IS (or was) something like Wuthering Heights, except that the Ring Road passes close by and fishmongers sit under a peepal tree with lamps and lanterns off Naraina village. A gnarled tree uprooted by last summer's storm lies a few yards away. ...
Brides' groom tales...
ASPIRING FOR the significant looks to look at the significant other on the momentous occasion, make over artist Meenakshi Dutt has an advice for you, start early. "Girls wake up too late. They should start at least six months before the wedding ...
Kababs for all
How many varieties of kababs can one eat in one go, one two or twenty-two? SUMITRA SENAPATY suggests a glimpse at kabab's list of Hyatt's Delhi Ka Aangan for a choice.
A director's actress, a poet's dream
Beautiful face, almond eyes, lovely smile and tantalising tresses... that is Sonali Bendre for you as she stages a comeback in Amol Palekar's much-talked about Marathi movie "Anaahat", says ZIYA US SALAM
Plain Jane Jassi a charm for Sony
Sony TV's ratings climbed suddenly with the airing of "Jassi Jaissi Koi Nahin". It was a gamble that paid off, and proved that when it comes to reviving flagging fortunes, there's no one quite like Jassi, reports SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY.
Beware of My Boss's Daughter!
THE BOY who "can do anything for anybody" can't put a foot right. He can't take a confident step into his boss's cabin. He can't say a word in edgeways. He can't sit on his chair without stumbling. Worse he wants his boss's daughter! And ...
Love... the Ghar, Ghar way
S.M. YASIR speaks to Sweta Keswani, the small screen vamp now looking to corner glory on the big screen.
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