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Catwalking to success
A LOT of glitter, months of practice and four rigorous rounds later India has one more face to launch on the international ramp after Kolkata girl Sharan Mishra won the Metropolitan Model Hunt in New Delhi this past week. This is the first time ...
ANJANA RAJAN speaks to Rashmi Uday Singh, who delights in food and its properties and whose latest cookbook, "Good Food Chicken Cook Book" is causing a flutter at the stands.
Stars in her sight
SHE IS brave enough. Does not accept that the lukewarm response to "Mumbai Se Aaya Mera Dost" has moved her at all. "The film was appreciated for its novel contents. And my work was appreciated. It was an experiment," she says. She did not look a ...
Warning: A disaster is coming
ENVIRONMENTALISTS HAVE been crying themselves hoarse that an impending cataclysmic event is in store for us and wildlife expert Dr Simon Lyster couldn't agree more. "The Government has been trying to convince people that the situation is not as ...
Of Hindu Pani, Muslim Pani
THE INITIATIVE was to celebrate tolerance - that virtue dearth of which killed a Mahatma; that goodness akin to forgiveness, which would one day, immortalise a Mandela. And of course, history can name more names. But the agenda at hand on ...
No chickening out over food
"I eat to live and not the other way round and prefer home food."
A taste of royalty
THE RAMPUR food festival that is currently on at the Ashok Hotel, is as much a kebab and biryani fest as it is a lesson in history. Almost all of the dishes being featured have a story behind them as chef Harsh Krishna Prasad has "gone into the ...
FROM THE modest paranthewalas to the elaborate restaurants, the place has it all. A shopper's paradise, South Extension actually means a lot more, what with restaurants like BBQ vying to make mouths water. Situated in South Extension Part I, the ...
Grand grill fare
IF YOU are a food lover and have already discovered Enoki, the Japanese restaurant at The Grand in New Delhi, here is a chance to revisit it. This time to taste seafood fare in Yakitori style, something done in our Tandoori fashion but minus the ...
A new peace
HUMRA QURAISHI speaks to veteran writer Ajeet Cour, who believes creative pens have the power to put a full stop to hostility between nations and recently led a delegation of Indian writers to Pakistan.
New media, newer horizons
The first-ever book by Apeejay Press on video installations has been launched in New Delhi. RANA SIDDIQUI flips through.
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