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All shook up
Pooches and SMOOCHES
CUPA's unusual fashion show last weekend saw people queuing up for a really wet kiss
Knotted to knitting
WATCHING HER aunt and grandmother create beautiful knitwear, Reshma D'Silva at 10 also to venture into the world of wools. This youngster went on to create accessories such as mufflers, toys, scarves, bags, and even theatrical props. Though ...
Flights beyond frames
K.P. Purnachandra Tejasvi's birds are as multi-coloured, lively, and vibrant as the characters in his fiction
Back here to stay
Vedic Chant is back in a mature avatar
QUEEN of the Road
She is known as the fastest woman in Bangalore, and has more than just enthusiasm for motorsports. Anitha Kholay is the only woman driver on the national rally circuit.
ONE OFTEN sees products being promoted in cinema and on television. In Koi Mil Gaya, for instance, Hrithik Roshan is seen sipping coke. In Ishq Vishq, MTV gets good publicity, Mumbai Se Aaya Mera Dost projects BPL-TV, and ...
It's raining offers
AJAY DEVGAN is riding a success wave, these days. He seems adept at any role... be it serious (Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam), light-romantic (Chori Chori), harried spouse (Bhoot), no-nonsense police inspector (Gangaajal) or ...
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