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Monday, January 26, 2004
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A new spring with the immortal bard
As the festival of spring is celebrated across North India, APS MALHOTRA recalls his fascination with Mirza Ghalib, who caused a thousand palash flowers to bloom in his heart.
Fascinating tale of the Kalkaji Temple
TALKATORA GARDEN today gives the appearance of a placid park basking in the late winter sunlight, but 267 years ago it was the scene of much excitement as a detachment of Moghul troops sent by Mohammad Shah from the Red Fort waited here to stop ...
For models to be...
DREAMS ARE the true interpreters of our inclinations, but it is an art to understand and interpret them. There are young aspiring models, who dream of being famous in the world of fashion and glamour. The fashion world is non-stop and ever ...
United we stand
AS REPUBLIC Day fervour combines with the fragrance of friendship, with the Indo-Pak thaw being the flavour of the season, Bollywood too has stepped in with its version of feel-good cinema, albeit on foreign turf. Producer Sohail Khan is coming ...
Here comes Dr. Photo
`AN APPLE a day keeps the doctor away' - An old saying believed by almost everyone. But this new doctor won't let you keep away from him and will also let you have a bite of the apple. This is what Dr. Photo is all about - a retail photo ...
Have Aetbaar on Khakee
IT IS now the storm that will decide the fate of a candle. Only that candle will survive that has light: "Toofan hi faisla karega ab roshni ka, diya ab woh jalega jis main roshni ho." The message from director Raj Kumar Santoshi is loud and ...
Chords & Notes
AFTER MORE than two decades, you will listen to Pakistani singer Reshma reviving her melodious magic with "Ashqaan Di" in this album containing 10 songs. And then you have a captivating qawwali "Jaan Lo, Jaan Lo" by Sabri brothers and Sadhna ...
Chocolates all the way
The right chocolate can make a dessert outstanding, says Chef John Evans of New Delhi's Jaypee Vasant Continental. Read on with SUMITRA SENAPATY to know about all those mouth-watering chocolates.
From Lahore with love
In New Delhi this past week to present "Bullha", the crew of the Lahore-based theatre group Ajoka tells SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY that this play about love over religion is their "Jehad against the Jehadis".
Colour here, cuisine there. Dance now, music then. Heritage first, future next! The just-concluded Jaipur Heritage International Festival in the Pink City had all this and more. SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY experiences the splendour.
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