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Candlelight dinners at abode of the dead?
TOURISM MINISTER Renuka Choudhury's plan to open Humayun's Tomb and other Delhi monuments for late-evening outings and dinners are an interesting proposition but not novel. Such functions were held by the British in the 19th and early 20th ...
It may be directed by his son Farhan, but Javed Akhtar's "Lakshya" is greater than the sum of its parts, finds RANA SIDDIQUI.
WHO SAYS being an actor is easy? Yet the burden must be a little lighter when you have a perfect gene pool to draw from. When you have Sanjay, Feroze and Fardeen Khan as immediate family and Hrithik Roshan as brother-in-law. Reasons enough for ...
Walk for food!
THE PROSPECT of meeting an UN official invariably tells you to prepare yourself to digest some unsavoury statistics, some reality check. It turned out to be exactly so with David L. Fletcher, Deputy Country Director of The United Nations World ...
PEACE MAY be the destination of every war but the journey makes for an intriguing experience. Farhan Akhtar believes so. Hence, Lakshya, a film on paper just another take on Kargil but at its soul a film about a youngster coming of age ...
Making music, sharing feelings
On the occasion of International Music Day, ANJANA RAJAN speaks to the duo Kashik, whose music combines the soul of Varanasi with the winds of change.
Chords and Notes
A CONNOISSUER of music might cry out; `it is cheating' listening to the trio of Jagjit Singh, Gulzar and Ghulam Ali for it contains ghazals that they may have heard too often. The advertisement banners that boast of the three being together for ...
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