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Prejudices... out of the closet
The healthy way
IT HAS seldom been better for healthcare providers in the country. The market is growing every day, promising to double every four years! Capitalising on the new opportunity is Krauter Healthcare, foraying into herbal healthcare products. The new ...
Delhi's libraries... the writing on the wall
FORMED IN 1951, with the support of UNESCO and at the behest of the then Prime Minister Pandit Nehru, the Delhi Public Library initially allowed its rich sources of knowledge to be accessed freely by one and all, in consonance with the idea of ...
The Silsila continues
MONOJIT LAHIRI gives us a rundown on the career of Javed Akhtar who seems to defy time, trend, everything.
Not just face value
FOR A CNN viewer in this part of the globe, Mohita Rajpal is a known face. Anchoring CNN International's World News programme, it has now stopped being a rarity for Mohita that she turns heads on streets. "I don't really think about it ...
Heavier the merrier
IF THERE is one phrase that defines the Indian wedding it is more the merrier. And taking cue from it designers Anjali and Arjun Kapoor of Surya are out to satiate the bride's desire for a bejewelled look. Integrating semi-precious stones in the ...
Eat like a bird, nestle at Seven
WHO NEEDS food when you are face-to-face with someone as beautiful as Shobana? But if this film star, Bharatanatyam dancer, teacher, choreographer, and glamorous scion of an illustrious family of artistes is a stunner, she also knows how to carry ...
ONE MIGHT miss Angeethi, the small restaurant at The Village Restaurant Complex but cannot miss the sound of "Tak-a-Tak" played by chef Sajjan Kumar on the big tawa. Keeping up its tradition to provide a delectable and authentic cuisine, the ...
THE TROUBLE that a cuisine as popular as the South Indian cuisine faces is that often people take the universally popular dishes like dosais, idlis and vadais as the start and end of all that it has to offer. Basal ingredients such as coconuts, ...
CRICKET AS a craft has enthralled many a connoisseur. Now it's time for the game to satiate the aficionados of art. Photojournalist Kamal Sharma's photo exhibition, `Cricket Beyond The Boundary' brought to life the passion that runs the game. ...
All love and Kher
IF YOU hear the story of the union of Anupam and Kirron Kher, you will instantly draw a parallel to the famous singing duo Jagjit and Chitra Singh's past life. In both cases the women earlier underwent a traumatic divorce experience and found ...
A date with the past
IT IS an abiding affair with the past. The inimitable Shashi Tharoor set the ball rolling last year with his work on Jawaharlal Nehru. He talked of Nehru's early days, his opposition yet respect for Gandhi, the way he rode past his father Motilal ...
`LITERATURE DECONSTRUCTS memory if only to create new memory to be further renewed by the receiver's mind. The story goes on but/even though with a difference... .' Put it differently, in the present context, the quotation could well mean that ...
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