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DANCING to the MUSIC
With functional English syllabus being introduced by CBSE for classes 11 and 12 the first batch of students will take the examination in March 2005. This language practice book is an answer to many of the problems that teachers and students ...
ON ONAM if you are away from home, flying in the distant skies, you are bound to feel homesick. What with the family sitting down together for the Ona sadya. But Casino air caterers and flight services, official caterers for Indian Airlines ...
Ambience of grandeur continues
We begin this week, a series on the various clubs in the city and suburbs. The first is the Rama Varma Club, in the heart of Kochi, which continues to redefine its elegant past. It is the oldest club in the State.
Freedom at midnight
Permission to party until late hours is a point of contention between wary parents and self-assured children.
In tune with the times
Anu Malik talks trendy, wears trendy. An interview with the music director who's now all set for a new role.
Here are some tips on how to store cosmetics
Chords & Notes
THE MUSIC (barring perhaps for a song or two) of this album may not create the ripples as the title sounds. Pritam's score for this movie of men and bikes is not of that chart-busting quality. The plus point is the presence of the Thai singing ...
Unity of musical sounds
The official music album of the 2004 Athens Olympics conveys the message of peace.
A custard apple treat
Sample these varieties of the popular fruit sitaphal.
Time for a warm embrace
The season might be changing but love is an emotion for all seasons. Sandhya Mulchandani tells us how to make that feeling more meaningful with her new book, "Kama Sutra for Women". ZIYA US SALAM flips through the newest fruit of Vatsyayana's labou r.
Threading a bond
The festival of Raksha Bandhan, that falls today, is a commitment of a brother's love and protection for his sister.
"DHOOM," produced by Yash Chopra and directed by Sanjay Gadhvi, releasing this Friday, is Bollywood's first true-blue road movie where bikes are the protagonists. Abhishek Bachchan plays a police officer on a bike, who gets help from a ...
Anocondas are back
"ANACONDAS: THE Hunt For Blood Orchid" is the sequel to "Anaconda," the fifth highest Hollywood grosser film in India which was released six years ago. This time, the action is set in the primitive jungles of Borneo. A group of scientists embarks ...
For the masses
TAMIL SUPERSTAR Vijay refuses to experiment with his image and prefers to do `mass action masala' movies as a larger-than-life hero. Generally, he comes out with at least three such films in a year and this week, "Madurae," his latest from the ...
PRITVIRAJ, THE fastest rising star in Malayalam, is all set his Onam release, "Satyam," a police story directed by Vinayan. For Pritvi, playing a cop on screen was not easy as the Kerala audiences have only accepted superstars such as Mammootty, ...
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