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Remembering the ancestors
PANDIT SHAMBHOO Shankar sits in his dilapidated house in Bazar Sita Ram, where five generations of his family have lived and died, reading the Shastras and praying for his ancestors - all learned Brahmins of a Delhi that has changed completely ...
A hand to hold
Grief makes a person feel isolated and abandoned. You can help by caring, by being there. Here are some tips.
Physically challenged artists may be rich in ideas, but the impoverished imagination of rich buyers makes them purchase only the works of famous names.
Bollywood veteran Danny gets nostalgic about his track to success and more.
THE CLAIM is, your search for new looks is over with Schwarzkopf latest edition of `Essential Looks' and `Igora Style Collection', the company's global trend guide in hairstyling, "evaluated in a completely Indian context." Schwarzkopf hair ...
The taste of India...
India Weaves - 2004 offers a splendid collection of dress material at Dilli Haat till this coming Sunday. BHAWNA SATSANGI takes a look.
The hidden jewel
Pangong Tso lake near the Chushul mountains on the Indo-Tibet border is a mini ocean in the lap of virgin nature, changing its colour with every passing hour. MURLI MENON comes back enamoured.
Too many cooks...
So, what was rolled out at New Delhi's Banarsidas Chandiwala Institute of Hotel Management And Catering Technology as part of Young Star Chef Competition recently, was no damp show. Students from 43 catering institutes across16 States and that of ...
If Ram Gopal Varma brought it to the town, Sourabh Usha Narang has taken it to the tree with "Vaastu Shastra". Meet the man who has given the devil fresh roosts to languish.
Some chill, some frill
IF GHOSTS scare you, this one will kill you, thus goes the caption with Vaastu Shastra. Scare it does, at times with clichéd situations, like when you turn and look into a body with deadpan expression on its face. It kills too; ...
KIS KISKI KISMAT
WHAT A kismat? It's a complete Mallika Sherawat film, followed by Satish Shah and Dharmendra. Even though this is Dharmendra's comeback film, it only strengthens our belief that he has hardly improved his acting skills, more so as a comedian. ...
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