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BOND it like BOYS
SATISH GUJRAL'S paintings are expensive. Not everybody can afford them. But those who have Samsung mobile phones with GPRS connection can definitely have them. Not life-sized, but shining from their mobile screens. And that too, free of cost. ...
Six yards of glory
FOR THE past couple of days, the Aga Khan Hall in New Delhi has played host to an exhibition of India's unique heritage, its one perennial fashion statement that has never yet been anything but a la mode in its 5000-year history. Organised by ...
When fasting turns fancy
ONCE AGAIN it is the month of Kartik and the festival of Karva Chauth is upon us. This festival comes nine days before Diwali on Kartik ki Chauth, the fourth day of the dark moon. The markets are alive with the hustle and bustle of women, busy ...
Another jewel in the town
IN THE jumbled up jewellery market there is one more entry, Orra. And as usual they are also claiming, "We are different." Vijay Jain, the CEO says, "There is a dearth of diamond centric stores in the jewellery market particularly in the ...
WALKING THE path shown by the likes of Bipasha Basu and Yana Gupta, Aparna Kumar is the latest model from the ramp switching to Bollywood. The Delhi-based MBA, Aparna made her debut with a guest appearance in Popcorn Khao Mast Ho Jao. Now, ...
Chords & Notes
THIS CASSETTE brought out by Ojas Foundation and distributed by Music Today basically aims at improving one's memory and intellect through Vedic chants. Well, who wouldn't like to have an elephantine memory or intellect, especially the kids who ...
On a spice route
Chef Arun Tyagi of Radisson MBD takes you on a culinary trip. SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY takes notes.
The Food Express arrives
DIFFERENT PEOPLE have different tastes. So, there lies a need for different cuisines. Kwality Xpress at the second floor of DT Mall, Gurgaon, has kept this in mind and so serves the variety. Under its star emblazoned blue roof are five food ...
The sushi's manifestations are many Japanese, Californian, Taiwanese and Thai. Isn't it time for an Indian version?
WHAT IS that makes a meal memorable? Good food certainly is essential. Company, conversation, a comfortable place to eat is all one needs. Keeping this objective in mind, Superstars restaurant at Sector 18, Noida introduces new preparations ...
Novel menu, vintage decor
THE DΙCOR of polished teak and brass with walls lined with memorabilia give the place a cheerful, yet cosy feel. Features like tiffany lamps, red and white stripes, the racing scull suspended from the ceiling and propeller over the bar can be ...
Ready for a new morning...
"Morning Raga" was a calming experience for Perizaad Zorabian, known as the face of diaspora films. But she is now desperate to do Bollywood masala films.
Fasting, feasting the Delhi way
RAMZAN, THE month in which the Holy Quran was revealed to Prophet Mohammed is here. With Ramzan comes fasting, from the time when a white thread can be discerned from a black one, to dusk when the birds go home. In Old Delhi, however, everybody ...
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