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Out to conquer the Universe
The telegenic citizen
It is now the citizen who has become the main performer on the small screen. Where does he score?
Account of colours
FOR R.B. Santosh Kumar, the hobby of painting became a passion. Santosh, a bank executive by profession, derives his inspiration from Mother Nature, a fact that he attributes to his childhood memories in Kerala. Santosh has not learnt the art of ...
The Jogi behind Jogan
DEEPLY ROOTED in Indian classical music, Kanchman Babbar has established himself as a successful flautist. His approach to bamboo flutes reflects deep classical craftsmanship in technique and style. The compositions of Babbar are equally ...
Shining... and ticking
Will Delhi's very own Shradha Arya make it at India's Best Cinestar? We will know this Sunday.
Here is to Sushi
Though Sushi is fast picking up recognition among diners, the ingredients are not easy to find in the Capital, tells The Oberoi's Sushi Bar Chef Augusto Cabrera to SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY.
Seafood delights go East
A UNIQUE dining concept takes one on a culinary journey to East 101 Oriental Bistro at Global Business Park, DLF city, Gurgaon that serves some of the finest oriental cuisines in the world. Spacious with its well-furnished interiors the ...
Going bananas over vegetarian fare
THOSE IN love with pure vegetarian food, the right place right now in the Capital is Govardhan, a South Indian vegetarian paradise, which incidentally takes pride in serving a wide variety of North Indian and Chinese cuisine too. The restaurant ...
Looking good, feeling better
Expecting your baby? Lay your hands on some nice clothes that make you look good, feel comfortable.
What we have inherited...
Virasat-2004 at Dehra Dun created some awareness, dished out some entertainment. RANA SIDDIQUI gives an outline.
In pursuit of the past
An accidental discovery led Christopher Penn to research his great grandfather, the Ooty-based Albert Thomas Watson Penn (1849-1926), one of the leading commercial photographers of his time.
The mantra of materialism
IT IS the annual mantra of materialism. Cars vying for every inch of space. Motorcyclists honking their way through the muddle. The cops running from one spot to another, blowing a whistle with more aggression than purpose. Shoppers lurching ...
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