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Heart of the city
Wellness, step by step
Rahul Dev on what constitutes fitness
Eat to burn
Don't go jogging on an empty stomach
For any action movie buff this film is a bible of sorts. A high octane thriller that gets better and better as the movie unfolds, it has superb acting by Matt Damon. Another highlight is the music scored by John Powell, which peps up the ...
A literary sojourn
Chandrahas Choudhury of Arzee The Dwarf fame has edited a literary travelogue
A music concert demonstrated how talent doesn't have any biases
Launch A book that teases reason, engages belief
Leisure and the lagoon
Experience the beauty of silence here. There's water as far as the eye can see and a breeze that lulls you into a reverie as you relax on the verandah of Sunrise Residence, Green Lagoon Resort.
A 15-minute boat ride on the Vembanad Lake ...
LIGHTS, CAMERA, CONVERSATION...
Grim and bear it
Serious films aren't necessarily superior films. If only someone would make this the rallying cry of Hollywood
Grey matter and spot colour
Designer Rahul Mishra and Rahul Reddy tell SHALINI SHAH about their Autumn/ Winter 2011 collections to be showcased at the upcoming Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week
Munching for health
America looks at India as a potent market for its pecan nuts
Waffles meet vadais, thattai biscotti and avial ratatouille. Welcome to a more relaxed, intimate style of fusion cooking
Ever tried currywurst? If not, here's a chance to live vicariously. “I love living in a new area and exploring places nearby. Silverlake used to be a far-off land only visited infrequently, but now I find
myself there almost every ...
Myriad ways of mayo
Mayo fine tuned with a dash of spice and sauce takes crispy chicken to new heights
Sin is in
Second Sin invites epicureans to find their hub
Runebergintorttu or Runeberg's torte is a Finnish pastry flavoured with almonds and rum, usually weighing about 100 grams. There is usually raspberry jam in a sugar ring on the tart.
The torte gets its name from the Finnish poet Johan ...
On a good wicket
Geeta Dharmarajan's timely book on cricket aims at drawing more children into the world of words, writes YAMINI BAINWAL
A new serial based on real-life groom duping incidents of Rajasthan and Haryana is all set to hit small screens, reports YAMINI BAINWAL
Lists of university rankings should benefit users, not those who publish them
Time to ride high
A biking race for professionals as well as amateurs is on in the city today
For big screen action
With performance-boosting tricks such as a new, faster colour wheel and a higher contrast ratio of 3,500:1, the full-HD W1000+ offers improved picture quality over last year's Benq W1000, for almost 18k less. With two HDMIs and a PC connection ...
Bihar in Delhi
To commemorate its 99th Foundation Day, a week-long exhibition cum sale of handloom and handicrafts from Bihar, Bihar Utsav 2011, commenced recently in New Delhi. In this connection, a three-day cultural fair was also organised at Poorva ...
Italian furniture store Natuzzi celebrated its first anniversary in Delhi
‘Five Point Someone', the theatrical adaptation by ‘Evam' (English), an inaugural show of Chetan Bhagat's novel of the same name.
Venue: Epicentre, Gurgaon
Date: March 27
Timings: 5 p.m. and 8 ...
‘Anavarit - A Passion Unveiled', solo show of photographs by Nisheeth Bhatt.
Venue: Convention Centre Foyer, Habitat Centre
Dates: till March 31
Timings: 11 a.m. to 7 ...
Gabe Ibáñez's Spanish film Hierro (as part of the ongoing Spanish film Festival).
Venue: Habitat Centre
Date: March 29
Timings: 6.30 ...
Students of renowned gurus and artistes will present Thyagaraja krithis, Pancharatna kirthanai, Hari Bhajan, etc.
Venue: Mookambigai Temple, C-Block Vikaspuri
Date: March 27
Timings: 9 a.m. ...
Zack Syndermoves out of comic book territory with “Sucker Punch”, the story of a young girl in the 1950s about to be lobotomised. Featuring an ensemble female cast, including Emily Browning, Abbie Cornish, Jena Malone, Vanessa ...
Sherlock Holmes was always a modern man – it's the world that got old. Now he's back as he should be: edgy, contemporary, difficult and dangerous, as award-winning actor Benedict Cumberbatch shows him in a new, contemporary ...
Weaving the brush
French artist Marion Colomer on the thread that binds her to India
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