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Twenty years after Ardh Satya... .
UPENDRA TANKHA catches with Prof A. Sandeep, Dean of the Indian Institute of Planning and Management who reveals that things don't look very bright for the indigenous industry... .
Sheng Villa joins the ever-growing list of Chinese food joints across the city. It claims to offer the best food this side of the Himalayas... .
DARREN HAYES, the lead singer of Savage Garden has come out with a 12 track solo debut which the producers, Sony Music promise offers an antidote to the darker side of humanity, bursting with rhythmic spirit and lyrical heart. Aussie-born Hayes ...
When there is a power breakdown, there is the friendly neighbourhood generatorwallah to help. When the public bus gets too crowded, there are people inside forever willing to adjust. ANJANA RAJAN gives us a slice of life in Delhi... .
Infinity, here and now!
INFINITY CHAIN of stores is claimed to be a perfect showcase of latest international designs and most sought after crystal brands. Infinity, a store owned by Blossoms, has opened its first outlet in Delhi at M-Block Market, Greater Kailash ...
THIS SUMMER Delhiites have an embarrassment of riches on the apparel front. The range is vast, the price line varied and the quality consistent too. An innovative line has been introduced by Shantanu and Nikhil in their Spring-Summer ...
DELHIITES SEEM to be taking to sports films a big way. After "Lagaan" recorded stupendous success, here comes "Ali", based on the life of legendary boxer, Mohammed Ali,with Will Smith in a defining role of his career. And soon off the blocks will ...
Midsummer madness strikes Bollywood
THERE IS a not-so-svelte Rani Mukherjee and an ah-so-plump Govinda. Together they had made "Hadd Kar Di Aapne" somewhat bearable a couple of summers ago. This time, they come up with a film which is bad, bad, bad even by the bad standards of ...
Not just a question of numbers... .
The Hindu organised a special Mathematics workshop at Vidya Devi Jindal School in Hisar this past week. A report... .
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