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Delegates at a just concluded seminar on terrorism felt that this social menace must not be looked at as a mere law and order problem but has to be dealt with on a war-footing. A report.
PERHAPS, WITH the kind of subject that Leela has, the ghazal genre of music suits the film just fine. And, that exactly is what composer-singer Jagjit Singh chose for Gulzar's soulful lyrics. A touch of softness, deft handling, `well ...
At Dilli Haat, Alwarpet, the highlight is the lip-smacking chaat items. Also available are snacks, beverages, a mini meal and desserts.
IF YOU thought weddings in Kerala began and ended in a jiffy, you are about to learn something different. In a `never before' event, the TV rights for the impending wedding of Samyuktha Varma and Biju Menon on November 21 at Trichur are being ...
KARISMA KAPOOR began shooting for the TV show titled "Karishma - The Miracle of Destiny" at the Parekh bungalow in Versova, on November 12, in a confrontation scene with her father played by Uday Tikekar. The serial on Sahara TV has a ...
Salman fresh target for spoof
SABe TV deprived of their chance to air a programme caricaturing Laloo Prasad Yadav, the serial makers of "Raamkhilaavan CM `N' Family" have replaced it by another serial called "Yeh Public Hai, Sab Jaanti Hai" from November 18. The first ...
Sesame Street in India
IN A development, which is really a welcome one for kids, it seems as if the top-rated American kiddies' show "Sesame Street" will have an Indian version. Sesame Workshop is the New York based non-profit organisation responsible for the ...
"Nilaamghar" shifts base
"NILAAMGHAR" IS shifting to Chandigarh in a bid to cut down production costs and sport a much bigger canvas. Hosted by Shekhar Suman, the show is poised to be on a much bigger scale from this month and target the biggest ever live audience of ...
Was Booker Prize winner Yann Martal a plagiarist? Well, that was among many a question discussed at the British Council's "annual Booker Prize event".
Lighting up the festive season
This year's festive terracotta lamps and diyas offer a feast for the eyes with their varied contours and silhouettes at various outlets in the city.
Magic of Manipur clay
In Manipur, pots are never sold but bartered for goods, as participants learnt at a recent workshop conducted in the city.
English made easy
Speak English, an eight level graded course in spoken English with audio cassettes and books produced by Orient Longman, was released at the British Council this past week.
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