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Pedestrian problems unlimited
Pop singer Piyush Soni presents Tantrika a fusion line featuring Indian block prints on vibrant cotton lycra shirts in straight free cuts.
On Academy Awards' 75th anniversary, diamonds are expected to rock the red carpet.
A PATRIOTIC film is a safe bet these days. Though the star cast has second-line artistes, the film could elicit good response from the audience. Satya Raj plays the patriotic protagonist in the film. Producer-storywriter Raviprasad Gowd, ...
Cinderella minus the magic
ALL OF us love Cinderella stories where the poor girl gets to dress up and go for the ball and capture the heart of Prince Charming while the wicked stepsisters gnash their teeth in helpless envy. Set the story in the modern day in one of the ...
Gulabi Sapera and Thierry Robin represent the world stage with their respective styles of music and dance. Their effort also reflects the harmony of rural Indian and western modern music culture.
Nothing fusion about it
The `fusion' of Titi Robin's music and Gulabi Sapera's gypsy dance and rhythms was far from being one. The artistes could not bring about the two contrasting traditions on a common platform.
Chords & Notes
SASHI PREETAM comes up with an interesting and unique album. Interesting because the lyrics, music, and the rendition is quite hatke se, and unique because perhaps for the first time a pop album has been brought out which has both ...
Surprise your family and friends with these gourd preparations.
Take a look at Kanjeevaram silk saris embellished in different ways.
Rama Anantharam gave a talk on health, nutrition and diet for women at a cookery competition organised by the All India Women's Conference on International Women's Day.
The new age children are taking to the SMS language with a natural flair. And most of them prefer to express in this not-so-easy to-decipher text.
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