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When sound crosses the barrier
What you see is not always what you get in this world where even rain is factory-made.
Preventing cancer in men
The Prostate Cancer Awareness Week, on now, is a reminder for men to be alert to the conditions that bring about the disease.
SPICMACAY takes a bow at IIMB
The arts should not play second string in young people's lives.
Finally, the twain meet
The audience no longer bifurcate music into pop and film categories as long as the melody is something to dance to.
Sixer for a noble cause
The Auction Replay organised in the city recently unveiled the human face of the Indian cricketer long seen as pompous and pampered.
Will junior make it?
ABHISHEK BACHCHAN may not be known for his bubbly, vivacious look on screen. In spite of his films bombing at the box-office, industry sources predict a good future for him. Reason? Abhishek's unique personality. The junior "B" is said to have ...
Pain and promise
SHAH RUKH Khan, the reigning hero of Bollywood, is swiftly working on his muscles as he has to get back to work and complete his commitments. Giving himself a year to recuperate after his back surgery, Khan is now taking up less taxing roles. He ...
KARISMA KAPOOR is already in a mood to celebrate. Even as the serial Karisma... A miracle of Destiny takes off with renewed vigour and lures a chunk of the viewers, arrangements for her marriage with New Delhi-based businessman, Sunjay ...
The Cyperous alternifolius or umbrella plant can be raised as an indoor or outdoor perennial.
What a disappointment!
At an IT fair, you see state-of-the-art, cutting edge products. Why is it that in a book fair their absence is tolerated?
Preparing for the dream factory
Magic-in-Motion, the institute that offers a course in filmmaking, believes more in practical lessons than in heavy theory.
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