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Yankee Doodle comes calling
Jagjit Singh was instrumental in reviving popular interest in that beauteous musical tradition, the ghazal. His rich voice, rapport with listeners, and sound classical foundation earned him the title, King of Ghazals. He has endured personal tragedie s, which have made his music more poignant than ever.
TIARA IS a two-week-old restaurant started by Jaamba Jungle, an entertainment centre "for the entire family". The place, on the 10th floor of the Estate Building, greets the visitor with its bright and colourful game-machines and loud music. ...
AS THE name suggests, Khubsoorat, with its exclusive collection of designer saris and bridalwear, wants to make every customer feel beautiful and special. The shop is one of the more recent additions to the growing number of designer outlets in ...
MAX SWEETS, the candy brand from the HLL Walls portfolio, has a special offer for children this summer - the Max Walkie Talkie Adventure. Kids now have a chance of winning 10,000 Max walkie-talkies by scratching the cartoon stamps on the back ...
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