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Going flat out
Anju Modi's ensembles in khadi and cotton, embroidered saris, Kota and Chanderi saris will be displayed at `also' between June 6 and 8.
A motley of paintings, graphics, traditional works, relief work and sculptures were exhibited at the Shrishti Art Gallery recently.
Vivek Menon, a conservation biologist who set up the Wildlife Trust of India, has been advocating conservation of endangered species.
Making most of the moves
Koneru's Humpy's prodigious talent has blossomed into professional success, when she became the world's youngest Grandmaster.
THE LATEST southern star to train his eyes towards Bollywood is action king Arjun Sarja. Arjun will star in the bilingual (Tamil/Hindi) Yudh, The War Has Begun. The film is being directed by Sunil and music is by Sanjeev-Darshan, Aadesh ...
Real life hero
DINO MOREA, the Raaz cutie, showed great presence of mind and saved a situation from turning ugly. It happened on the sets of Shrey Shrivastava's Bandhak. The climax was being shot on location near the Mira Road highway in Mumbai ...
Sound of success
THE NADEEM-SHRAVAN music duo are ecstatic. And they have reason to be considering the hits they have been churning out with monotonous regularity. Starting from Raaz to Tumse Accha Kaun Hai, the duo are in great demand and have ...
John makes his debut
AFTER THE success of Raaz, Vikram Bhatt repeats Bipasha Basu in his next venture launched recently. Titled Aitbaar, the film is yet another romantic thriller. Guess thrillers are the season's hot favourite. Hunk model John Abraham ...
Crossing the borders
ABOUT A month ago, Harish Thawani was on the stage breaking the coconut ushering the auspicious moment for the muhurat shot of his latest production. Mahesh Bhatt directed the first shot as Yash Johar switched on the camera and Ravi ...
Initiation into sports begins at the coaching camps for many children. If not a career in sports, the experience gained here will help them become disciplined individuals, says ABHIJIT SEN GUPTA.
Child rights was the focus at the carnival organised to mark the International Children's Day on Saturday.
The APCO Pochampally mela for the benefit of the weavers being held at TTD Building, Liberty, is worth a look.
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