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Getting away from the go-getters...
Need a break from the smog and grime and perpetual bustle of Delhi? ANJANA RAJAN discovers 52 getaways - one for each week of the year. What's more, they are accessible over the week-end... .
Relax! You are in safe hands...
He has saved many a life in the nick of time. Known for his neuro-surgery skills, Apollo Indraprastha Hospital's Dr S.K. Sogani believes that time has come for non-invasive surgeries. RANA A. SIDDIQUI meets the medical professional who believes one m ust dare... .
It is showtime, folks...
HE IS in an industry where those in the business of film-making are at daggers drawn with one another. Yet producer Ketan Desai - whose first claim to fame was "Allah Rakha" -- is convinced that in this dog-eat-dog race for making a hit film ...

From children, with love...
The organisers invited journalists to a fashion show with a charitable cause. What turned out was fulfilling entertainment as untutored children tried to do their bit on the ramp. SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY reports... .
Turning a new leaf, with hope
YOU HAVE fallen in love with his voice. He is the man who made Punjabi music popular long before the likes of Daler Mehndi and Sukhwinder came on the scene. Now he is turning a new leaf. Switching sides, if only temporarily. Now he will be seen ...
Platters to flatter the palate...
WITH PUB culture suddenly gripping the city slickers of Delhi, now floats a wide choice for a reveller. Among the array, this one is not strictly a `go pubbing' zone but saves some interest for a foodie to step in too. Nomenclatured `Buzz', the ...
Land & People
Building concrete castles in the air
For those who dream of a career flying high in the clouds with feet firmly on the ground as well as a solid bank balance, Delhi's Air Hostess Academy offers a practical route. Intending to interview the institution's bigwigs, ANJANA RAJA N comes in for an interview herself, but ultimately finds herself on cloud nine... .
All dressed up and no rain!
A FASHION house, Ose, which stocks easy-to-wear, expensive yet exquisite ensemble, has unravelled a monsoon collection, which claims to pay an ode to the myriad essences of a woman's soul. The store - in South Delhi's Greater Kailash I area -- ...

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