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Nightmares come and go, Dreamland goes on... .
Terrorist attacks or economic recession. Nothing slows down America. And nothing, almost nothing comes in the way of deserving Indians seeking to build a fortune in the land of opportunity. Dr Arun Vakil's book, "Gateway to America" attempts to cle ar just the cobwebs you need to wipe off before flying out, notes ZIYA US SALAM... .
Coats at lapels' price!
Coats, trousers, shirts and a lot more at throwaway prices! All at Coat Market, a stone's throw from Dargah Sheikh Kalimullah in the Walled City. RANA A. SIDDIQUI visits the market frequented by the rich and the poor alike... .

New light on jewellery...
Noida-based Jewellery Design and Technology Institute has produced its first batch of designer jewellers. Showcasing their works of two-years, the alumni leave no doubt that the metamorphosis from the traditional `karigars' to modern designers has be en complete, finds MADHUR TANKHA... .
The one-man team changeth...
His "Yaadein" might be a forgotten nightmare but Subhash Ghai continues to dream. This time he wants to take along a host of young directors and churn out films regularly. PANKAJ SHUKL speaks to the man prepared to look ahead... .
Of wine, man and music...
A teetotaller who sings of the charms of wine! A practising Sikh who attempts to mix the modern with the traditional. An upcoming singer who wants to be associated with some timeless songs, Arvinder Singh is all this and much more... .
Look East: A new son rises
After receiving the prestigious Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Ray with Rossette from the Japanese Emperor for promoting better understanding between India and Japan, Professor Emiritus of Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru University Dr Satya Bhushan Varma i s all set to receive yet another honour, the Masaoka Shiki International Haiku award in Japan this year. SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY writes... .
Delhi's date with theatre...
Feisal Alkazi. Arvind Gaur. Lillete Dubey. Naseeruddin Shah. All together. All in one theatre festival. Could Delhiites ask for more? A report on the ongoing Old World Theatre Festival...
Eating Out
More to bread than butter or cream
Lord! Give us this day our daily bread! If that is your prayer, rest assured it will be granted. Just saunter across to Hot Breads in South Delhi. What you get there pampers your palate, answers your prayer. MADHUR TANKHA recounts every thing bite by bite... .

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