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The food of the future?
In this readymade `zamana,' instant food is slowly finding its way into people's kitchens. At the recently held National Conference on `Emerging trends in food technology,' the overall view was that the future belongs to these ready-to-eat food packe ts which need no more than a saucepan full of boiling water to give the `mama's taste.' SOUVIK CHOWDHURY reports.
Showcasing college wear
Kriti Fashion Designers brought pręt wear to the campus by holding a fashion show.
Beginning big screen career
After a smooth switchover from small to big screen, Amar Upadhyaya is now enjoying his stint in Bollywood.

Soaring in the musical arena
Unni Menon's career graph is interesting. Meet the man, who is a popular singer in the Southern languages.
Subdued comeback
THE FILM is tailor-made for Vijayashanti. Unlike her earlier films where she was shown doing macho things, here she portrays a role with sentiment. Indira (Vijayashanti) works as a security chief to Ananda Naidu (Vijay Kumar), a ...
Warm and wholesome
HERE IS yet another coming of age Hinglish film, which is super endearing for its look and feel. Set in the swinging Seventies - a time of platform heels, mini skirts, floral prints, polka dots, rexine jackets and Enfield bikes - in the ...
Assembly line production
WATCHING THIS film is in word plain excruciating. Eddie Murphy became a motor mouth superstar almost 20 years ago in 48 Hours. Now his constant chatter is nerve wracking. It is tiring you wish he would stop to take a breath as you feel ...
When the fun triples
The Navodaya team, which made the first 3D film of the country is back after 18 years with another — "Magic Magic".
Information Technology
"Who is spying on my PC?"
Would you allow anyone to enter your house and observe the minute details of your lifestyle? Then, why do you put up with "spyware" which takes illegal peeks at your PC. Read on to see how you can stop this latest scourge of the Internet age...
Chords & Notes
WITH THE kind of interest the film has already generated, the music will now only add to its strength. What with veteran director K. Raghavendra Rao directing his100th film, "Mega-star's Menalludu" (Allu Aravind's son) making his debut, the ...
Rock `n roll
The musical juggernaut gets to roll in April with Rolling Stones choosing to visit Bangalore and Mumbai to enthral the rock fans in India.
Go creative with cakes
Cakes can be enjoyed at any time. Try some of these delicious varieties.
Talent extraordinary
Young Revathi's rendition of Annamacharya keertanas and the accompanying visual presentation on the saint poet enhanced the devotional fervour of the evening.

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