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`Don't go by my earlier work'
STYLING women of substance
Women can now climb the corporate ladder with elan
Local toons, global class
Indian toons can make international grade, says Ashish S. Kulkarni, who has been chosen an Associate for the body that presents the prestigious Emmy Awards
In a green pasture
Affluent residents of Bangalore North now have a gallery in their neighbourhood
THE LATINO LASS IS BACK
After six years of hibernation, Gloria Estefan is back with her unique brew of Latino-Pop music
Waiting for an encore
KSCA is being readied for the India-Australia match on November 12. People might like the stadium for its green outfield, but they would also like a win
To be a sport
Playing a game is not about winning and losing. It's about fun and learning to work as a team. This is the spirit that drives Sportz Village
BOLLYWOOD MASALA that's what we associate Kareena Kapoor with. Until recently, Kareena was comfortable with regulation Bollywood films, steamy song sequences, running around trees et al. Now, she seems to have taken a U-turn. ...
In a new role
SHE FIRST played opposite a cricketer in Khel and now will appear with a well-known model-actor in Feroze Khan's Janasheen. Glamour personified Celina Jaitley, who has had considerable media attention for starring with debutant hero ...
REKHA'S ROLES in recent flicks, even if they have been marm-ish, have come in for a lot of praise. She has been careful in choosing her roles, refraining from the temptation of going on a signing spree. Her role as Hrithik Roshan's mother in the ...
Sunny's turn now
AFTER SHAH Rukh Khan, Aishwarya Rai, and Vivek Oberoi, it is now the turn of Sunny Deol to fall sick. Muscle man confined to bed with a backache? If this explanation sounded unconvincing to some, it is because of reports that the body-builder ...
Chrysathemums make perfect cut flowers, adding cheer to interiors
Warmth of light
Estelle's new range is a blend of the contemporary and the traditional
Stories are for telling
A generation fed on Cartoon Network no longer cares to listen to stories? The success of Hocus-Pocus, an evening of story-telling at British Council, dispelled this myth
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