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Roli Books has come out with a rare view of the life of the royalty in "The Unforgettable Maharajas". ZIYA US SALAM tells us a thing or two about the book which brings back the lost world of majesty and dignity.
Know Your City

The path of the faithful
TEEMING DELHI has no shortage of folks, and the tides of humanity flowing down the weekday streets towards a single commuter destination make one realise the power of unified action. But milling crowds don't make a satsang. In this city where the ...

Making a debut in book-writing this past week with "The Indian Media Business", journalist Vanita Kohli tells SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY there is no conflict of interest between profit-making and the quality of contents of a media organisation.

"A Model House". Almost model words. RANA SIDDIQUI finds all this and much more in a frank chat with Uttara Chauhan, an architect-turned-writer.
Think with a blink
Author K. Venkataraman makes life easier for students with "Think Without Ink - An Adventure with Quantitative Problems". ANUJ KUMAR sums up.

Fresh arrival
RECENTLY LAUNCHED K's Mall showroom which is known for its complete dress material stock under one roof and claims to have arguably redefined retail marketing in Delhi, is now once again full with fresh arrivals at its Karol Bagh outlet. ...
Eating Out

The art of fine dining
A child's lifestyle is unhealthy to begin with: Going to school on an empty stomach, returning to cold or junk food, then watching TV for an hour.
A suite of food options
SUMITRA SENAPATY tries out the latest gastronomic possibilities on offer at Savoy Suites in Noida, East of Delhi.
Seafood Fest at Chins
FOR THOSE fond of seafood Chins restaurant at New Delhi's Jaypee Siddharth hotel would be a nice experience. The restaurant attracts a great deal of business clientele, situated as it is in the commercial hub of Rajendra Place. This Chinese ...

Keying in a new Katha
INTEL IS making inroads into the country and writing a new tale in community development with Katha, the non-government organisation that seeks to "enhance lifelong learning" amongst people that the West would call the `underserved'. Intel has ...
Page-3 for a cause
PAGE THREE now will not be all about celebrities flaunting their lifestyles. It will also have some serious, sensitive issues. Actionaid Indiahas taken the initiative. It has kicked off a campaign, titled "Karm Mitra" to sensitise public by ...
Mandira casts a spell
MANDIRA BEDI is known for her escapades on the small and big screen and then for her advent as a cricket commentator on television - a hot presence that might have been hotly debated by the serious cricket fans but welcomed by hers. Her latest ...
Land & People

Feasting, fasting at Jama Masjid
THE HOLY month of Ramzan in which the Holy Quran was revealed to Prophet Mohammed is here. And the faithful in Delhi keep their annual date with the month marked by fasting from pre-dawn to dusk, prayers at night and discipline in every walk of ...

Reel birth, `real' death
HIS EVIL act in "Calcutta Mail" may have received a red signal at the box-office, but Satish Kaushik is relaxing in his auteur act with "Tere Naam" stamping its identity on viewers' hearts and is gearing up for a virtual divine act of giving ...

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