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Flight to nowhere?
Despite dwindling patronage and interest, Patang Ghars are employing cutting edge technology to enrich the kite flying experience, writes SOUVIK CHOWDHURY
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Farewell Arif!
After a dedicated term S.M. Arif retires as the badminton coach

Husain's new `nama'
M.F. HUSAIN'S latest film starring Urmila in a triple role (as girls from Patiala, Pune and Patna) will be a comedy. "It is not the Charlie Chaplin kind but one which delves into the Indian sense of humour. The smile has gone ...
Depp's latest
JOHNNY DEPP will join John Malkovich and Samantha Morton to play John Wilmot, Earl Of Rochester - a playwright, poet, womaniser and pornographer, and considered the greatest scoundrel in the court of Charles II. The script, adapted by Stephen ...
Kill Bill Vol.2 release postponed
THE RELEASE of Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill Vol II has been postponed from February to April 16. Bosses at movie studio Miramax have declined to explain the delay, but Hollywood circles suspect the date change has been put in place to give Kill ...
Morea's Indo-Chinese tale
IN THE era of globalisation collaborative ventures between countries or Indians playing a role in foreign ventures is fast gaining ground. The Hindi-Chini Bhai Bhai seems to be back. A.R. Rahman composed music for the Chinese film ...
Ford, Flockhart, not an item
HARRISON FORD after downing at least five tequilas with beer chasers and flirting with local women in a bar in San Felipe, Baja California, told fellow revellers that his two-year-old relationship with Calista Flockhart was on the rocks. Is it ...
De Palma is back
BRIAN DE PALMA after sulking in Paris is back to direct Josh Hartnett and Mark Wahlberg in The Black Dahlia. The film based on a James Elroy novel uncovers the seamy side of Los Angeles. Focussing on the torture and murder of starlet ...
Chilling love story
"Ek Hasina Thi", which releases tomorrow, is a slick flick with an innovative look
Kya Scene Hai!
LOGIC? SIGH. It's one aspect that is sorely missed in films churned out regularly by Telugu cinema. Stories meander without head or tail, there is no continuity of characters who appear and disappear without any rationale and the protagonist does ...
Defying societal norms
LIFE IS all about restrictions. Unwritten diktats of society rule almost every aspect of life. Ever tried to set aside the claustrophobic regimen of daily life and be your natural self? Rekkalu Thodigina Manasu on Vissa TV is all ...
Jayasudha's mega effort
SHE IS turning out to be a great success in her new role. After ruling the big screen for years, Jayasudha has donned the role of a producer on the small screen front and the works of her production house have been generating enthusiastic ...

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