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Mother of all folk songs
March 8, 2004
In 85 years, Mariamma John has lived more than a lifetime. She has woven baskets, delivered babies, bathed infants and e ...
Pipaji, a saint devoted to social awakening
April 1, 2004
MALWA HAD been under the influence of renowned seers who, from time to time, awakened its people from dogmatic rituals a ...
Raja's home based on Rajasthani architecture
April 11, 2004
The architecture of Rajasthan has mesmerised people worldwide, including former Pak captain Rameez Raja who redesigned h ...
Gujarati cinema icons hit campaign trail
December 6, 2002
They sing, they
and they deliver speeches full of histrionics as their audiences blow shrill whistles in appreciat ...
Megha Utsav to welcome monsoon
June 17, 2003
In a novel way to welcome monsoon, a three-day festival of
, music and art would be held here by a Kolkata-based or ...
Rejoicing in rain as monsoon hits northeast
June 7, 2003
Dozens of people
d in the rain in Guwahati after the monsoon hit the region, bringing welcome relief to the northea ...
March 21, 2003
Rob Marshall's debut feature Chicago is a delightful musical set in the 1920s America, when jazz and tap
were at t ...
July 22, 2003
Neeta Bhargava showcased her collection full of classicism and elegance. A perfect display of Bengal, Benaras and Orissa ...
Akshay is having khakee blues
August 30, 2003
Akshay is sulking as he will not be a part of the
number in Khakee. The song is a
director's and acto ...
English Bollywood challenges Mumbai Bollywood
December 27, 2003
Brit director James Wooding's Bollywood Queen, while following Mumbai's song and
routine, plans to outdo th ...
Birmingham troupe wins world bhangra dance title
December 25, 2003
Gurcharan Mall's Nachda Sansaar bhangra team has won the world bhangra dancing title in Chicago, reports Naban ...
Pak ready to talk but India must agree, says Kasuri
January 3, 2004
Pakistan wants to
to the music of peace, but India is not yet a willing partner, Foreign Minister Khurshid Mehmood ...
'Polls are a commodity'
April 14, 2004
As election frenzy reaches a crescendo, an eminent stage personality whose mission has been to promote socially relevant ...
May 1, 2004
Pegged as a "heady mix of retro,
and vintage with an urban bohemian expression", Lina Tipnis' collection had nothin ...
Chinese city opens winter fest
January 5, 2006
This northern Chinese city opened a winter festival Thursday with Russian
dancing, pushing ahead with a major touri ...
Who's Salman Khan's new best friend? Hint: It's not Shah Rukh Khan
Smoke, dirt needed to sell reality: Dibakar Banerjee on Byomkesh Bakshy
Bollywood is just a way of making money: Emraan Hashmi
Missing the point: Congress could do with a bit of orchestration
Taste for travel: How about a 'food-cation' these holidays?
Delhi girl marries outside caste, parents murder her
Miss Honduras Alvarado shot dead by sister's jealous boyfriend
Anand vs Carlsen: Chess World Championship game 10 ends in a draw
Happy Ending review: This Saif flick is a mixture of films it criticises
Hisar: Rampal arrested in late-night swoop from his ashram
Fuel dumps, bulletproof SUV found at Rampal’s ashram
Two Keralites to be declared saints by the Vatican today
Budget to unveil 'second generation' reforms: Arun Jaitley
Air India says no to seat upgrade, more free baggage for MPs
Govt to push economic agenda in winter session
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