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Discover secrets of Bombay Girl


Students, academicians, literature lovers thronged the American Center for the launch of the first book of the trilogy series of Bombay Girl, by author Kavita Daswani.

The planet of Apps

Brothers Shravan 12, and Sanjay, 10 are the country’s youngest mobile application developers

For Chennai’s Sanjay and Shravan Kumaran, India’s youngest mobile application developers, smartphones and tablets are the most intimate companions.

Khadi inspires city youngsters


Khadi, the hand-woven fabric has been an intrinsic part of our heritage. Delhi’s youth continue to draw inspiration from this indigenous fabric, despite the market being flooded with Western clothes and other fabrics.
“Khadi is the perfect blend of old and contemporary India. Plus, it is an excellent option when you want to look formal and not be formal.

Writer explores the world of contemporary art


Forty-year-old Harsh Sinha unknowingly enters into the art world. He is so moved by a painting bearing his name that he ends up spending almost all his life’s savings on it. Announcing a year-long break from his advertising job in Mumbai, he returns to Chennai to his wife and daughter.

Salons cater to kids as young as four


Kavya Joshi’s parents are busy arranging for their daughter’s princess-themed birthday bash. Kavya, is turning eight and her pre-birthday plans include visits to the hairstylist to braid her hair with dazzling ribbons and beads; the pedicurist to soak her feet in rose petals and honey; the make-up artiste to apply pink or red lip-gloss and rouge on her cheeks.

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I want to begin with a little story that was told to me by a leading executive at Aptech. He was exercising in a gym with a lot of younger people.

Shekhar Kapur’s Bandit Queen didn’t make the cut. Neither did Shaji Karun’s Piravi, which bagged 31 international awards.