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In sync with innovations


Australian percussionist Ben Walsh was recently in the capital offering an exciting audio-visual show, specially crafted for Indians.

Scott on a Bolly high


Singer, actor, dancer and glamorous DJ, Manasi Scott grabs your attention the moment she takes to the console. But what has her all excited now is her latest acting stint in a film from the house of Bhatts.

It’s sonny days for Konkona


She loves travelling, has a fetish for desserts and strong coffee and is currently busy pampering her baby boy. For Konkona, despite facing so many ups and downs, life has just begun on a fresh note. Her son and her work have given a new meaning to her life. We recently caught up with Konkona Sen Sharma, who was in the capital at the opening of the new format of Café Coffee Day –– ‘The Coffee Day Square’.

Dress code: Regional chic


Traditional South-Indian lungis to Nauvari saris of Maharashtra and rich Jamdani saris of Bengal are getting a contemporary twist as Bollywood divas add a dash of glam to them. Be it Deepika Padukone’s lungi-babe look in her upcoming movie Chennai Express or Sonakshi Sinha’s Bengali touch for Lootera or the sexy Gujarati chaniya-choli for Rambo Rajkumar; traditional dressing style is surely getting trendier.

Modern twist to timeless love classic


One of the most popular love stories of the English literary tradition, Romeo and Juliet continues to inspire theatre directors to revisit the drama, time and again.

Heady high of a love anthem


After years of struggle, Bollywood music director and singer Ankit Tiwari created his success story with the latest love anthem of the year, Sun Raha Hai Na Tu from Aashiqui 2.

Political rockers on a revolutionary roll


It made for a perfect musical gig with some hard-hitting, qualitative rock music, youngsters sporting funky chains and tees, head-banging and singing along at Hard Rock Café in the city on June 14.

Unity in diversity


Bringing together five young and creative minds, an upcoming exhibition titled “Peers 2013” by Khoj Studios will display some interesting works ranging from a hanging installations made of ribbons and

A teenager’s ultimate high


Altitude sickness, torrential snowfall, dead bodies — nothing could dent Moradabad-based Raghav Joneja’s determination the youngest Indian (15 years and seven months) to have scaled Mt Everest, after

From the vegan kitchen


Renowned restaurateur and author Ritu Dalmia’s recently launched cook-book Diva Green: A Vegetarian’s Cookbook gives a new lease of life to all that is vegetarian through simple yet classic recipes th

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