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Political rockathon


Political parties are trying their best to prove that there is more to politics than just scandals and scams. In a bid to woo voters in the run-up to the 2014 elections, parties have started improvising their campaign techniques.

Moms call the shots


A baby’s smile surely lights up a mother’s life. No wonder that some of the best amateur photographers are mommies. Celebrating the occasion of Mother’s Day, Dhoomimal Gallery in the city saw an interesting mix of socialites, entrepreneurs, beauty experts, fashion designers and others who shared the two best shots of their kids.

Jassi’s musical tribute to love


Keeping pace with the changing times, Delhi-based young musician Aditya Jassi recently released his solo album 7 and the video of Tu Kaun Hai from the album was recently premiered on MTV.

IPL stars’ hairdos score big with fans


The IPL has moved far beyond just cricket. The cricketers are seen sporting interesting hairstyles on the field. Be it Virat Kohli’s spikes or Chris Gayle’s dreadlocks, their quirky hairstyles have been receiving mixed response from style freaks and city youngsters.

Gorgeous girls


Model-actress Lisa Haydon’s sister Malika Haydon is one half of the DJ duo, The Electroverts, (the other half is her best friend Nina Shah), which produces progressive house and electronic music.

Bride-to-be Dia on a career high


Bollywood actress Dia Mirza had a glow on her face when she was in Delhi recently. Well she is going to be a pretty bride soon and she shared her wedding plans with director-producer Sahil Sangha.

New hues on the block


The wide canvas of Indian art is all set to celebrate new shades as the spotlight zooms in on a group of upcoming artists.

Young politicos sow seeds of change

Shashi Tharoor

The young parliamentarians of the nation are ready to reshape the future of the nation. Presenting a blueprint of the India of their dreams, a group of politicians got together in the city recently, cutting across ideologies, geographies and political affiliations.

Indo-Latin taste trail


It was passion for food along with her entrepreneurial instincts that made celebrity chef Rohini Dey start Vermilion, an Indo Latin cuisine restaurant in Chicago and then in Manhattan. Vermilion’s intellectually provocative fusion cuisine and concept borne out of Rohini’s passion to celebrate Indian cuisine in the US and from her extensive travels and vision.

Theatre enters the classroom


Theatre is one of the strongest mediums of expression. And it is now set to enter the school syllabus. CBSE has decided to introduce Theatre Studies as a subject in Classes XI and XII from the current academic year. It will be offered as an elective subject and have a theory paper of 70 marks and 30 marks for a case-study based project and viva voce. The decision has received mixed reactions.

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