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Gutka ban extended by a year

Minister of state for the FDA, Satej Patil, on Thursday, informed the Legislative Council that the ban on gutka, which ends on July 19, has been extended for another year, effective from July 20.

Bands unite for flood victims


It’s been a month since nature’s fury tore through Uttarakhand and changed life forever for the flash flood victims.

Sensuous threads


She is known for her sensuous, flowy kaftans that can accentuate any body type with oodles of elegance.

Pub crawling picks up with partyholics


The nightlife of a city is often the best way to describe its cool quotient.

Knocking on Shiva’s door


In the modern age, when people are obsessed with all things futuristic, an amateur photographer decided to go back in time and relive the splendours of architecture in its purest form.

Jackie wants a classic wedding


She is just three years old in Bollywood, but looks like this Sri Lankan beauty is pretty well versed with the tricks of the trade.

Films meet sports in fest arena


In a country obsessed with sports and films, surprisingly we don’t get to see the two coming together for entertainment.

Gen Next’s fantastic five


The stage is set for Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2013 and like every year, this time too five talented designers from across the country will be showcasing their creations.

Bad boys with great style


Every year at the glittering IIFA weekend one gets to see the best of Indian cinema and fashion in a foreign destination. As part of the fashion segment, this year the Grey Goose IIFA Rocks 2013 (July 4 – 6) have shortlisted Delhi-based designer Shantanu and Nikhil Mehra, who will be presenting a collection inspired by Indian cinema.

Haute gets hotter


Think bridal shopping and the first city that comes to mind is Delhi. From the rickety shaadiwala shops in Chandni Chowk to the glitzy designer stores in swanky malls — the city has much to offer when it comes to bridal trousseau.

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