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Vol 6 Issue 21, May 22 - 28, 2015
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True action
True action

Taking a break from meditation and kung fu classes, the nuns of Druk Amitabha Mountain nunnery are using their skills to rebuild the lives of Nepal’s earthquake survivors, says Vishal Gulati

  Posted    23-May-2015    Vol 6 Issue 21
Looking good
Looking good

A slimmer, fitter, Sunidhi Chauhan says losing weight was not intentional and credits her new look to a healthy diet. The singer will be seen in a new avatar in a singing based reality show

  Posted    23-May-2015    Vol 6 Issue 21
Hot and spicy
Hot and spicy

Chandigarh's Pal Dhaba is popular for both veg and non-veg dishes. Even Canadian PM Stephen Harper wanted to check out the food here during his visit to the city in 2012, says Jaideep Sarin

  Posted    23-May-2015    Vol 6 Issue 21
Delving deep
Delving deep

An Indo-French venture to delve into the Arabian sea bed to salvage shipwrecks will yield not just gold, silver and gems but priceless historic data and artifacts, says Mayabhushan Nagvenkar
 

  Posted    18-May-2015    Vol 6 Issue 20
Brave film
Brave film

Unlike most bio-pics that leave relatives of the protagonist fuming, Neerja Bhanot has the nod of the family of the brave Pan Am airhostess, who died saving passengers, says Jaideep Sarin  

  Posted    18-May-2015    Vol 6 Issue 20
Naval connection
Naval connection

Bollywood actress Deepti Naval wants to write stories on Kashmir. The veteran actress, whose mother has a Kashmiri Dogra lineage, tells Sheikh Qayoom that she has nothing to do with politics

  Posted    18-May-2015    Vol 6 Issue 20
Beyond bars
Beyond bars

Hulugappa Kattimani, a theatre person, and Gopal Hosur, a police officer, joined hands to let convicts have a free run with theatre. Preethi Nagaraj tells us what Sankalpa did to the prisoners and how they enriched the performing art itself

  Posted    18-May-2015    Vol 6 Issue 20
Looming change
Looming change

Designer Ritu Kumar opposes a proposal to change the Handloom Reservation Act, who has given protection to the weavers so long, telling Nivedita that the change could hit 4.4 million families

  Posted    11-May-2015    Vol 6 Issue 19
Skin care
Skin care

Food can age you, says Jamuna Pai, giving tips on dietary changes to slow down ageing. Here is an excerpt from the dermatologist’s book, ‘No One has to Know: Smart Anti-Ageing For Indian Skin’

  Posted    04-May-2015    Vol 6 Issue 18
Border crossing
Border crossing

Pakistani actress Sarwat Gilani would love to do an Indian project, film or TV. She remembers India whenever it rains in Karachi, she told Sandeep Sharma, opening up on her Indian connections

  Posted    27-Apr-2015    Vol 6 Issue 17
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