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Award-winning filmmaker Mani Kaul passes away at 67

Thursday 7 July '11

After years of struggling with prostrate cancer, filmmaker Mani Kaul eventually breathed his last at 1.15 am on Wednesday.
Whose Punchline is it Anyway?

Wednesday 6 July '11

Emmy Award-winning actor and comedian Wayne Alphonso Brady is best remembered for the American comedy series, Whose Line is It Anyway? During his India tour this fortnight, he will hammer us with his ...
Whose Punchline is it Anyway?

Tuesday 5 July '11

Emmy Award-winning actor and comedian Wayne Alphonso Brady is best remembered for the American comedy series, Whose Line is It Anyway?
Running After DK

Tuesday 5 July '11

Bosedk has given Aamir Khan sleepless nights, confessed the actor-director at a press conference in Delhi yesterday.
Running After DK

Tuesday 5 July '11

Bosedk has given Aamir Khan sleepless nights, confessed the actor-director at a press conference in Delhi yesterday.
Indian Cuisine, English medium

Sunday 3 July '11

The garish interiors and small portions at Angrezee Dhaba fail to impress
Whose Punchline is it Anyway?

Sunday 3 July '11

took up improvisational comedy at the age of 18 so that I would never be at a loss when I was on stage or in front of the camera.
Whose Punchline is it Anyway?

Saturday 2 July '11

I took up improvisational comedy at the age of 18 so that I would never be at a loss when I was on stage or in front of the camera.
Heroes of the Dance floor

Sunday 3 July '11

With the growth of nightclubs, DJs are spinning both fortune and fame
Beyond Abbey Road

Friday 24 June '11

New York-based TV producer Vivek J Tiwary is not your average Beatles fan, who lives in your imagination. He is rather imaginative himself
Second Time Lucky?

Thursday 23 June '11

In the 2004 Bollywood dud, Kyun! Ho Gaya Na, she played a sprightly sidekick to Aishwarya Rai’s character.
Beyond Abbey Road

Thursday 23 June '11

New York-based TV producer Vivek J Tiwary is not your average Beatles fan, who lives in your imagination. He is rather imaginative himself.
Beyond Abbey Road

Thursday 23 June '11

New York-based TV producer Vivek J Tiwary is not your average Beatles fan, who lives in your imagination. He is rather imaginative himself.
Hoping for luck to strike, Kajal returns to Bollywood again

Tuesday 21 June '11

Southern star Kajal Agarwal sets out to make her second Bollywood 'debut', this time in Ajay Devgn's 'Singham'.
Second Time Lucky?

Tuesday 21 June '11

In the 2004 Bollywood dud, Kyun! Ho Gaya Na, she played a sprightly sidekick to Aishwarya Rai’s character.
Barrel Rising

Friday 17 June '11

The brew is changing its colour. From a deep burgundy, it is becoming golden yellow with a thick, foamy neck.
INDIA AT CANNES: JUST RED CARPET ROLL CALL

Thursday 16 June '11

For more than two decades, not one film from India has made it to the competition section of the Cannes Film Festival.
Pain Killer

Tuesday 14 June '11

Two-time Grammy award winner, US rapper and hip-hop artist T-Pain about his inspiration and the upcoming India tour.
Wheeling Around  

Monday 13 June '11

The practice of zooming around on a narrow laminated plywood attached to fibre-glass wheels is not a favourite hobby for Indians — and Arom Reverr, 21, a professional skateboarder, cannot understand w...
Shaitan: When the devil cares about details

Monday 13 June '11

Debut director of 'Shaitan' Bejoy Nambiar explains how his film is about exploring the dark side of the moon.

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Pratap Bhanu MehtaYou, the UPA, destroyed roads, airlines, power, education, industry, employment… you rocked the financial boat, you came for freedom, you legitimised being corrupt. But we did not speak out. Remember, we do have the vote. Pratap Bhanu Mehta While we were silent, July 11 Comments
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