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Jihadi chic on the runway

A male model showcases ‘utility chic’ collection of fashion label Maharishi  by Hardy Blechman

A militant style A/W 2015 collection by fashion label Maharishi has designers and stylists question and criticise its intent and fashion sense

‘No supporting roles for me’

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A fresh new royalty is all set to be a promising face of the Bollywood brigade. At the age of 20, city-based Alisa Kkhan hailing from the lineage of Mohammad Nawab Ghaziauddin Khan, under whom Ghaziabad, Delhi NCR, is named, plans to stir up tinsel town. Having done over 12 superhit Punjabi music videos in the past, including some with Mika and Bally Sagoo among others, Alisa has set her steps in the film world.

Dance till you drop

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It is that time of the year when you let your hair down, tap your feet and cheer aloud as the seventh edition of one of the premier Electronic dance and music (EDM) festivals, Sunburn 2013 kicks off today.

Of, by & for the tweeple

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Delving into the minds of the Indian Tweeple, Twittamentary India is an extended version of Twittamentary (the international version), a docu-feature showcasing how Twitter has emerged as an interactive platform for youngsters from various walks of life about social and politically relevant issues.

Regional rock on a roll

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For quite a long time English songs dominated the rock music scene in India.

Friendships that go the distance

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An IIM Ahmedabad graduate and IISc Bangalore alumnus, author Vibhor Tikiya has done a bit of everything. He has been around in many conventional fields before he took to writing his debut novel Dada.

‘I’m a romantic person in real life’

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Defining 90’s glam, popular Brit pop band The Spice Girls were the toast and envy of fashionistas all over.

Spudding Bromance

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All bromance stories tend to begin from light conversations held at restrooms.

Delights from Down Under

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Australia, to the average Indian mind might be about few sledging cricketers, kangaroos and the ‘Wolverine’-ish Hugh Jackman, but the country also has an iconic cuisine to boast about. To ensure that the cuisine wins accolades an ongoing Australian Food Festival has flown in chefs from the country.

Retro hits rock city pubs

Youngsters dance to the tunes of the evergreen classics of Bollywood at clubs and parties

Old hits are on a new high. Youngsters are now gyrating to the sensual Dhak dhak karne laga and the peppy Naino mein sapna — old but evergreen songs that gave Bollywood some of its famous latkas and jhatkas. Be it in the film world or ad world, old melodies from the 90’s, 80’s and even earlier are striking the right chords with young music enthusiasts, who are loving and lapping up the snazzier and contemporary remixed versions of the tracks.

There are many ways you can react to the dastardly terrorist attack on the Army camp in Uri, close to the Line of Control with Pakistan.

Just days after the legendary abolition of Nepal’s monarchy, this writer went on a cloak-and-dagger ride out of Kathmandu.