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Happy to go slow and steady: Sanya

Happy to go slow and steady: Sanya

Actress Sanya Malhotra, who is gearing up for the release of her films, says she would rather go slow with quality projects than sign films to maintain visibility.

When Rasika ‘betrayed’ Nawazuddin

When Rasika ‘betrayed’ Nawazuddin

Actress Rasika Dugal says that her Manto co-star Nawazuddin Siddiqui felt betrayed as she got paid for working in the forthcoming film.

Always wanted to be a Mani Ratnam heroine, says Aditi

Always wanted to be a Mani Ratnam heroine, says Aditi

Aditi Rao Hydari, who has collaborated with filmmaker Mani Ratnam for the second time, says she always wanted to be a Mani Ratnam heroine.

Defining bridal trends with bling and intricate details

Defining bridal trends with bling and intricate details

As is widely acknowledged, the Pakistan LOréal Bridal Week is second to none when it comes to supporting and developing new talent.

IIS celebrates Language Day

IIS celebrates Language Day

Various language departments of Ideal Indian School (IIS) recently celebrated Language Day as an aim to develop the language skills among the students, bring out their hidden linguistic talents and promote Hindi, Urdu, Malayalam, Arabic, French, Tamil, Kannada and Marathi.

P3CC elects new office bearers

P3CC elects new office bearers

Province 3 Co-ordination Council - Qatar (P3CC) recently elected its new office bearers in its first general assembly at Shalimar Restaurant. Samir K C has been elected as the new chairman of 29 member working committee.

73,000 years old!

73,000 years old!

The ancient piece of art predates any other known abstract or figurative drawings from Africa, Europe and Indonesia by 30,000 years and is on the smooth, concave side of a grindstone tool that’s only 1.5 inches long, writes Deborah Netburn

Coping with death

Coping with death

When feelings aren’t acknowledged, grief can go underground and lead to a host of physical and psychological symptoms, including depression, distancing and burnout By Judith Graham

Nepali community celebrates Teej with zest

Nepali community celebrates Teej with zest

Non Resident Nepalese Association-National Co-ordination Council (NRNA-NCC) in collaboration with 50 other community organisations recently celebrated Rishi Panchami, the third day of Teej festival at Gulf Paradise Hotel.

His Heart is in the right place, has right pace

His Heart is in the right place, has right pace

Like a good doctor humours his patients, Dr Sandeep Jauhar leaves a trail of humour you cannot miss, writes Mayabhushan Nagvenkar

Fighting grief with punk rock

Fighting grief with punk rock

Being labelled as punk rockers is not something which is particularly appreciated by IDLES

‘Killer robots’ to protect Great Barrier Reef from deadly starfish

‘Killer robots’ to protect Great Barrier Reef from deadly starfish

Australian scientists are releasing new tech robots in the hopes of controlling an epidemic of coral-eating crown-of-thorns starfish that are hurting the world’s largest coral system, the Great Barrier Reef. By Subel Bhandari

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