Beauty and the East
The tenth edition of the Miss India-Canada beauty pageant, which has produced celebrities like Kamal Sidhu and Ruby Bhatia, begins on July 29.
US animal-lovers slam India's leather exporters, squeeze business.
US asks Pak to create conditions for talks
Undersecretary of state Thomas Pickering said India should consider a dialogue and that Pakistan should try to create a conducive atmosphere.
Putting their money on ice
Sanjay Kumar and Charles Wang become the fourth owners of the New York Islanders since 1997.
Music without borders
'Funkadesi' smashes stereotypes and records with its funky brand of fusion music
Awara, Pyaasa to be screened at UCLA
The screenings are part of the university's series on musicals, with 70 films from 20 countries.
Bringing the old and new together on canvas
Panchal Mansaram relies on the brush, the mouse and some old-fashioned glue to produce some arresting works.
Terrorist in 'overlooked' films fest
'It is not a political film, but a personal one,' wrote movie critic Roger Ebert, who started the festival
US may lift sanctions during Vajpayee visit
US officials hinted at easing of curbs, saying this would help strengthen bilateral relations that got a boost during President Clinton's visit to India.
Close encounters of the starry kind
The six Bollywood celebrities attending the Millennium Masti show had Toronto in a real tizzy.
'Just click me, baby!'
The dotcoms are splurging on ads to draw attention. But the results will be seen only next year...
Making sense of the Sensex
What a person investing in the Indian stock market ought to know.
A requiem for the dead
Shelley Saywell makes a film on those still reliving the tragedy of Kanishka, Air-India Flight No 182.
PIOs pleased about new dept for them
They hope it will augur the institution of dual citizenship and the end of bureaucratic tangles.