Search results for ' Alabaster'.
The courage of Captain Haneef, Vir Chakra, martyr at 25Rediff.com23 Jul 2019
'Captain Haneef-ud-din, pulling his sinewy body forward, crawled, rifle in hand, in the snow on 6 June 1999. He died on this craggy mountainside exactly two years after he had passed out of the IMA...'
Cairo is a feast for all the sensesRediff.com15 May 2018
Cairo, Egypt's sprawling capital, is a maelstrom of sights, sounds and smells.
Padmaavat Review: Rajput pride played out on a loopRediff.com25 Jan 2018
'Sanjay Leela Bhansali's historical characters behave as though they are already aware of the chapters that will be dedicated to them and the sonnets that will be written in their memory.' 'And yet, they talk relentlessly about making and remaking history.' 'Can anything be more superficial?' asks Sreehari Nair.
Food confessions from a fashion designerRediff.com3 Dec 2015
Wendell Rodricks's passion for fashion has its roots in food, he reveals in this heartwarming essay.
Check out Barack's home in MumbaiRediff.com4 Nov 2010
This palatial suite, with Italian marble floors, furnished with antiques (ranging from Belgian chandeliers to British era artifacts), original paintings (that were restored by a battery of artists after they were damaged in the terrorist attacks) and old-style grandeur, offers a patio overlooking the harbour, a balcony in the shadow of the Gateway, a master bedroom and a living-dining room.
Raja Sen: Raavan is unforgivably boringRediff.com18 Jun 2010
Raavan's deadliest sin isn't in the clumsy dialogue, hammy acting or lame, oversimplified adaptation but in that it fails to engage us.
Anandha Thandavam not as good as the novelRediff.com10 Apr 2009
The successive works of a hit-maker are always eagerly looked forward to. Will he be able to re-create the magic, or will the film fall flat on its face?
Indian's work of art sold for Rs 16.75 cr!Rediff.com5 Jul 2008
However, at the same auction, where a small sculpture was bagged for Rs 4.15 crore (Rs 41.5 million), he also received his highest price ever for an Untitled work in alabaster with a double concave (playing once again on the form of duality that he constantly explores) for a record Rs 16.75 crore (Rs 167.5 million).
Designing hospitality his passionRediff.com5 May 2007
Being saddled with the tag of 'hospitality industry specialist' doesn't bother architect Bobby Mukherji. He feels it is good to do work in an industry where people from all over the world can take a closer look and admire it.
Daimler Chrysler upbeat on OrissaRediff.com23 Apr 2007
Orissa is truly shining. Its new found status as an investment destination has seen a significant increase in the customer base for various luxury products.