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By Ranjana Kakodkar
As our country continues to sprint forward at supersonic speed in an attempt to achieve supremacy in every sundry field you can imagine companies world wide are spreading their tentacles across the saath samundar, all the way to cities and towns across India, enticed by the allure of a mega success story in the making.

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Drum the Sticks this Monsoon

Chef SK Raj of Palette Hotels recommends
Now ‘drumstick’ can refer to many things….a tool for playing drums, a brand of ice cream, a leg of chicken, a video game character found in Daddy Kong racing, a chewy candy made by Swizzle Matlow, even a film made in the year 1955.

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DISGUSTING! THAT’S NOT ME!

A few months after her sister Isabel was embroiled in a porn clip controversy which was being circulated in her name but actually featured her  lookalike, Katrina Kaif is now the target of a similar online craze. Not surprisingly, Kat’s hopping mad about the video.

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Mahakshay

Mimoh will now be known as Mahakshay. Vikram Bhatt, who is relaunching Mithun Chakraborthy’s son in Haunted, has decided to go in for a name change.

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Buddha nahin mila

Ashutosh Gowariker’s ambitious project Buddha has been put on hold. The filmmaker was on the hunt to find the right actor to play the lead role. However, after failing to finalise someone to play Buddha, Ashu has decided to take a break from the casting process.

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Dutt’s taken care of

Sanju ensures Maana has a happy b’day, gets friends to spend time with his wife and even leaves behind a janamdin ka tohfa
Sanjay Dutt won’t be in town today as wife Maanayata (who is expecting twins) turns 32.

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Towards an inclusive society

Two renowned singers Devki Pandit and Arti Ankalikar Tikekar will fill the evening with enchantment with their mellifluous voice. The Goan audience will have a treat to listen to solo performances by these vocalists and a jugalbandhi concert, too. This will be presented at the Diananath Mangueshkar hall, Kala Academy on July 24 at 6 p.m.

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Tagore’s life revisited

The Bengali cultural association, Panaji as part of the year long celebrations to mark the 150th birth anniversary of Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore organised a function called Rabindra Jayanti 2010 at Dinanath Mangueshkar hall, Kala Academy recently.

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Ordinary Women–Extraordinary Tales

Over the last four years, a few slim, starkly told memoirs - and others of their kind - have become a body of work. They have given a voice to women used to being voiceless, a face to women who are usually invisible in today’s India
Baby Halder became a writer between domestic chores. She wrote hesitantly in the pages of an exercise book given to her by her employer, an anthropology professor.

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Ashadhi Ekadashi celebrated with traditional fervour

RAMESH SAVAIKAR | NT NET WORK
BICHOLIM: Devotees of Vithal and Rakhumai celebrated Ashadhi Ekadashi with traditional fervour, enthusiasm and gaiety by performing religious rituals. The day began with devotes keeping a fast on this auspicious day and offering prayers to Lord Vithal, seeking blessings for a prosperous and happy life.

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