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National squash champion Ritwik Bhattacharya has broken through the 100 barrier—the 22-year-old Delhi boy is ranked 94th in the world and figures among the top 8 in Asia. Now isn’t this something to raise a toast for? And you thought we only have a Tendulkar.
If I&B minister Sushma Swaraj wants to ban ftv in India, wonder whether she got an invite to the just-concluded India Fashion Week. If not, we show you a model with a Rohit Bal creation. Or maybe, we shouldn’t have. But, oh... we have.
Curator Rajiv Sethi was recently honoured with the Order of merit of the state of Lower Saxony by HE Heimo Richter, the German ambassador to Delhi, for his pavilion, the Basic Needs, at the Expo 2000, Hannover. Covering 7,000 sq meters and built in more than 50 countries, the project was conceived and curated by Sethi with a budget of more than $20 million.
Bangalore never was rocked by such a hurricane. And at the end of it, the 35,000-strong crowd at the Scorpions’ maiden concert in India couldn’t stop jiving till late in the night. No wonder, the Winds of Change is sweeping Bangaloreans off their feet.
Is Mrs Nene moving south? According to the latest Bollywood rumour, Madhuri Dixit has confirmed dates for a Rs 8-crore mega venture, Jagajanani. Our lady with the 1,000-watt smile, reportedly, plays Santoshi Ma in the film with Tabu playing Mayadevi. Wonder why Mrs Nene has taken Yeh Raaste’s failure so seriously. Madhuri, you still have fans up north.
The suspense is over now and this time the confirmation comes straight from the horse’s mouth. Our very own songbird, Anaida, is off to Hollywood to star in a flick. “Yes I have been offered a role in an English film, but I cannot say anything about it right now,” she was quoted as saying recently. Now with such a tag to go with her vocal chords, surely Bollywood couldn’t really be too far away?