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Archive for October, 2006



Who is afraid of kabhi alvida Na kehna?


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KANKBollywood is making a conscious attempt to do out of the box movies. It now wants to take the medium to the nook and crannies of issues, which till now have been glossed over. The critics have panned such movies citing the immature handling of a mature theme and that the directors had better go back to the super gloss movies of their yore.

The issue we are discussing here is the relevance of KANK to the emerging new India. Why is there such a hype and fanfare around movies that revolve around extra marital issues? It doesn’t sound like just moral policing to me. It’s got more to do with the paranoia that all us suffer from. A social paranoia, which has held us captives for sometime now. It is this fear that we need to come to terms with. A fear of the disturbing reality around us as a consequence of which anything that is out of sync, out of the existing order is viewed as a threat. People want them to be weeded out without leaving their spills behind.

Personal Consulting:My marriage is one year old…


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Dr.Kamaraj

Dr. Kamaraj, M.D. Ph.D
Sexual Medicine and Infertility Specialist

Dr.T.Kamaraj M.B.B.S, M.D, PGDCG, Ph.D is a specialist consultant in “Human sexual problems & Infertility”. He did his M.B.B.S in Madras University (year-1985) and M.D in Dr.M.G.R Medical University. He also did a Post Graduate Diploma in Psychological Guidance & Counselling (PGDCG) and Ph.D in “Reproductive Medicine”. At present he is doing reaserach in “Human Reproductive Medicine”. You can post your queries on sexual health here.

Dr. Kamaraj’s responses on sexual health queries:  

Name:Sania   Age:27  Gender:F 

Q:Hello doctor, my marriage is 1 year old and now we don’t go for the intercourse, because I am so afraid of this, without any reason. Just listened from my friends that its painful. I don’t my husband for this. We are so worried about this problem. Please guide us for this. Thanks for your help.

On Screen - Khosla ka Ghosla


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Khosla ka GhoslaFilm : KHOSLA KA GHOSLA

Starring : Anupam Kher, Boman Irani, Ranvir Sheorey, Parvin Dabbas, Tara Sharma

Director : Dibakar Banerjee

After a long time, here is one really ‘hat ke’ film that can make you laugh and cry at the same time. Khosla Ka Ghosla is one laugh–a-riot film that is really paisa vasool till the very last frame.

KK Khosla ( Anupam Kher) is a middle class salaried employee who dishes out Rs 30 lakhs from his life savings to purchase a plot in South Delhi so that he and his two sons and daughter can live in a more spacious bungalow,with each one having a floor to himself.

But his dreams are nipped when they are just ready to bloom because after he pays the money to the realtor, he discovers that a rich thug called Khurana ( Boman Irani) has forcibly occupied his land  and refuses to vacate unless he is paid Rs 15 lakhs to move out ! The outraged Khosla family is stupefied and tries everything from  going to the police to hiring thugs to evict the goons occupying the land. But in the end it is Khosla who ends up in jail since Khurana has money power to back him at every level in his illegal evil plans, with the realtor   being hand in glove with him.

The “falling out of love” syndrome


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Falling out of love“Till death do us part” has probably failed to stand the test of time but interestingly the institution of marriage hasn’t. People still believe in tying the knot. However, with the variety of lifestyle choices available and the growing acceptance of individual choices by the society at large, this symptom of “falling out of love “is being experienced by a lot of people. Or probably a better way to put it would be to say that more people are voicing their opinions on the issue now than ever before.

Actually, in order to understand the idea of “falling out of love” I tried to explore what this much talked about idea of “falling in love” is all about. And not surprisingly I found a plethora of definitions. Based on the different definitions I can vouch for the fact that a vast majority of the human race experience this emotion. Some define it as a wild beating of the heart at the sight of the other while others say that it is a feeling of comfort that one feels in the company of the other. But, no matter how they choose to define it this whole business of falling in love is a very desirable and ecstatic affair. So, what is it that after being a part of such a desirable experience that many people are beginning to feel that “wow” factor is kind of wearing out and they are beginning to feel as if they have or are falling out of love.

Curry it up


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The Gastronomic preferences of a Nation can be as effective a conversation line as the English weather. In fact cuisines of a land especially one as diverse as India are any connoisseur’s delight. The Indian curry flavoursfood culture of a land mirrors the diverse ethnicities that prevail in that land. India is no exception to this as its cuisines are firmly couched in the socio- cultural background of a region. As in every other realm Indian cuisines also have been a dynamic proposition wherein several western influences have been incorporated. Yet the desi hand is unmistakably there in every regional recipe.

There are several cuisines in India, which are rich treasure troves of Indian heritage. For e.g. cuisines like Kashmiri, konkani, Goan, Gujarat, Rajasthani, Punjabi etc. Here is an assortment of interesting recipes for you to try out.

Konkani food

Konkani kitchen has two schools the spicy non-Brahmin school and the not so spicy Coconut flavourcoconut based konkanast Brahmin cuisine. The other spices that find a strong presence in konkani cuisine are peanuts, sesame and coriander. Their garam masala is called the bottle masala and has 20- 25 ingredients in it .The USP of the konkani cuisine is the consistency of the masala as it is never ground fine. Instead the masala is a coarse flaky powder, flaky because of the red chilies and the charcoal grilled onions. Their cuisine is never complete without coconut in any form either grated and raw or grated and fried.