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Archive for July, 2007



ON SCREEN - Aap Ka Suroor


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Aap Ka SuroorFilm : Aap Ka Suroor
Starring :Himesh Reshamiyya, Mallika Sharawat,Hansikka  Motwani, Raj Babbar
Director: Prashant Chadha

Being the debut film of a singer like Himesh who is constantly dogged by controversies in the press, audiences are most likely to queue up to see what the fuss is all about and judge whether the guy is a better singer or actor. But surprisingly enough, the film doesn’t bore you one bit and is quite a slick production even though there are several loopholes in the story somewhere along the way. A sort of cross between a love story and a thriller, the film is actually a good watch for several reasons.

The unforgettable melodies of yesterday


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Melodies of yesterdayIt’s 7.30 in the morning. Filling my soul with the magic of deep love, is the heart-rending voice of Jagit Kaur singing, “Tum apna ranj aur gham, apni pareshani mujhe de do.” It wrenches my heart to know that in my life at least, there is no one who would be willing to shoulder the burden of my angst. No one to say to me, “Give me your sorrows and anxieties and I will bear them for you.” But surely there must be someone, somewhere for whom this song has been penned.

Rain Makes It Happen!


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Rain Makes It Happen!Every time you put on the TV, it seems another city is going down under the onslaught of the monsoon this rainy June and July. Endless visuals of flooded streets and subways, angry residents and woeful commuters can really affect your own cheerful approach to life. It is for precisely this reason that we have compiled a list of lesser known facts about the rain that happened out of the range of the TV cameras…

Planning your honeymoon


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Planning you honeymoon‘IGate Global Solutions CEO Phaneesh Murthy and Quintant Services co-founder T.G. Ramesh have joined hands to promote eco-tourism in India by setting up a chain of getaway resorts.’ This news item caught my eye, but why was I not surprised that two IT entrepreneurs were coming together to launch a resort company with most of its intended properties on the fringes of wild life sanctuaries? The great coincidence is that 80% of the locations chosen by this new venture are the ones Matrimony Xpress covered in the recent past – and what we wrote is 100% covered Bandipur, Nagarhole and even far off Kaziranga. We are about to herald in a new year -2006, and it is time for resolutions. From snails to emails the progress has gone a full circle and one resolution everyone should be making, especially the singles and newly married is to go out on a honeymoon, and what better place to discover an idea than this very web page? 

Millennial Vocations: Space for All


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Millennial VocationMy daughter is shortly leaving to do a one-year course in Government. A course in government? Most people don’t think they have heard it right the first time around, and ask us to repeat, or explain what the course is about. Offered in Pune at the MIT School of Government, this course, designed with a little help from Mr. T.N.Seshan is a grounding in public administration and international relations that can help young people to take up a career in the social or NGO sector, appear for the Civil Services, or become more informed and capable politicians!

As a millennial career choice, this is hardly as quirky as they come. My friend’s son has just completed school and is taking a year’s gap in studies while he learns a few foreign languages and does a DJ’s course in his spare time. He figures that he can earn some bucks at parties, even as he decides what other serious career to pursue. There are institutes today offering courses in bar-tending and DJing, reflexology and salsa dancing – and there are young people learning these skills made popular by globalization. As the world shrinks to become a more homogenous place where cultural differences have given way to bars, discos, salons and spas being open in any corner of the world, such formerly off-beat vocations become more acceptable, and financially rewarding too.