The Tribune Spectrum
Sunday, February 6, 2000

Indian beauty goes public

The awakening in the beauty business has also come as a boon to the ad industry. Most cosmetic firms spend a fortune on advertising. This is particularly welcome in view of the sluggish growth of the economy on other fronts, says V. Gangadhar

Week Specials

Great Minds,
by Kuldip Dhiman

A peep into the child’s world,
by Ervell E. Menezes

Jaya plays mother smothered by duty,
by Vimla Patil

Of faith, sculptures and broken bangles,
by Rooma Mehra

The Shan of Punjabi literature,
by Joginder Singh Bedi

'ART & ARTIST: "I want to withdraw from mediocrity",
Belu Maheshwari

Week Specials

TELEVISION: Entertaining Archana,
Mukesh Khosla

BOLLYWOOD BHELPURI: Realising dreams,
Madhur Mittal

NATURE: Masters of disguise,
Nutan Skukla

SUGAR 'N' SPICE: Sumptuous rice desserts,
Harkiran Sodhi

YOUR OPTION: Recognising passive violence,
Taru Bahl

TRAVEL: A walk in the clouds
Manpreet Singh

FEEDBACK: Films, serials unfair to women
Book Review
Like life, he too swung from pole to pole

Oxford, my glittering world

Involve them, people will benefit

A can-do Canadian reformer

Undamaged by modernism

SAARC stumbles along

Migrating to USA? Read this primer

Bapu, do you know what we’re doing?