Exquisite Chinese art on display
|Now you can own a set of hand-painted and hand crafted potteries in Hui Hua art, once exclusively reserved for members of Chinese royal families. The Indo-China Qiang Trade Company, organised an exhibition of exclusive Chinese potteries and artifacts at the exhibition hall in SCO 14, in Sector 17 of Chandigarh on
Exquisitely crafted vases and artifacts on display at an exhibition in Chandigarh on Tuesday.
— A Tribune photograph
Keeping the family tradition intact
HE is a link between the two offshoots of Mayo School of Art, National College of Art, Lahore, and Government College of Art, Chandigarh. A third generation artist to be serving in the college, D.S. Kapoor, is now ready to unite the two branches together at a personal level.
It pays to work out outdoors
Summer is here. With colourful flowers blooming and earthy fragrance filling the air when a lawn is watered, it feels good to be outdoors. After winter months, it is good to break free.
Health experts recommend outdoor workouts as these are better than working out indoors.
Cycling is a lower body exercise, strengthens thighs, legs and cardiovascular system.
— Tribune photo by Parvesh Chauhan
She turns out recipes faster than you can cook them
THINK of a cookery book to help you out with the spicy Mexican, cheesy Italian or the Mughlai delights, and the name Tarla Dalal comes to you instantly. The country’s most celebrated cookery book author churns out recipes of various cuisines faster than you could actually cook them.
Simone not keen on career in films
This city girl is going places. Simone Singh, who charmed Indian couch potatoes with her portrayal of a jilted wife in “Henna,” is out to sizzle the silver screen with the likes of Naseeruddin Shah and Dimple Kapadia in an English film.
Simone, who was one of the celebrity judges at a cookery competition, was radiant in her Kimono- inspired crimson top and jeans. Enjoying the delicacies prepared by participants, Simone speaks about her future projects, her culinary skills and her foray into Bollywood.
blood groups, matched kidneys
Chandigarh, April 27
They had never seen each other, had never heard of each other. But they both had one thing in common — their husbands were suffering from kidney failure. There was another thing common. The two wives were helpless because of a “mismatch”. Today they donated kidneys to each other’s husbands.
The transplants were out carried successfully by the doctors at the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) here.