Meet Harry Potter, the teenager
to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Harry Potter is back
with a bagful of magical exploits. If you hated him for spearing a
serpent to death and indulging in other acts of wanton violence in
"Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets", you would love him
for his relentless fight with the forces of darkness in "Harry Potter
and the Prisoner of Azkaban" (Fun Republic).
A scene from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of
of the mill fare
need to be a real Bollywood buff to see the bones crunching, vehicles
crashing and wild chases — all amalgamated in an inactive script in
“Aan”. Director Madhur Bhandarkar has evidently tried to do a
“Khakee” by weaving numerous sub-plots in the cop drama.
Devoid of any spin, it seems to be a case of all vigour and
energy gone awary. Inspector Vikram Singh (Shatrughan Sinha),
Inspector Appa Naik (Suneil Shetty) and constable Khalid (Paresh
Rawal) have compromised with the corrupt system.
A scene from “Aan”
Exhibition of floor, wall
The latest floor and wall tiles introduced by the Somany Group are on display at an exhibition and a roadshow in Sector 22, Chandigarh. The exhibition opened on Saturday. The company launched a new range of rectified, Group 25 floor tiles with anti-ageing VC-shield protection.
win Pepsi contest
Little did Mansa resident Surmandeep Singh know that fame would come his way after 23 years of losing his parents. The youngster along with another contestant Amanpreet Kaur has emerged a winner in the Pepsi Banja Staara Yaraa Contest. Their maiden music album will now be released in September.
Surmandeep Singh and Amanpreet Kaur, winners of the Pepsi Banja Staara Yaraa Contest are all smiles in Chandigarh on Saturday.
— Tribune photo Parvesh Chauhan
Watch out for alluring watches
You are all set for yet
another hectic day in the office. In fact, you have taken out a nice
cream-coloured suit to go along with cheerful scarf of the same hue.
But the golden watch you are wearing around your wrist is too gaudy
for your dress. You know it for sure, but cannot help.
Working women now have something more than office outfits to look forward to as office watch collection is available for corporate women.
— A Tribune photograph
Bare essentials for households
Track pants, coordinated T-shirts and tops in daintily embellished patterns, cotton shirts for men and women, skirts and Indo-Western wear in the latest European styles are on display at Hotel Aroma’s
Exporama. The exhibition is being held under the brand name of Essential, a Delhi-based exporter and retailer supplying outfits to branded lifestyle stores in the Capital.
patient in need of financial aid
Chandigarh, June 5
Struggling to survive after undergoing critical neurosurgery to remove cysts from her brain, 17-year-old Suman, daughter of household helps, is lying in the PGI’s female ward, block C. Suman’s parents, belonging to Karsan Colony, Sector 52, are looking for some financial help for the survival of their daughter who is suffering from
neurocysticercoisis, in which the cysts are formed inside the brain due to tapeworms.
While they have been waiting for their unconscious daughter to recover
for past two days, they are finding the task of arranging more than Rs
20,000 for medicines and to sustain the incubated state of artificial
respiration for Suman’s survival a herculean one.
Suman (17), suffering from neurocysticercoisis, in an incubated state at the PGI, Chandigarh.
— Tribune photo by Parvesh Chauhan