for my mate
It’s Friendship Day and you’ve found Aladdin’s lamp.
What would you do? Read on...
You’ve fondly reminisced about the past, laughed over inane
things, ripped into everyone and yes, hung out at the coolest places in
town. You’ve called her in the middle of the night (to howl after
breaking up with your boyfriend) and she’s got you playing midwife to
her cat in wee hours of the morning.
Time cannot wither, nor
custom stale, the timeless beauty of her relationships.
Amar Chopra of Sector 33 was in school in Delhi soon after Partition
when she shared her dreams and ambitions with pals Gurvinder, Kamlesh
and Shirni. Even today, the sixty-something is sharing their concerns,
either through letters, or the phone.
For a new
Varsha Khanna is here to help you discover the stylish side
of your personality
She is a matchmaker with a difference. For, she helps you tie the
knot with panache and elegance by suggesting combinations and styles
that suit your persona. Not just for marriages and reception ceremonies,
but for others occasions as well.
Come rain, come sunshine, life goes on... The Tribune lensman
Vinay Malik’s award-winning photograph on the theme,
Architecture and Life — Punjab and Haryana High Court, captures
just that. He will be honoured on August 15.
FILM & FASHION
Singer Kylie Minogue was mistaken for a waitress while
filming science fiction show Doctor Who. The 39-year-old donned a
traditional black waitress’ uniform for a scene outside a five-star
hotel, when an old lady asked her for a cup of tea. “Excuse me love,
is it too late for a cup of tea?”
Day First Show
Web of Emotions
Gandhi My Father:
With depths of depravity and heights of despondency, the landscape of
Gandhi My Father is not emerald green. Muted colours of melancholy dot
it. Trauma runs deep through the mind of a loving father, Mahatma Gandhi
(Darshan Jariwala), whose world has been torn asunder by a recalcitrant
son, Harilal Gandhi (Aksheya Khanna), desperate to come out of the
shadows of the dhoti-clad icon.
I’m 32 years old, married for a year and desperately
looking for the man I married in my husband. We used to spend a lot of
time together and never seemed to be enough. After one year
of marriage, I feel I don’t know this man at all. What do I do?
Youngsters pick up and discard pals like mobile recharge
coupons. The validity of friendship has been cut from a lifetime to
The system of getting in good with strangers has never been so
user-friendly. Embracing the concept of celebrating free-for-all
socialising days with open arms, guys from the ever-willing-to-mingle
brigade simply scribble on greeting cards.
without the Bucks
Broke? Not to worry, here’s how to celebrate
Samosas, last minute-examination fees, trinkets for your
girlfriend(s), popcorns during flicks, down payment for your laptop,
fuel for the car, your share each time you went out to eat, and much
more. Your friends have been your ATM ever since. Hmm now that at least
saves you from getting worried over the world celebrating Friendship Day
with glam and glitter.