Summer veil
Manpriya Singh

Don’t know what to wear in this heat? Thin, flowing fabrics in citrus colours are a safe bet...

It's tough to put together an outfit that looks hot and feels cool! Neither are they going to ease the dressing norms in office nor unreserve the rights of admission in the evening. Just when the sun's shouting June and you don't feel like making any more efforts than a tank top and shorts, a couple of ideas to make both ends meet…thin floaty fabrics, summer's citrus hues, linen and a classic white shirt work wonders!

Office office

A white shirt can be worn all through the day while flitting in and out of varied roles.

"A crisp white shirt is a must for summer, especially cotton and shiffon. Team it up with linen pants to look like a thorough professional or with a high waist skirt to feel breezy, all day. The same shirt can be teamed up with shorts for a lunch party. Also complete the look with a pair of neon footwear and a nude bag," Nimrat Kaur, of the soon-to-be-launched label and fashion website, Cotton Candy, swears by the practicality and versatility of the classic garment and throws open the myriad options. She adds, "Other than that, at work one can wear linen pants with a fitted shirt. The look does wonders without much effort. If you are into experimenting, then probably a formal jumpsuit with a nice belt will make heads turn."

As the temperatures soar and the spirits droop, there can't be a million options anyway, or can there be? Alpa Sharma, designer and a post-graduate in fashion technology, swears by the white shirt too. "For office, a knee-length skirt and a white top serves all the possible purposes of appropriateness and comfort," she says. "Summer is all about experimenting with colours, fabrics and having fun. I associate the hotter months with vibrant colours, floral prints and light fabrics." She adds, "In a month like June, it's only a trick of knowing what to wear and what to avoid.

Evening out

Tone things down or dress things up, but at all times, keep the fabric in mind; the key to staying at least calm, if not cool. "I would rate any garment in linen, cotton with a high thread count, chiffon and georgette as summer-friendly and in the same sequence," opines Pallavi Dhiman, city-based fashion designer on the most important aspect of any summer garment. As for the strict evening look, Jessica Biel's famous deconstructed ponytail can take care of the hair. As for the outfits, there is no dearth of options. Opines Alpa, "Polka dots lend themselves easily to summer. A cotton polka dot dress, a gathered bubble dress should take care of clubbing and comfort together." Looking to make the most of the season, there's "asymmetric dress in a bright colour or fawn and gold colour to take care of a party or a date night," nods Nimrat. She adds, "Also don't forget that chiffon is the magic word, so explore all the possible options with this fabric."

Remember, there's sun exposure to balance the less fabric on your body. "The more covered you are in the soft flowy fabrics, the cooler you feel and without getting a tan too. Less is more, is another popular myth about summer," hints Tarika Sharma, of her upcoming label, Hot & Haute. She adds, "During winter one can put on a dozen things and something might work. Summer calls for application of mind and aesthetics to the dressing sense." True that!

Of lost land & dreams

I cannot live without reading or writing — this one sentence summarises Amar Jyoti's life that has spanned across three countries, including India, Netherlands and England.

A prolific Punjabi writer, Amar has six collections of poems in Punjabi and one in English; a few prose and children books as well. Her latest Nation, Identity and Diaspora in Surinamese Poetry is her research work in the form of a book; a theme close to author's heart! Quitting her job with the Punjab Education Board and moving to Amsterdam with her husband and kids for greener pastures seemed just right to Amar, an explorer. Once there, language barrier made her feel out of place. So started the quest to learn Dutch language and read whatever was available.

She was always a writer and her first poem was published when she was eight. "I got it from my father Inder Singh Raz, who wrote in Urdu and Punjabi," she says. The quest that led to Nation, Identity and Diaspora in Surinamese Poetry began when she found Indian emotions echo through some Dutch works. "When I read Surinamese poetry, I realised that the language was Dutch but emotions totally Indian. Like this poem about a woman in a joint family who runs errands for the family only to be treated with taunts," shares Amar.

Research into their origins revealed that Surinam was a colony that fetched labourers from different countries, including India, from 1873 to 1916. "I read and met Surinamese writers and realised that five generations down the line, they still had preserved their culture, could speak and read Hindi, and have clung to their cultural ethos."

Surinamese writings became the topic of her doctoral research that she pursued at the Panjab University. "While the body of their work talks about the abject conditions that these people had to live and work in, some of them talk of themes like domestic violence and subjugation of women by their male family members."

Apart from reading and writing, Amar associated herself with various magazines and radio stations, and even brought out the magazine Amber that she continues with despite moving base to England a few years for now. Post retirement, she is happy doing what she likes best — literary pursuits. She keeps coming back to India for this is what keeps her connection to India alive!

The ‘in’ side
Light house

The art of creating paper lanterns is a Chinese tradition that dates back to thousands of years. Today, these are highly valued interior decoration items used all around the world. Paper lanterns are best used to completely alter the ambience of your home in the shortest possible time and money. If you are looking for a stylish and budget friendly way to add more light to your home then paper lanterns are the best option.

Light of creativity

These lanterns sometimes come with beautiful and intricate designs on them. For the artists, these have become an interesting canvas through which they can express their creative ideas. Paper lanterns are constructed of translucent rice or wax paper that is stretched over a wood or wire frame that houses an interior light source. One of the advantages of paper lanterns is that they can be easily assembled at home, using minimal resources.

Power source

Traditionally, lanterns were commonly available in rectangular, round or cylindrical shapes. But now, paper lanterns are no longer restricted to their basic form and are also available in different shapes, sizes, colours and themes. Different lanterns have different techniques to light them. Some are candle-lit; some are battery-operated, while some can be electrically fitted with a bulb and chord.

Oriental touch

For the global community of today the Chinese paper lantern makes a quaint decoration article. Anyone can incorporate this unique item into their interior setting to liven up the ambiance of the room and give it an oriental touch. They can be used both indoors as well as outdoors and are the best option for party décor. Your outdoor party décor does not have to be expensive.

Festivity to Feng Shui

These bright bursts of colour provide a festive environment to any occasion. The decorating trick is to acquire a great deal of them and to hang them from various sources. Apart from aesthetic reasons, paper lanterns have a great meaning for those who follow Feng Shui. They are believed to bring in a lot of positive energy in the house. Colourful lanterns harness vitality and brighten up the place beautifully as well. People who believe in these powers are greatly benefited from their faith.

(Sukhmani is a Chandigarh-based interior and landscape designer)

First day first show
It’s all about love & madness

The Hangover III

Produced by Legendary Pictures, Hangover III is a sequel to 2011's The Hangover II, and the third and final film in The Hangover film series. The film stars Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis, Ken Jeong, Heather Graham, Jeffrey Tambor, Justin Bartha, and John Goodman with Todd Phillips. The film follows the Wolfpack (Phil, Stu, Doug, and Alan) as they try to get Alan the help he needs after facing a personal crisis. Despite negative reviews from film critics, The Hangover Part III had the second biggest worldwide box office opening for an R-rated comedy following The Hangover Part II in 2011.

As crazy as it gets

The Hangover series have been a laughter ride and the squeals only keep getting better. I like the way they inject a crazy element in each film and I think that this is the reason why it keeps getting better. The Hangover III is, if not more, as good as it's prequels and it's a must watch.

Shivinder Singh, businessperson

Laugh a while

If you want to watch this film, you have to leave a part of your brain at home and probably then will you be able to enjoy it. It's a fun film and it aims to make people laugh, so that is the reason why people should watch the film.

Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani

Directed by Ayan Mukerji and produced by Karan Johar, the film, Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani, stars Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone in the lead roles. The movie shows the journey of Naina (Deepika Padukone) and Bunny (Ranbir Kapoor) towards their ultimate destination-love. While Naina is a simple and hardworking girl, bunny is crazy and adventurous. They meet each other to celebrate the wedding of Ranbir's best friends, Aditi (Kalki Koechelin) and Avi (Aditya roy Kapoor). The film shows how two different people discover love and madness for each other.

Hyped up

There was much hype about the film, Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani and I was hoping for it to be great, but it was not all that it claimed for. I think Ranbir acted really well and the plot of the movie was good too. However, what goes against the film is the hoopla about it.

Kritika Suri, student

Too filmy

I liked the movie, especially the songs and the way they blend with the storyline. However, I think that the romance, the characters and the storyline were all too filmy. I love Ranbir Kapoor's look in the film.

Shweta Sharma, student

Hero's call

I liked the movie only for Ranbir Kapoor. I don't think that any other actor could have done justice to this film and the character. The movie is definitely a one-time watch. I like the music of the film too.

Kanika Sehgal, student

— As told to Amarjot Kaur

Mann of the moment
Jasmine Singh

Sharry Mann is not afraid to be tagged as ‘yet another singer turned actor’ in the Punjabi film industry...

This is his first step towards what is called the burgeoning industry, his first shot towards becoming a star, his first stint in a Punjabi film. Singer-turned-actor Sharry Mann has informality written all over him. He doesn't come up with thought-provoking answers, or slip into a freshly acquired American accent. Sharry Mann says and does what he wants to. It might sound like trying to be desi, but you soon figure out this is what he is, an informal desi not trying to be modern star in the making.

When everyone thought of him as one song wonder (remember his super-hit track Yaar Anmulle), he went on to give another super-hit album Aatey di Chiddi, and now he wants to step up with his soon-to-be released debut Punjabi movie Oye Hoye Pyar Ho Gaya directed by Aditya Sood. He is not fretting about the fate of the movie. "As long as I have done good work, I am not worried about how the movie will do. Though of course, the entire team has put in an effort so we would want it to be accepted by the audiences," shares Sharry.

Learning comes with experience and for him it has come far too early. "After Yaar Anmulle I started getting offers for movies, I didn't want to jump into it right away. I took my time, when I heard the script of Oye Hoye Pyar Ho Gaya, I decided that this was the moment." Sharry plays Sharry in his film, a character who falters in whatever he does. Nothing like real life! "It took me a lot of time to reach there. I worked hard without hurting anyone's feelings. I have learnt a lot in the process. For instance, working in a movie has taught me so much about the camera, how to face it and deal with it and of course a little bit of not so good side of movies," adds Sharry. With this learning he plans to move forward in life. "I want to be selective with my work, something like what Aamir Khan does. This way I can handle my singing and acting both." Sharry credits his fans for his success. He places a hand on his heart. "I am here because of the people who have loved my work, and I hope they keep on loving my work."

One film old and Sharry already knows what it is to face competition. Even when his fan page is flooded with likes, there is a section which is not very comfortable with his idea of acting. "I have believed in doing my work and leaving rest for the god to decide. Those who feel I can't act, all I can say is let the audience decide. If they liked me as a singer, they will like my acting too. I started from a scratch and I am ready to work hard all over again," shares Sharry who will be seen in Dheeraj Rattan's Ishq Garari next.

All is well

Kamayani Kanwar intends to bring wellness to your doorstep...

Being in the wellness industry is what Kamayani Kanwar was always destined to do. The woman behind Asian Roots Spa intends to bring wellness to all. From established Med Spa, her business grew into the field of cosmetic procedures to improve one's self-esteem. Direct Hair Transplant (DHI) is another successful venture.

This Welham School pass-out spent her college years in Chandigarh; had her fair share of geris, HM burgers and walks on the Lake and recently she brought her DHI in Chandigarh. "It's my gift to the city I love," says Kamayani.

Born into a bureaucratic family, she studied law, ventured into singing when a young man swept her off her feet; got married to Raaja Kanwar and kids followed. This is when she headed straight to Pattabhi Jois to learn yoga. Prioritising family, she was happy giving yoga lessons from home when finding space for yoga centre led to the idea of Asian Roots, touted as best luxury Med Spa. Economic prosperity led to people investing in their looks and Kamayani brought in Direct Hair Transplant (DHI). "When we started, most Indians were banking on strip surgery, what we offer is world class scar and pain free, minimally invasive, patented technology." DHI boasts of a celebrity clientele and also claim reasonable pricing that a common man can afford.

Health tips

  • Harness the power of positive thinking
  • Drink plenty of water through the day
  • Exercise half-an-hour five days a week
  • Be compassionate

Been married into the famous Apollo Group family, business is what she was exposed to. With the firm support of her husband, Kamayani set out to achieve her aim. "Sadly, in beauty and wellness industry much is promised but seldom delivered. With us you can be assured of transparency."

This she credits to her small-town upbringing - simplicity, honesty and hardwork. "I am organised; I owe this too to Chandigarh as it is quite an organised city and also strong interpersonal skills, which I imbibed during my growing up years there."

Next, she is looking forward to expanding her work across Asia and intends to bring Asian Roots to the city soon!

Astro turf
P Khurrana

ARIES: Keep your eyes open. Someone will try to pull a fast one on you. Be careful if dealing with property matters. If an old friend needs your support, listen to their doubts and worries.

Tarot message: Do not expect too much from others.

Lucky colour: White.

Magic number: 52

TAURUS: Expensive plans will have to be kept in check for the time being. Your mate may feel that you have been devoting too much time to outside interests. Spiritual quests can lead to some deep thinking. Tarot message: Do not swing away from the course you have charted so far. Lucky colour: Sea green. Magic number: 26

GEMINI: You will have some difficulty controlling your emotions. Consider getting involved in charitable work. Work behind the scenes today. Tarot message: Take one step at a time and avoid being hurried and over anxious.

Lucky colour: Purple.

Magic number: 55

CANCER: Remain in the background. This is not the time for grabbing the centre-stage. Try to improve your financial situation. Consider your course of action before jumping into anything new. Tarot message: Make compromises outside and come to terms with yourself. Lucky colour: Golden yellow. Magic number: 46

LEO: Improvement will continue in the financial picture. Business matters are well under control. Overstrain can affect your health. You will have mood swing today. A former friend might turn up at your doorstep. Tarot message: Don't do anything at the cost of health.

Lucky colour: Jade.

Magic number: 29

VIRGO: No need to make any important move. Conditions are too weak at the moment to contemplate fresh operations. You should not be too critical of co-workers. Children can be the cause of concern. Tarot message: Don't reveal your plan of action to anyone. Lucky colour: Peach.

Magic number: 27

LIBRA: The affairs of a close companion are favoured today. Aim at teamwork. An accident can occur if you don't keep your mind on the job. A change of home or job is possible. Tarot message: You shall prevent a lot of trouble by taking timely action. Lucky colour: Deep red. Magic number: 35

SCORPIO: Do not give into lethargy. Take a serious stock of your financial picture. Earnings can be increased if you try. Deception from the opposite sex is on the cards. Tarot message: Don't reveal your plans to your competitors.

Lucky colour: Ebony.

Magic number: 27

SAGITTARIUS: An early morning disturbance will be sorted soon, which will give you a chance to catch up with some housework. Your energy level is soaring. Tarot message: You will receive a useful tip at the stock exchange which can be put to profitable use.

Lucky colour: Yellow.

Magic number: 44

CAPRICORN: The day is going to be rather slow, so plan ahead. Family will be much better company than friends this evening. Focus on meditation or yoga. Tarot message: Dare to accomplish those tasks which normally take up a lot of time.

Lucky colour: Bottle green.

Magic number: 32

AQUARIUS: A financial matter that has been delayed should work out now. Self-control and the determination to achieve will put you in a promising situation with any work. Tarot message: Don't make hasty decisions as it could lead to a waste of time and money.

Lucky colour: Deep red.

Magic number: 41

PISCES: This day will be marked only for lack of activity. Business will run smoothly enough. You should finally feel your self-esteem rising. Tarot message: Lack of confidence or lack of caution can leave you in losses; so be confident. Lucky colour: Forest green.

Magic number: 43

Chatter box
Carrie on!

Pulsing with the explosive energy of the unknown and the exciting urban setting of New York in the 1980s, The Carrie Diaries stars the enticing Anna Sophia Robb as Carrie Bradshaw, an inquisitive and thoughtful teen coming of age in the suburbs, who is beckoned by a distant glamorous and gritty Manhattan as she maneuvers high school and asks her first questions about sex, love and loss. With hints of her burgeoning fashion sense and love for the written word, this series is the beginning of Carrie's affair with Manhattan.

Leaving the safe confines of the Connecticut suburbs, Carrie is drawn toward the city—itself the most colorful of characters—and its influence on her eclectic style and self-confidence will be paramount as she finds her way in the world.

Watch The Carrie Diaries on Zee Cafe from June 8 every Saturday at 2 pm and 10 pm.

Moms can dance too!

Dance India Dance will take viewers by storm with its brand new series. A show that will give a platform to those women who gave up their dream to become a dancer and settled for a career, family life and motherhood!

In a country where mothers are conventionally perceived as sacrificial figures, Zee TV now gives them a second chance to live their passion for dance. Umeed Se Saje Zindagi is not just a brand statement for the channel. It's an ideology that the channel lives by through all its fiction and reality shows.

With DID Super Moms the channel aims to give umeed to lakhs of mothers in India. This 15-week series will have 16 dancers and they will be divided into 4 teams. The show will be judged by Farah Khan and Marzi Pestonji. Mithun Chakraborty will preside over as the Grand Master.

Ishita's television debut

Bollywood actress Tanushree Dutta's younger sister Ishita Dutta has made her television debut with Star Plus' Ek Ghar Banaonga. Ishita plays the role of Poonam in the show, a shy girl who holds her family values strongly. Ishita has worked in movies in the South before she made her entry into television.

"Television is a growing medium and is very interesting. I am enjoying every bit of doing a daily soap and the story is brilliant. I am happy with my character and I am sure the audience will like it," says the demure actress. On being asked if her sister has influenced her decision in any way, Ishita immediately replies, "Tanushree guides me but will leave the decision to me. As an elder sister she is very supportive and we have a strong bond." Well, we wish Ishita a great career.

Fast forward

Zee TV's Rab Se Sohna Isshq will soon take a leap of 16 years. Now the next generation of Sahiba-Anu (Ekta Kaul) and Ranveer (Ashish Sharma) with their son will be focused on. The channel is working on getting new faces for the role. Soon Anu and Fateh will get married and later Daljeet will marry someone else too and post the leap Ranveer's son will be in love with Daljeet's daughter.

Two years and counting…

Popular TV show Bade Achhe Lagte Hain (BALH), which recently completed 400 episodes and two years in business on May 30.

Ram Kapoor, who plays Ram in the show, thanked his fans. He said, "Two years ago BALH began, I can believe how fast time has flown. Thank you for all the love and support in our journey. BALH would be nothing without you all, thank you from the bottom of my heart!" Produced by Ekta Kapoor, the show also stars Sakshi Tanwar.

Two point five someone

Sony's crime detective show CID has been the only one with good TRPs. While the new shows have been struggling for good TRP, CID which has been keeping their audiences thrilled for over 15 years has been a doing well at above 2.5 TRPs in recent times.

Lyrical tribute

This year the Star Parivaar awards will be different. The channel has bought the rights of a famous Mohd Rafi song Tum jo mil gaye ho and will have Sunidhi Chauhan and Ankit (of Aaashiqui 2 fame) to sing it for the function. In this version, they will be talking to the audiences and their love. Usually they have a song called Star Parivaar but now they have a new strategy with this song to thank their audiences.

Family support

Drashti Dhami, who will be seen in Colors show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa, is not missing a single chance to take dance tips. Her brother Jaysheel Dhami and his wife Suhasi Dhami are apparently helping Drashti out by sharing their experiences and preparing her for the show. They took part in Nach Baliye earlier.

The back-up plan

Many film actors who are rising in their careers did not plan to make a foray into Bollywood. They have solid education behind them. Take a look

Amrita Puri: She has a post-graduate degree in mass communication and used to work in an advertising agency before she got into modelling, plays, commercials and movies.

Sonakshi Sinha: She has a degree in fashion designing and even had her collection showcased at the Lakme Fashion Week. After that she lost weight and became an actress. Her sense of fashion is not really helping her as she is often criticised for her choice of clothes.

Sonam Kapoor: She has an International Baccalaureate diploma for which she studied arts and theatre for two years. She also has a degree in political science and economics from the University of East London after which she came to India and started assisting on movies.

Soha Ali Khan: She may not be an accomplished actress but she is getting there. After her graduation, she earned a masters degree in international relations and political science from the London School of Economics. She even worked for the Ford Foundation and Citibank before getting bitten by the acting bug. She is brainy and has written columns for university magazines too.

Parineeti Chopra: She has a degree in finance and economics from the Manchester Business School. She came to Mumbai and became a marketing intern and then a public relations person at Yash Raj Films before being cast in Ladies vs Ricky Bahl. The rest is history. We cannot imagine her in a corporate job.

Pantaloons launches its first flagship store in Chandigarh
A perfect blend
Tanya Malhotra

Shopping undeniably gets us in a happy mood. But what usually follows is guilt for blowing away all the money. For the well balanced combination of the latest fashion and an affordable price tag is of course a rarity. Pantaloons promises such a combo. After the huge success in Zirakpur and Ludhiana, Pantaloons now has launched in Elante Mall, Chandigarh with an interesting notion to serve 'Bharat' - India as it is.

Chandigarh, when it comes to fashion, is at par with any metro city. "Chandigarh has an elegant sense of styling, an awareness to keep up with what's latest," says, Shital Mehta, CEO, Pantaloons Fashion and Retails Limited. He adds, "To enhance the customer's experience, we never bring our stock back once the season is over."

In fashion, Pantaloons has evolved as the brand that blends western and ethnic wear. Shital says, "Encompassing over a hundred well-known brands like John Miller, Lee Cooper, AND, Trishaa, Biba and Bare Kids, we have something to offer to everybody--men, women, and kids." He adds, "There's more! Apart from apparels, the assortment of footwear, handbags and accessories for all occasions is what truly makes the store a one-stop shop. And it's quite affordable!"

While Shital talks about the dynamics of the fashion industry and their humble contribution towards it, he says, "With over four million loyal customers connected to the brand, our next step is an aggressive expansion. Pantaloon has over 70 stores across 35 cities and now we hope to open 12 to 15 stores within this year starting from Dwarka in New Delhi to Amritsar and then Jammu. For the opening of this store, we will be offering some great offers for the customer."

Simply irresistible

He has a passion for photography. He loves to be clicked too! His love for his pets is known among his friends and family. His hobbies include body-building, mixed martial arts and playing football. Multi-talented Karan Hari loves to spread his charm but at the same time stay grounded. He talks about his signature style…

Your sense of style?

Simple and real.

Latest addition to your treasure of clothing or accessories?

A designer sherwani.

Brand crazy or street pick-up?

Certainly would go for brands.

Who would be your style icon?

Johnny Depp. I don't think I need to elaborate.

Who do you think is the worst-dressed celebrity?

Well, it's tough to say...there are more than a few around.

Which look would your prefer - sporty, chic or glamorous?


One fashion trend that goes beyond your comprehension…

Skin-fitted trousers on boys.

Your take on accessories?

An added glamour!

Given a choice, which designer would you like to be dressed by?

Giorgio Armani for sure. I might look like him when I'm old.

What gives you a high on the confidence level?

My workouts sessions.

— As told to Tanya Malhotra

Scary saga

Shruti Haasan, who will be next seen in Nikhil Advani's D-Day, has already created a flutter after her pictures from the film were released. In the film, Shruti plays the character of Suraiya, a Karachi-based prostitute. As a part of the character's look, Shruti required to have a scar on her face.

A source says, "The story of the scar dates back to Suraiya's past when she entered the world of sex trade at 16. The scar came up when her face was cut open by a pimp."

It was Shruti's father, the legendary Kamal Haasan, who has over the years experimented with his looks in various films involving make-up and prosthetics, gave his inputs on the look. Not a lot of people know the fact that Shruti, herself, has done a prosthetic make-up course. She was heavily involved in her look, giving inputs on the right colour, depth, how it would look as it ages etc.

The scar, in the recently launched trailer of the film looks very real and doesn't look like make-up at all. In fact, Shruti looks stunning in the trailer. The promo has been well received by audience and critics alike.

Along with Shruti, the film also stars Rishi Kapoor, Arjun Rampal, Irrfan Khan, Aakash Dahiya, Huma Qureshi, Chandan Roy Sanyal and Sree Swara Dubey.

Katrina gets a tan!

Breaking away from her regular looks, Katrina Kaif will be seen in a different avatar in two of her upcoming action films Dhoom 3 and Bang Bang.

Both the films will see the actress playing the role of a fearless girl. The films contain many action sequences that have performed perfectly by her. In a move to differentiate her personality in both the films, Katrina has decided to get her skin tanned. Resultantly, for the first time ever, Katrina will be seen in a dusky avatar in Bang Bang. "To make sure that both her upcoming films wouldn't clash with each other, the much sought after actress has decided to transform her look in Bang Bang in which she will be seen not as fair as always," revealed a source.

According to the same source, Katrina is spending much of her time on Thai beaches to make her body dusky enough for Bang Bang.

HOME PAGE | Punjab | Haryana | Jammu & Kashmir | Himachal Pradesh | Regional Briefs | Nation | Opinions |
| Business | Sports | World | Letters | Chandigarh | Ludhiana | Delhi |
| Calendar | Weather | Archive | Subscribe | E-mail |