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Palate Fest: Not Only About Promoting a Healthier Diet

What were called the melas, popularly known as amusement fairs, have now got a suave new avatar as theme-based festivals and extravaganzas, especially ones that are centred food. In fact, the turn of the season seems to signal the start

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An Interview with the Cast of Aquaman!

Aquaman will be a success not just because of a strong storyline but also the effort and passion that went into the shooting of the much-awaited film. Can you tell us James, what was the most important part for you

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Vinita Karim: “Landscape Will Always Be an Essential Part of Art”

            From fiery oranges and yellows, myriad shades of blue, to black, green, rich hues of red and even copper, silver and gold, artist Vinita Karim’s canvases are a glorious riot of colour. “I love

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A One-On-One With Amazing Chef Vineet Bhatia

Vineet Bhatia is the first Indian chef-restaurateur to ever get a Michelin star. He believes that combining our vibrant food legacy and nation’s rich heritage makes for the best of everything. How does the Tasting India Symposium initiate a dialogue

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Reshmi De Gives Insight about the Studi Glass Sutra Incident in Chattarpur

The tapping was gentle yet insistent and then a sudden shattering sound echoed around the studio. Two flowers broke off from a green decorative glass piece and made a clatter triggering collective ohs and sighs from the 10 odd people

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Correction by default

Vijay Mallya’s extradition is significant in more ways than one in an election season It was bad enough that the poster boy of defaulters, Vijay Mallya, managed to sneak out of the country with all his now legendary number of suitcases

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BMW 3-Series 7th Gen: Too Good to be True?

It is a matter of pride at BMW headquarters that they were the company that invented the ‘sports sedan’ (or ‘saloon’ depending on where you live). The mid-sized four-door car that has been around since the mid-seventies has formed the

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Sanjay Jindal: “Polo Needs More Recognition in India”

When polo was first played in India in 1836, there were loud trumpets reverberating in the background, men in military moustaches hovered charmingly while the swish of French chiffons added an aura of mystique to the proceedings. There were British

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Online Dating Apps: What Are the Safety And Privacy Measures?

A few years ago in India, when every other individual didn’t have a smartphone, romancing online was largely limited to sending friend requests to people or perhaps lurking in chatrooms, hoping that the soulmate you were chatting with wasn’t an

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