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Destiny’s child

Friday, 16 Jun 2017 | Surabhi Jajodia

From calling herself a bathroom singer to becoming the first Indian woman to win a Grammy, multi-lingual singer and lyricist Tanvi Shah shares the story behind her unexpected journey with Surabhi Jajodia Singer Tanvi Shah would have continued to be an interior designer had not a friend recorded her song and...

Trend blazer

Friday, 16 Jun 2017 | Pioneer

‘Why make periods taboo?’ Actor Sharib Hashmi, who plays the lead in the film Phullu, which is about sanitary pad awareness, says he does not have any discomfort in talking about menstruation and wonders why people become apprehensive about discussing a natural physical process. “When the script came to me, I was...

When the world eats off a plate

Friday, 16 Jun 2017 | Aakriti Narang

As Tapas Day passed us by, we reveal to you the variety of forms that the Spanish snack platter can take and how chefs have turned the concept on its head. By Aakriti Narang Food is not just about self-satisfaction but social interaction. Spaniards understood this a long, long time ago...

Ideal summer afternoon

Friday, 16 Jun 2017 | A Narang

With its new Hawkers Hall menu currently on offer, Mamagoto is ready to make your summer above average, says A Narang If you divide the word into three parts to try and derive its meaning in English, Mamagoto would be “Mama go to” or in other words “go to your mother.”...

Tea room for every taste

Friday, 16 Jun 2017 | Angela Paljor

Eat, drink and read as you please at Cha Bar, says Angela Paljor Tea addicts can now definitely head to Cha Bar, which is offering more than 150 varieties of the brew, from herbal, flowering, organic to diet. Located inside the Oxford book store, bookworms will definitely find peace here. Since the...

White Continent calling

Thursday, 15 Jun 2017 | Saimi Sattar

For all those who think travelling to Antarctica can be painful, even though memorable, a reality check is in order, discovers Saimi Sattar Dig into your succulent Avadhi Lamb Kofta as you watch penguins amble by. Or perhaps you may prefer to see the seals splash in the cold water as...

‘Comedy is an offshoot of emotion’

Thursday, 15 Jun 2017 | Aakriti Narang

Script writer Raaj Shaandilayaa shares with Aakriti Narang his beginnings in writing comedy scripts, being the middle man in the silent cold war between Kapil and Krushna Abhishek during Comedy Circus and how his first script earned his actors a standing ovation How difficult is it to make people laugh? I will...

What cut-off? Choice is ours

Thursday, 15 Jun 2017 | Angela Paljor

This admission season, students are turning their passion into professions, says Angela Paljor Gone are the days when your marksheet dictated the course you would take. Today, students are holding the cards and have prepped themselves for their chosen pursuit much ahead of the board results and the resultant pressure they...

Friends forever

Thursday, 15 Jun 2017 | Pioneer

The Russian Embassy celebrated its national day on Monday, June 12, by launching an illustrated album dedicated to the 70th Anniversary of diplomatic relations between Russia and India. The Charge d’Affaires of Russia in India, Mr Anatoly Kargapolov and the Chief Guest, Minister of State for External Affairs, Mr...

Trend Blazer

Thursday, 15 Jun 2017 | Pioneer

Bhai takes a rickshaw ride Bollywood superstar Salman Khan ditched his regular luxury car drive for an auto-rickshaw ride back from the Mehboob Studio in Bandra here. The 51-year-old actor, who was accompanied by filmmaker Ramesh Taurani, was spotted wearing a black T-shirt and dark brown pants while he was returning from...


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DU admissions to continue till June 28; 2nd cut-off list on July 1

25 Jun 2017 | Shipra Parashar/ Srishti Garg | New Delhi

With Delhi University declaring its first cut-off list on Friday, SGTB Khalsa college came out with the highest 99.66 per cent for BSc (Hons) Electronics...

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Max Hospital initiates regimented protocol of ‘Fast Track Bypass surgeries’

25 Jun 2017 | PNS | Dehradun

A regimented protocol of ‘Fast Track Bypass surgeries’ in which a patient can get discharged in three days has been initiated by the Max hospital here. Addressing media persons Senior Consultant Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery (CTVS), Dr Manish Meswani said that Coronary Artery Bypass Graft Surgery (CABG) involves counselling of patient and fast tracking the conventional processes...

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