Where are the missing girls?

Monday, 09 Jul 2018 | Shilpi Seth

Leena Kejriwal’s public installation art project asks the very basic question, ‘who are the consumers of human trafficking?’ By Shilpi Seth Giant black cutouts, all approximately 13 ft high, each representing an unknown girl from some remote part of India who has been trafficked for human consumption, are propped up...

How your phone may be spying on you

Monday, 09 Jul 2018 | Pioneer

Apps can record videos or shots of your activity on the screen that could include usernames, passwords, credit card numbers and other important personal information, say researchers Some popular apps on your Android phone may be actively listening to you, monitoring your habits and even secretly taking screenshots of your activity...

‘Our women are driving design, merging heritage with style’

Saturday, 07 Jul 2018 | Chahak Mittal

Currently working on her Spring-Summer 2019 collection, which will be showcased in Paris, designer Payal Jain is not resting easy despite completing 25 years in a competitive industry where you are as good as your last collection. She tells Chahak Mittal how she needs blood-rushing deadlines, over-ambitious targets and endless...

Heart of the matter

Saturday, 07 Jul 2018 | Shambhavi Suri

Grounded in an old school sort of way, actor SANJAY MISHRA believes in becoming the face of the unknown Indian, says Shambavi Suri Actor Sanjay Mishra literally believes in Amercian playwright Clare Luce’s succinct observation, “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” As somebody who completely dissolves into the common characters that...

Just eat everything

Saturday, 07 Jul 2018 | Chahak Mittal

Chef Ranveer Brar believes that in order to ensure that food does not go waste, we as consumers need to be less choosy of what we pick up. By Chahak Mittal Ever wondered what it would be like to discover the behind the scenes of one of the biggest supermarkets chains?...

Only Aladdin's Carpet Was Magical

Saturday, 07 Jul 2018 | Chahak Mittal

Agrabah comes to India but fails to make its society more inclusive especially for women, says Chahak Mittal Ever wondered what it feels like to be a part of a fairytale world? Or how it would be to live in those dome-like lavish castles and majestic palaces? Well, this one takes...

Don’t lick it, let it stay

Saturday, 07 Jul 2018 | IANS

Not just eating, using this all-time favourite can be beneficial for the skin too Not only is eating chocolates good for your body, applying it to your skin, face or body can provide a lot of benefits as well for better and smoother skin tone, suggest experts. So what can be...

New spice route

Friday, 06 Jul 2018 | Saimi Sattar

The newly-opened Bombay Brasserie uses ingredients from across the country in innovative as well as traditional ways, says Saimi Sattar White walls criss-crossed with copper pipelines that skirt around sketches of vegetables and spices, there is certainly a lot of detailing that has gone into the interiors of Bombay Brasserie’s...

Cocktail minus the calories

Friday, 06 Jul 2018 | Team Viva

Drunken Monkey mixers believe fruit smoothies have a bigger punch than concentrates, says Team Viva One out of every third millennial has a fitness app installed on his/her smartphone, will buy organic food and will want to live a healthy life. Yet, when it comes to beverages, they tend to ...

Tea teller

Friday, 06 Jul 2018 | SNIGDHA NANDA

Be it the colour, notes or the refinement of champagne, Snigdha Manchanda introduces Shambavi Suri to a monsoon bouquet like no other On a lazy Sunday afternoon, when the clouds hide the skies, leaving no traces of the sunshine, a hot masala tea tastes like heaven on earth. But it...


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My father lived, died for India, says Rahul

15 Jul 2018 | PTI | New Delhi

Amid row over alleged use of derogatory language in a web series while referring to former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said the BJP and the RSS believe that freedom of expression must be policed, while he regards it as a fundamental democratic right. “My father lived and died in the service of India...

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Two-month-old dies in 108-Amublance

18 Jul 2018 | Staff Reporter | RAIPUR

A two-month-old infant died due to suffocation after the door of the ‘108 Ambulance Service’ that was carrying him to a hospital malfunctioned and failed to open on time at Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar Hospital here on Tuesday. The Ambulance operators tried to open the door for a couple of hours but failed to open it on time...

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