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‘Let a million flowers bloom'
Washing away differences
Monica Dogra speaks to ANUJ KUMAR about finding herself at “Dhobi Ghat”
The Indian Army and Microsoft come together to help jawans face post-retirement life with more skill and confidence
This day, those days
Galgotias Business School (GBS) hosted its annual alumni meet at Hotel Vikram in Lajpat Nagar in the Capital recently. About 120 alumni took part in the function. It was a mega reunion, where the alumni gathered with their families to ...
50 years of design
The Young Designers 2010 exhibition of the National Institute of Design was held at the Visual Arts Gallery at India Habitat Centre recently. The disciplines that were represented through panels and live models include animation, film design, ...
The flight of kites
Gujarati Club, Delhi, with the support of Shri Delhi Gujarati Samaj, organised a kite-flying festival called Uttarayan at Sardar Patel Vidyalaya, Lodhi Road, New Delhi, recently. The kite-flying was organised to mark Makar Sankranti and ...
Three cheers to tea
The Brooke Bond Tea Council is going all out to promote the fragrant leaf as a super-food
T.G.I. Friday's introduces Italian-American dishes on its menu
Now for some prawns
Two easy- to-make prawn recipes
MEALS THAT HEAL
Spears of delight
A flavourful dish that combines asparagus with cheese and sun-dried tomatoes
True to herself
Uttara Baokar never fussed about food, only good roles
The Pirates of Day at Vishal Envlave in Rajouri Garden has introduced an Indian spread buffet, with tri-colour salads, for this Republic day. On offer are dishes like Peshawari paneer tikka, Mexican pineapple, paneer butter masala, Hongkong ...
No child's play
Literature for children needs to be established as a separate discipline, says Manorama Jafa
Back to the battlefields
Catch rare footage of World War II in a new series on Discovery Channel
Soaking it up
Six Dutch students share their impressions of India
Step by step
“Indradhanush” was a celebration of Indian classical dance
Two paths, both chosen
Serdar Ozkan, author of “The Missing Rose” and “When Life Lights Up” shares his thoughts with ANJANA RAJAN
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