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One People, One Song | The Indian Express

Written by Suanshu Khurana | Published: August 15, 2018 3:49:44 am Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Bhosle in a still from Rahman’s version of the national anthem. (File) In 1911, when Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore penned Jana gana mana, a set of verses in highly Sanskritised Bengali and almost entirely made ...

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Independence Day 2018: 18 lip smacking north Indian dishes you need to try | more lifestyle

If you’ve been wondering how to celebrate the 71st Independence Day this time, then we’ve got a gastronomically charged idea for you. We tell you recipes of 18 North Indian recipes which you can make at home and enjoy with your family, friends or alone. Whether it is chole bhature ...

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Sewing Fragments | The Indian Express

Written by Damini Ralleigh | Updated: August 14, 2018 12:20:17 am One of Renuka puri’s work titled ‘Transfrustrations’ The fragments of clothes bearing embroidery that melds folk forms and zine styles carry impressions of both Renuka Rajiv’s childhood predilection for fidgeting with paper and fabric as well as the artist’s ...

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World Elephant Day: Gaj Mahotsav unites Indian artists, celebs for tusker friend | art and culture

World Elephant Day: Gaj Mahotsav unites Indian artists, celebs for tusker friend | art and culture

The elephant is an animal that holds a lot of fascination for everyone since our childhoods. It’s also worshipped. The Hindu god of good luck, Lord Ganesha is also the elephant god. It’s also India’s National Heritage Animal. However, the state of this majestic animal is becoming pitiable due to ...

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Parampara Series 2018: A celebration of Indian classical music and dance | art and culture

Parampara Series 2018: A celebration of Indian classical music and dance | art and culture

Like the season of monsoon, there are a few cultural events that are much awaited in the city. And one of them is the annual Parampara Series by Natya Tarangini Performing Arts Centre. The 22 edition of this festival of dance and music will be a three-day celebration of Indian ...

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Dynamics of Dance | The Indian Express

Written by Parul | Updated: August 12, 2018 12:15:25 am Bharatnatyam dancer Apoorva Jayaraman It was at the age of five that Apoorva Jayaraman began her training in dance. She pursued it seriously, and not as a hobby. “Like my education, dance was an integral part of my life. I ...

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Why is India Filthy? | The Indian Express

Written by Kaushik Dasgupta | Published: August 11, 2018 1:09:58 am Waste of a Nation, Garbage and Growth in India by Assa Doron and Robin Jeffrey India has a law against manual scavenging that goes back to 1993. Yet municipalities continue to employ this undignified form of labour. Hundreds of ...

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Sustainable bartending catches on in Indian bars

Sustainable bartending catches on in Indian bars

In 2013, London saw the establishment of one of the world’s first low-waste bars. White Lyan, in the city’s East End, plans its operations around sustainability: reducing wastage, eschewing disposables and focusing on responsibly sourced ingredients. Today, cocktail bartender Ryan Chetiyawardana aka Mr Lyan is considered a pioneer, a name ...

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Mohit Raina does his bit for the society, extends support to Indian Government’s Save Ganga movement | bollywood

Mohit Raina does his bit for the society, extends support to Indian Government’s Save Ganga movement | bollywood

Mohit Raina has always spoken about doing his bit for society. The actor, who is quite popular on the small screen, recently shot for Government of India’s project Namami Gange for two days. “It’s a great initiative and Mohit is elated to be associated with it. He has been supporting ...

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From Granny’s Kitty | The Indian Express

Written by Tanushree Ghosh | New Delhi | Updated: August 10, 2018 12:10:11 am Interiors of the restaurant My grandmother meant Thakumar Jhuli bedtime stories, a partner in crime, and a masterchef, who almost always stashed away an extra cutlet/malpua for me. So, when Sly Granny tiptoed into Delhi, after ...

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