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Ila Arun’s journey with Ibsen

Ila Arun’s journey with Ibsen

Ila Arun’s life is a whirlwind of plays, films and music concerts. She returned from Hyderabad after a performance of Namaste, and was off to her native city, Jaipur. In between, at an evening suffused with the warmth of her family, friends and members of her theatre group Surnai, she ...

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4 airport VIP services that can make your journey a breeze | travel

4 airport VIP services that can make your journey a breeze | travel

How much would you pay to skip the security and customs lines at the airport: A hundred bucks?Or four grand? Easing the pain of jet-setting is a promise that a growing number of “airport concierge” companies are makingto frequentfliers, whether they’re departing or arriving. These concierge companies are a fast-growing ...

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Journey of music: How members of Dilli gharana are keeping up with changing times | art and culture

Journey of music: How members of Dilli gharana are keeping up with changing times | art and culture

It will be too much to expect Aalif Iqbal Khan to understand the significance of being the youngest descendant of the Dilli gharana. He is five years old – too young to know the history of the family or the legacy he will have to uphold in the years to ...

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Country Artist Hunter Miller Opens up About the Journey of Making Music

Country Artist Hunter Miller Opens up About the Journey of Making Music

Among one of this year’s most defining trends in music, the country genre has embraced a new aesthetic that blends pop, rock and hip-hop with its sound and style. Thanks to streaming platforms contributing to the evolution of the musical landscape, this cross-pollination has opened doors for artists looking to ...

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From aristocratic abodes to humble homes: The bittersweet journey of chocolate

Written by Ishita Goel | New Delhi | Updated: September 6, 2018 4:40:31 pm Women were forbidden to drink chocolate in the ancient Aztec civilisation due to its stimulating effect. (Source: Getty Images/ Thinkstock) The first chocolate ever consumed was a liquid concoction made from crushed cocoa beans, chilli peppers, ...

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Keshav traces his Krishna journey

Keshav traces his Krishna journey

Sage Vyasa is sitting on the banks of the River Ganga. He has completed the mammoth task of editing and compiling the Vedas. He has also finished composing the Mahabharatha and other puranas. But Vyasa is not happy. There’s turbulence in his mind. Narada appears and reasons with Vyasa: “You ...

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Stone grinder and bean-to-bar chocolate journey

Stone grinder and bean-to-bar chocolate journey

As a child, I always thought of the idli grinder at home as my mother’s best friend, saving her a lot of trouble. This same grinder is now used to make award-winning luxury chocolates: the ones that sell at ₹800 per bar in luxury retail outlets worldwide! In 2004, John ...

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Journey of a Thread | The Indian Express

Written by Shiny Varghese | Updated: August 20, 2018 12:48:18 am The late Martand Singh. When ‘Khadi: The Fabric of Freedom’ was displayed in Delhi in 2002, textile revivalist Martand Singh (Mapu) had requested that children from the blind school visit the exhibition. For one of them, it felt like ...

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The journey of the famous Ooty ‘varkey’

The journey of the famous Ooty ‘varkey’

The makers of the Ooty varkey, a crusty cookie that looks like a little box with its top smashed in, want to ensure its uniqueness with the help of a Geographical Indication tag. After all, if Hyderabad’s haleem, Tirupati’s laddoo and the Bengali rosogolla can have a GI tag, why ...

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The Journey Within | The Indian Express

Written by Dipti Nagpaul | Updated: August 8, 2018 12:32:34 am A still from Chumbak A young boy dreams of opening his own business back in his village even as he scrubs tables at one of Mumbai’s many Udipi restaurants. Short of a few thousand rupees and nudged by his ...

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