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Making Space for All | Lifestyle News, The Indian Express

All set for the Biennale. (Ramees) A day before the Kochi Muziris Biennale (KMB) opened its doors for the public, curator Anita Dube was seen carefully reviewing the exhibits and the display. It has been a rather eventful year for her and the Biennale: if in March, Manju Sara Rajan ...

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Koffee With Karan 6: Diljit Dosanjh confesses to making out in a car, Badshah says he’s been with two women at once | tv

Koffee With Karan 6: Diljit Dosanjh confesses to making out in a car, Badshah says he’s been with two women at once | tv

Host Karan Johar began Sunday’s episode of Koffee With Karan with a confession. The film director accepted that is indeed too fussy about his fashion choices, particularly his airport looks. He said he plans his outfits a day in advance and even lets the paparazzi know where he will be ...

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Rent, share, subscribe: Startups, e-galleries are making art more accessible | art and culture

Rent, share, subscribe: Startups, e-galleries are making art more accessible | art and culture

Last month, the e-gallery Ashvita’s hosted its first auction. The two-day online sale included paintings by artists from the Madras School — L Munuswamy and P Perumal, among others — as well as photographs of heritage structures in Chennai, prints, and collectibles like vintage Old Monk bottles and luggage labels ...

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The trick of making the best egg dishes

The trick of making the best egg dishes

I like eggs. I usually have them double fried and use a fork to pierce the yolk when it’s being cooked. But I have friends and family who baulk at the thought of the yolk being so badly treated. Just for them, I once had long conversations with quite a ...

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The making of Mahatma – The Hindu

The making of Mahatma - The Hindu

To commemorate Mahatma Gandhi’s 150th birth anniversary, Urdu Academy, Delhi staged “Mohan Se Mahatma” at Shri Ram Centre recently. The play offered glimpses of the time and life of Gandhi who occupies an unparalleled place as a spiritual, political and social thinker in the history of the country. And who ...

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Making Bengaluru an international destination for investment

Making Bengaluru an international destination for investment

Over 1,000 delegates, national and international, converged in Bengaluru recently for the Government of Karnataka-endorsed NAR-India Convention hosted by the Bangalore Realtors Association – India (BRA-I). Pravin Phase, President NAR-India, Syed Naseer Hussain, Rajya Sabha MP, Irfan Razack, CMD, Prestige Group, Ayub Khan, Secretary NAR-India, Farook Mahmood, Founder President & ...

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From freezing herbs to making coffee cubes, here are some genius ice cube tray hacks

By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Published: October 23, 2018 6:32:30 pm Use ice cube trays in a variety of ways. (Source: redbricksmi/Instagram and fit.wit.ange.77/Instagram) It might come across as a surprise but ice cube trays do amazingly well when they go beyond their regular function of making ice ...

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Making a Murderer Part 2 review: Netflix’s chilling true crime series promises more sleepless nights | tv

Making a Murderer Part 2 review: Netflix’s chilling true crime series promises more sleepless nights | tv

Making a Murderer: Part 2Directors – Laura Ricciardi, Moira DemosRating – 4/5 “She’s in it for the fame,” Steven Avery’s former partner warns him about his new girlfriend, described in the second season of Netflix’s Making a Murderer as ‘a statuesque blonde’. Avery has, since his conviction for the murder ...

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Is making chocolate as fulfilling as eating it? Hear it from the chocolatiers

Written by Ishita Goel | New Delhi | Published: October 22, 2018 1:23:04 pm Chocolatiers open up about how they make their chocolates, their favourite flavours and more. (Source: Getty Images/ Thinkstock) Is making chocolate as delightful a process as eating it is? These chocolatiers tell us about their love ...

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Revolution in a cloth bag: zero-waste stores making old shopping habits fashionable again

Revolution in a cloth bag: zero-waste stores making old shopping habits fashionable again

Every couple of days, childhood friends Jonah Fernandes, 29, and Eldridge Lobo, 28, set out to the local market in Goa with massive steel bins. They bring back chosen varieties of rice, pulses and millets, besides spices and flours, to stock at their venture, Ecoposro (posro means petty shop in ...

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