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Renewal at Puri

It takes a festival for a city to reinvent itself

India: imagined and experienced

Granta's second book on India aims at providing a subaltern perspective on the country but doesn't quite achieve that, with too many English language writers and not enough regional works forming a pa

Game changing flavours

Leading chefs from across the country share their journeys to find exotic ingredients and techniques

Reaching for the skies

While real estate is in the dumps, several projects have been launched for the well-heeled

Home is where the heat is

One term is making a lot of din in the offices of the Indian National Congress. It is a borrowed term, but then its suitability to the situation has divested it of any political rancour. The term, of course, is ghar wapsi, and it crops up every time ...

Bear extraordinaire

The book glosses over all the moral complexity that, these days, books for children about animals in captivity usually embrace

My Life My Style: Niranjan Hiranandani

The Modi jacket: eyecatching design

The impulsive collector

From Javanese Lombok boxes to an autorickshaw titled Roopmati, painted in pops of pink and yellow, Samir Modi collects art that catches his eye

Caught between platitudes and mindsets

On Wednesday, I found myself moderating a panel discussion for the Indian Merchants' Chamber's Ladies Wing for its International Women's Day Conclave. The panel discussion was titled "Impact of films, education, business, law, media and theatre as ...

Celebrating wines

SulaFest is not really a wine festival anymore - it's now a landmark music festival, with bands such as Gentleman's Dub Club performing to capacity crowds

Union Budget 2015, an analysis

Whenever Budget time rolls around I feel I must make one for myself, but am always defeated by economic instincts hardwired by decades of evolution

A sous vide in every kitchen

Appliance manufacturers have been building a surge of high-tech, high-end gadgets for our kitchens, but a lot of them are pretty useless. Who needs a refrigerator with a built-in tablet computer? Then there is the computer you use for sous vide, a ...

Gold and silver decline on global cues

The yellow metal in London declined by over 2% to trade at $1,177.6 an oz in spot trade on Friday

An app to identify safe zones in a city

A new mobile app is allowing women to identify safe zones in a city with the help of crowd-sourced audits

Give the tiger its corridors

The battle for tiger conservation must move to the corridors that link the big cats' habitat

Up next: Driverless cars

Is it time to give your driver the golden handshake? With driverless cars, the day is not too far away

Apple to join Dow blue-chip index, replacing AT&T

The change will take effect March 19

Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal Congratulates Indian Cricket Team

Wall St opens down after strong jobs report

A strong monthly jobs report heightened expectations the US Federal Reserve could raise interest rates sooner than anticipated.

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