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Spiti Valley: At the lotus feet of the Buddha

In Spiti, every step you take in the 1,000-year-old Tabo monastery is like a walk through the pages of history

Enrich your weekend by celebrating textiles and visiting West End

Some recommendations to enliven your weekend

The saga of the Uttarakhand deluge retold

More than a year after the Uttarakhand floods, journalist Hridayesh Joshi seeks some answers

Revenge porn makes private videos a public disgrace

Revenge porn, a rising Internet menace, is allowing men and women to get back at their estranged partners in traumatic, disturbing ways

Agonies and ecstasies of football's outsiders

James Montague falls off the map to capture an aspect of football that is outside the ken of most global fans

Being Jessica Alba

Hollywood celebrity trainer Ramona Braganza plans to spread her fitness mantra through a new range of gyms across the country

Street smart

The environment at Abhyaas Galli in Worli has helped students rise above their circumstances

First of a new sort

Audi's A3 heralds the birth of a sedan that promises luxury and performance while providing an affordable upgrade to the executive class

Essential travel kit

You have to leave town on short notice and while you ponder about what to carry along

Carpooling apps: Dealing with wheeling

A series of nifty networking apps and services are offering convenient systems for carpooling and ridesharing for daily commuters in metros

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The end of an era
Malavika Sangghvi

Rajesh Khanna’s legendary sea- facing Carter Road bungalow in Mumbai, a repository of glamour, heartbreak, nostalgia, has been sold for Rs 90 cr

For a piece of earth
Arundhuti Dasgupta

Land symbolised different things but all cultures considered it valuable because it was scarce and counted as wealth

Investment required in wine
Alok Chandra

To attract investments the wine business must have the prospect to become broadly profitable, with positive cash-flows over time

On finally growing up
Mitali Saran

When you’re a child they tell you that you can do whatever you want when you grow up

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