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Salty and Spicy

Film historian Dhruv Somani marvels at Gulzar’s women-centric flavored Namkeen (1982).

All about flesh and blood

Humra Quraishi responds to the unnecessary hungama surrounding Halal, a noise not sparing even Haldiram’s Falahari Packe...

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Adil Hussain: The Uncrowned Czar of independent cinema

Sharad Raj walks you through his experience of working with the actor par excellence Adil Hussain.

The Storm In A Teacup

Dr. Sandeep Goyal puts down his thoughts on the recent developments in the F&B industry after FSSAI's 'Eat Right India' ca...

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The brand mascot who walked the talk

He started to feature in his brand advertising almost four decades ago making him a brand mascot in the mold of...

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Robots At Your Service: Tomorrow Is Here

The technological innovations in these fields seem to be well timed – just the right thing, at the right time, futuristic and safe - to u...

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Have camera, will travel

Itinerant photographer, Ashis Ghatak, writes on the myriad pleasures of travel photography

Some dope on pot: It’s Hazy

Vinta Nanda collates information from available materials on the web for us to find out what Bhang, Charas and Ganja mean to I...

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Question of Homesickness

Even as the on-going COVID-19 pandemic affects the world, Anil Dixit writes on the bond among Indians employed in Dubai, Abu D...

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Point of View: From Streets to Table

Nothing reflects a culture as its cuisine. Here’s a perspective on India’s food culture....

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