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From the ramps to the roads

Published on 17-Feb-2018
Over the years spent observing fashion, I've also had time to think about that vital haute couture query - does one sacrifice comfort and utility for cutting-edge trends?

From the diary of a former trends writer. By Sheila Kumar...

I'll have what she's having...

Published on 17-Feb-2018

Fashion, ideally, is tailored personal style. But what if it becomes...

Without fail

Published on 10-Feb-2018
Failure itself is not bad. Then why is it so feared, loathed and reviled? The reason is simple: it is not failure which is the problem, but the negative emotional impact it has on most of us.

How dull and uninventive would the world be if not for failures! Lakshmi Palecanda writes about the times when setbacks were turned into brighter futures...

The writing's on the wall

Published on 03-Feb-2018
Photo by authors.

Street art tours around the globe are an edgy urban trend...

A holiday to remember

Published on 27-Jan-2018

Meet 10-year-old Ruskin Bond and his discoveries as he vacations in Dehradun and reacquaints himself with his family

Field of dreams

Published on 20-Jan-2018
The Indian Constitution was a product of many encounters among a large number of ideas and ideals that sometimes clashed with, and sometimes complemented, each other.

Our Constitution has withstood the test of time and thus lived...

Tokens of thanks

Published on 13-Jan-2018
Makara Sankranti: Said to be mentioned in the Mahabharata, this harvest festival takes its name from the sun entering the Capricorn (makara).
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How do we thank Nature for her bountiful produce every year? PREETI VERMA LAL narrates the celebratory tunes of harvest across the country...

Look, one last time...

Published on 30-Dec-2017

As the door to 2017 closes, M Gautham Machaiah takes us through...

The plum X'mas treats!

Published on 23-Dec-2017
Christmas stollen, traditional German, European festive dessert cut into pieces on wooden background.

There are as many Christmas food traditions as there are countries that...

It's high time!

Published on 16-Dec-2017
Coorg Wines.Photo by authors

India's own drinks menu has been fed with so many potent...

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Bronze medalist in the women's 4 x 5km relay cross-country skiing the team from Russia...

Bronze medalist in the women's 4 x 5km relay cross-country skiing the team from Russia...

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau with his son Hadrien, 3, feeds an elephant during...

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau with his son Hadrien, 3, feeds an elephant during...

Bollywood actress and dancer Smilie Suri during the Pole Dance practice...

Bollywood actress and dancer Smilie Suri during the Pole Dance practice...

A child plays with soap bubbles at the Surajkund Mela in...

A child plays with soap bubbles at the Surajkund Mela in...

Potters sell their items at the Surajkund Mela in...

Potters sell their items at the Surajkund Mela in...

People in costumes join a parade to mark Chinese new year, the Year of the Dog...

People in costumes join a parade to mark Chinese new year, the Year of the Dog...

Protesters stand near billboards placed by the pressure group Occupy Justice...

Protesters stand near billboards placed by the pressure group Occupy Justice...

Actress Tamannaah Bhatia during a promotional event...

Actress Tamannaah Bhatia during a promotional event...

Girls take selfie near a classic car at the 8th edition of the 21 Gun Salute...

Girls take selfie near a classic car at the 8th edition of the 21 Gun Salute...

A man feeds langurs at Khandagiri in...

A man feeds langurs at Khandagiri in...

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