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Five Fresh Faces Will Set The Ramp Ablaze At Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2019

by WOT

India's most celebrated fashion event - Lakmé Fashion Week, invited aspiring models to walk the runway at its much-awaited Model Auditions at St. Regis, Mumbai. An esteemed panel of judges chose f...

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Jamshedpur: A City Which Breed Civic Consciousness, Benevolence And Religious Tolerance

by Tehnaz Dastoor

It is a well-known fact that Pappu Sardar adores Madhuri Dixit and uses her image to promote socially conscious messages throughout Jamshedpur. His deliciously hand-prepared Chaats at Manohar Chaat...

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A Noble Gift - Jagatjit Palace (Sainik School), Kapurthala

by Ipsita Ganguli

Standing there, at the Sainik School, which used to be Jagatjit Palace, the Palace of the last Maharaja of Kapurthala, it was an humbling and wondrous experience. Not only because I was lo...

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40 Ways To Tell You Are In Delhi

by Mukul and Shilpa Gupta

Every city, just like an individual, has a personality of its own. So too does Delhi, the one city where everyone wants to move for education, job opportunities, (the assumed) better quality of lif...

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Jiyo, JIYO

by Sayanti Mukherji

Indian crafts and textiles contemporized in an exhibition by JIYO ‘A thing of beauty is a joy forever’ the cliché quote resonated in my mind as I walked through the labyrinth of the th...

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Gear Up Jamshedpur, To Flaunt Your Fitness With Run-A-Thon

by WOT

Tata Steel has always been associated with ‘building’ the nation right from its very inception. Not only did they change the scenario of the nation but they have always been instrumental in mak...

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Jamshedpur Jacinth

by Rita Bhimani

Going back to the town of one’s birth in adulthood brought out a different set of colors. The evening skies lit up by the blast furnaces, casting a jacinth hue, that reddish-orange variety of zir...

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Jamshedpur Jottings

by Rita Bhimani

The unfolding of the new Tata Steel campaign We Also Make Tomorrow has a novel resonance to it − there appears to be a market orientation ring, a creating of solutions, the picturization of impor...

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Backpacking In Gujarat – Part 2

by Madhumay Mallik

Now that you are continuing on our story of backpacking in Gujarat… The last train from Sasan Gir to Junagarh leaves at 4pm and it takes a good 3 hours for the journey. On reaching Junaga...

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"Under The Sal Tree" − A Theatre Festival In Assam −So Unique And Bohemian!

by Munmi Barthakur

In a small, secluded village, Rampur, in Goalpara district, Assam, Sukracharjya Rabha, an eminent theatre personality, came up with a totally bohemian concept of theatre in the year 2009. This was ...

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Backpacking In Gujarat – Part 1

by Madhumay Mallik

India, for sure is a country of diversity. It’s not just the nation as a whole but every state in its own accord offers contrasts that travelers like us can get bewitched to. Believe it or not, e...

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The Quaint Township Of Bir

by Ritusmita Biswas

Himachal Pradesh popularly known as Dev Bhoomi provides a number of majestic travel options for the wanderlust. Apart from the known – there are many such unknown destinations which are slowly fi...

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