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Salons: getting back to business

Priscilla Corner, beauty pro When did you first visit your salon after the lockdown eased? I visited the sal...

Afghanistan: A filmmaker emerges

Roya Sadat grew up in an Afghanistan where women were barred from attending school or going outdoors if not ac...
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Neil O'Brien: A son's heartfelt tribute

It was on this day four years ago that my father, Neil O’Brien, left for the Big Library in the Sky. As ...

Devdutt Pattanaik: The master story teller

It is heartening to hear the concern in Devdutt Pattanaik’s voice as he asks me about our well-being, before...

New FICCI FLO chairperson: Sunira Chamaria

As the new FICCI FLO chairperson, what is your theme this year?I have actively been with FLO for many years no...

Mute master, technically challenged or the screamer

With most of us working from home and staying in during the current pandemic situation, video calling has been...

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People  /  Published 13.05.20

Mute master, technically challenged or the screamer

With most of us working from home and staying in during the current pandemic situation, video calling has been a go-to to stay connected. The Telegraph draws up a fun list of personality types that we...
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People  /  Published 11.05.20

A model, an emcee, and a school principal

A regular face on the Calcutta ramp for almost 15 years, Jessica Gomes Surana has transitioned beautifully into an academician in the role of the principal of Loreto Convent Entally. Teaching has alwa...
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Culture  /  Published 10.05.20

How to make your dog a good canine citizen

From not being able to take your dogs on a walk to dealing with their frequent mood swings to rescuing dogs and puppies during lockdown, there are multiple issues to deal with for animal lovers. Param...
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Culture  /  Published 09.05.20

A brave new world

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Culture  /  Published 29.04.20

Of music and hope

With live music gigs down to zero because of Covid-19, many musicians have taken their talent online, to their balconies and to streaming services. And most are seeing this is as an opportunity to wor...
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Books  /  Published 25.04.20

Blending myth with history: Ashwin Sanghi

One of the best authors of mythological fiction in India, Ashwin Sanghi was happy running a business with no intention of ever getting into writing. However, stumbling upon a shrine in Srinagar got hi...
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People  /  Published 23.04.20

Sneha Ghosh on how yoga kindled self-love

[{"id":1,"type":"text","value":"All those who know Sneha Ghosh will tell you she is a perfect combination of the \u201cempowered\u201d and empathetic. The gorgeous Gurusaday Dutta Road girl admits to ...
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Arts  /  Published 21.04.20

Artist Biraaj Dodiya’s Debut Solo Show at Experimenter

I came across this poem (The Laid Out Body, a part of the poem Lament for Ignacio Sanchez Mejias by Spanish poet Federico Garcia Lorca) in which the poet was commemorating a friend’s death but there...
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Technology  /  Published 18.04.20

15 sec to stardom

Shivani Kapila...
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Culture  /  Published 16.04.20

City DJs continue to spin party tracks from home

The nightclubs and pubs might be shut due to the lockdown but there is no stopping some of the city DJ/producers from spreading positivity, joy and faith through their music, as they continue to conne...
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