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Discovering Sri Lanka through local eyes

It is believed that a war or any natural calamity changes the mindsets and way of living of people. After a lo...

Destination: Santa Claus

Inside the overhead cupboard you will find a mineral water bottle, a comb, toothpaste and toothbrush, soap, a ...
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The ultimate guide to Helsinki

If anything is palpable as soon as one arrives in Helsinki, the capital city of Finland, it is that the air is...

Home with Open Arms

Though she visits the city often, it is the Delhi winters, the coats, shawls, the fireplace, the winter food t...

Timeless and wondrous Bishnupur

There is wide expanse of eucalyptus trees lining the large area of the Lalgarh jungle in Bankura district. On ...

Closed to traffic but open to music and dance

Ever heard of an entire street that puts on dancing shoes and, that too, for a whole day every Sunday? No? Nei...

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Jharkhand  /  Published 14.12.19

FASTag yet to speed up

Around 50 toll plaza employees were distributing leaflets in Ormanjhi near Ranchi on Saturday to vehicle drivers about the FAStag labels meant for paying the toll electronically.The Union ministry of ...
By Achintya Ganguly in Ranchi

Jharkhand  /  Published 14.12.19

Bengal protests derail train travellers

Railway passengers faced trouble on Saturday as several trains originating from and bound for Howrah had to be cancelled or rescheduled following massive public agitations over the Citizenship (Amendm...
By Animesh Bisoee in Jamshedpdur

Travel  /  Published 31.05.20

Adventurist Ryan Pyle picks some top treks

Ryan Pyle unplugs from his urban life and heads out to explore the best adventure trekking destinations in Asia for the show Expedition Asia that is focused on adventure, exploration and cultural educ...
By Sudeshna Banerjee in

Travel  /  Published 20.10.19

How TripAdvisor is fighting the war against fake reviews, sock-puppeting, review brushing-bombing....

For a few hundred million people, the ultimate guestbook is TripAdvisor, where people continuously record their holiday highs and lows for the benefit of other holidaygoers and hotel proprietors. From...
By Mathures Paul in

Travel  /  Published 13.04.19

Braavos revisited...

Sweet girl,” said the Waif in the disguise of an old lady as Arya Stark was standing on the bridge and stabbed her in the stomach. In reaction, Arya jumps off the bridge into the river below and her...
By Pramita Ghosh in

Travel  /  Published 03.04.19

Binsar: A paradise for nature lovers

Far away from the madding crowd, nestled on top of the Kumaon Himalayas, is the Club Mahindra Binsar Valley Resort. The beautiful resort in Uttarakhand’s Binsar is located 90km from Nainital and 120...
By Ushnota Paul in

Travel  /  Published 10.10.18

The tranquillity of picture-perfect Pahalgam

The Wills Lifestyle design team decodes the Kashmir collection for t2:...
By Smita Roy Chowdhury in

Travel  /  Published 06.10.18

Havana rolls with heritage, artists, vintage cars

Into an isletOnce the capital is behind you, the cities and towns get smaller and more local, giving you a different Cuban experience. Trinidad and Cienfuegos are beautiful spots to visit. The ‘Trin...
By Jaime Calle Moreno in

Travel  /  Published 10.08.19

Monsoon trekking in Maharashtra

If you love the rains and adventure is your middle name, then these monsoon treks are just what you need! Recently, The Telegraph was invited by Countryside Adventure Holidays on a trek with a moderat...
By Ushnota Paul in

Travel  /  Published 06.08.19

From Kerala to Cannes: A ‘roar trip’

We’ve already travelled for more than 3,500km, but this trip still feels surreal. The fact that we’re on our way hasn’t sunk in yet,” smiled Paul George Vedanayagam. One look at his itinerary ...
By Vedant Karia in


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