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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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The Sloanie life

As the skies start opening up and flights resume, London is an obvious destination to vacation. UK protocols s...

Two rejuvenating days at the Atmantan Wellness Centre

Around a three-hour drive away from Mumbai and spread over 40 acres of lush valley, the integrated wellness lu...

The Tuscan escape

He’s the charming grandson of the famous shoemaker to Hollywood stars and shares his grandfather’s...

Lose yourself in the luxury of the Rajbari Bawali

Spending the last few months sighing every time you scour through your phone gallery and glimpse pictures of h...

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World  /  Published 13.01.20

Kathmandu airport cuts heat to save power

Nepal’s aviation authority on Monday asked everyone in the Himalayan nation’s only international airport to cut down on heating this winter to save power so that key equipment can run without disr...
By AP in Kathmandu

Food  /  Published 09.02.19

Marseille is home to the perfect bouillabaisse

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By Karen Anand in

Travel  /  Published 04.02.19

Warsaw rose from the ashes of the World War

The Good Maharaja'We Polish people are so grateful to the 'Good Maharaja' and I would like to thank you because you are from India,' said Toschka, my guide in Warsaw. I felt embarrassed, not only beca...
By Smita Tripathi in

Travel  /  Published 19.01.19

An itinerary for your trip to Bali

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By Pramita Ghosh in

Travel  /  Published 18.01.19

How to spot magic in New York if you're a child

Confession: I love travelling solo or with the husband. I never miss my kids when I am travelling across the globe. Travelling and experiencing new cultures gives me a high and I hope my kids will inh...
By Smita Tripathi in

Travel  /  Published 30.03.19

Snow and Sashimi in magical Japan

Intriguing, mysterious, bizarre and bustling. These are words that spring to mind every time I think of Japan. With the most polite people with smiling faces, the country unfolds itself in more ways t...
By Nandini Ganguly in

Travel  /  Published 08.02.20

Italy: a sensory overload

What comes to the mind when you first think of Italy? Food, the Amalfi coast, or Rome with all its heritage? Or, perhaps, Florence with its vast treasures of architecture? But for me and my family, it...
By Satrajit Sen in

Travel  /  Published 23.03.19

Wild about Kabini

Imagine sitting by a large window at Glenary’s Bakery & Cafe, sipping hot coffee and soaking in the sun, enjoying the view of Darjeeling . Life could hardly get better on your birthday. Then sud...
By Tarun Sircar in

India  /  Published 25.01.20

Visit 15 tourist spots a year, get rewarded

The Centre has decided to reward travellers who visit 15 domestic tourist spots in a year by sponsoring their travel expenses as an incentive, Union Minister Prahlad Singh Patel has said. The Union To...
By PTI in Bhubaneswar

West Bengal  /  Published 06.12.18

Vietnam island tour without visa

Phu Quoc can be the next popular holiday destination for Calcuttans because a visa is not needed to visit the small island in Vietnam off the coast of Cambodia in the Gulf of Thailand.The island offer...
By Sanjay Mandal in Calcutta


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