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Ways to win

There is always more than one way of looking at things. It is true of football, too. Beyond the game there is a gameplan; behind it there are coaches, managers, clubs; they, in turn, are propelled by different goals, varying philosophies. And for those who are looking, the game has management takeaways aplenty.
Jul 03, 2018 00:00 IST

They are witty and they get us! 13 artists we are following on instagram 

Social media has led to an explosion of indie artists in genres like graphic illustrations, comics and cartoons. You can find them on all kinds of platforms, including Tumblr, Twitter and Facebook, but we think their incredible work is best viewed on Instagram, the most image-based platform. Here are some of our favourites! 
Jul 03, 2018 00:00 IST

Lebanese flavours from an open kitchen

It was a busy afternoon on Shakespeare Sarani when I stepped in to Shawarma House, a small eatery serving Lebanese dishes since March. I have grown to love Mediterranean cuisine as a popular fast food option in the UK and hence eager to see what the new restaurant had to offer.
Emily Whitaker Jul 03, 2018 00:00 IST

The frozen tree is here with cool, fruity pops

When you walk into this 150sq ft dessert den, it would feel like you are living a Pinterest dream. The walls are decorated with popsicle-related quotes, framed with wooden sticks, and ice creams are being sold out of a counter that looks like a thela. The Frozen Tree — a new popsicle brand with stores in Elgin Road and Sector V— is the latest addition to the frozen dessert outlets in the city.
Jul 03, 2018 00:00 IST

Rocking act on rooftop

Two evenings of original music, covers and good vibes made up the music fest, A Bigger Parklife, held on a rooftop decked up with fairy lights in an address near Jadavpur on June 16 and 17. With 13 acts performing, the line-up included Adil Rashid Collective, 22 Days, Fingerstyle, Croonaluna, Rivu, The Big Other and Whale In The Pond.  Snapshots... 
Jul 03, 2018 00:00 IST

Bite right

The Grand Kebab Festival 
Jul 03, 2018 00:00 IST

ITC Sonar celebrates the season of mangoes, sheherwali style

The Sheherwali community’s annual mango festival was back at ITC Sonar last month. This community of Jain traders, known as “Sheherwalis” or “city-dwellers”, migrated to Murshidabad during the Mughal period from their homes in Rajasthan. Their cuisine features a unique fusion of Bengali, Mughlai and Rajasthani tastes, and given the large variety of mangoes available in Murshidabad, incorporates the King of Fruits into many dishes. 
Jul 03, 2018 00:00 IST

A bite of home

Just a few steps away from the bustling office para near Chandni Chowk metro station is located the cosy 70-seater eatery called The Open House. Serving Indian, tandoor and continental cuisines, this restaurant was conceived by owners Priya Soni and R. Sushila with the office crowd in mind. “We wanted to serve good quality, home-style food to the office-going crowd here. You can also come here with your kids and enjoy the homely environment with our comfort food,” Priya told t2.
Jul 03, 2018 00:00 IST

Sector V munch map

Thanks to a slew of restaurants and pubs mushrooming in and around the area, Salt Lake Sector V is now a foodie’s paradise. t2 went on a trail to check out some of the popular eat-drink-hangout dens. 
Jul 02, 2018 00:00 IST

Fresh bites and sips at Mamagoto

What: Seasonal Blockbuster Menu Where: Mamagoto, Park Street
Jul 02, 2018 00:00 IST

Cow-Dust Hour

Recap: While Lata Ghosh befriends eight-year-old Pixie at Heathrow, filmmaker Ronny Banerjee realises his opus magnum is not quite turning out the way he had thought. Now that he is pushing 40 with no savings or fallbacks of his own, the future is a blur.
DEVAPRIYA ROY Jul 01, 2018 00:00 IST

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