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Italy
Travel  /  Published 12.09.20

The Sloanie life

A long soak in the bathtub with lovely Bamford bubble bath made me think of Daylesford, the super chic organic restaurant and shop in Pimlico, a 15-minute walk from the hotel. Daylesford’s found...
By Karen Anand in

Football  /  Published 08.09.20

Barella header secures victory

Italy returned to winning ways as Nicolo Barella’s header just before half-time secured a 1-0 victory away over The Netherlands in their Nations League clash at an empty Johan Cruyff Arena on Mo...
By Reuters in Amsterdam

Travel  /  Published 08.08.20

The Tuscan escape

How do you rate the hotel experiences and service in India? I remember staying at the Oberoi hotel in Agra and that was a really wonderful experience. I think something that India does really well......
By Karen Anand in

India  /  Published 03.07.20

After China, time to show Italy ‘lal aankh’

Narendra Modi is suddenly — and repeatedly — discovering a fact of life: like the arrow that sped from the bow, it is impossible to take back the words he had uttered with reckless abandon...
By Anita Joshua & Imran Ahmed Siddiqui in

World  /  Published 24.05.20

Italy turns to its farming past

On a small farm outside Rome, workers crouched in the corridors of a cornfield and tended to stalks for the coming harvest. The ones from Morocco, Romania and Nigeria knew exactly what to do. It was t...
By Jason Horowitz in Italy

West Bengal  /  Published 17.11.18

Italian artist's exhibition at Indian Museum

Indian snake charmers in South America, elephants and tigers in India, strife scenes in Africa — Italian contemporary artist Pietro Ruffo’s cartography and tapestries in the exhibition titled, Co...
By Anasuya Basu in Calcutta

Travel  /  Published 20.07.19

Sun-kissed Sicily

On the map, Sicilia or Sicily is that island just off the toe of Italy’s ‘boot’. This part of Italy was made famous by the Sicilian Mafia which received further attention with the book and movie...
By Natasha Celmi in

World  /  Published 04.05.20

Italy starts unwinding its lockdown

Grandparents hugged their grandchildren, toddlers rushed excitedly through parks and factories revived their long-stalled production lines as Italy started the slow process of unwinding Europe’s lon...
By Reuters in Rome

Jharkhand  /  Published 28.08.19

Steel city tailor who made the global cut

If you think top tailors stay in metros, think again. A steel city tailor has ended up impressing the gentlemen of Verona.Jamshedpur’s Moin Ansari, a non-matriculate who through sheer talent got to ...
By Antara Bose in Jamshedpur

World  /  Published 29.03.20

No money, Italians raid supermarkets

Police with batons and guns have moved in to protect supermarkets on the Italian island of Sicily after reports of looting by locals who could no longer afford food.The death toll from the coronavirus...
By AFP and Reuters in Palermo


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