By Anita Rao-Kashi April, TS Eliot said, is the cruelest month, but for addicts of William Shakespeare, it is probably just the opposite — the inimitable Bard was baptised (his birthday is a bit of an issue with experts) and he died in April. Economic Times, 1 month ago
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The cobblestoned streets were quiet, save for the occasional staccato clop of leather shoes or the mild patter of sneakers. Beautiful buildings on either side, in an array of European architectural styles and painted pale yellow, pink, white or ...Hindu Business Line, 4 days ago
BENGALURU: Whenever we speak about Mysore, we instantly think of royalty and heritage with regards to the Royal Mysore Palace and its rich cultural history. Mysore is not just about Mysore Palace. In fact, there are lots of other awesome places that ...Silicon India, 1 week ago
Sneak peaks of Switzerland: 5 less crowded but more adventurous crests that can be cool summer getaways
By Anita Rao-Kashi As unusually warm winds swept through Europe last summer, Switzerland became the go-to place for not just Indians but other Europeans too. Instead of becoming tired old cliches, all the major peaks — Titlis, Matterhorn, ...Economic Times, 1 month ago
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