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My endless love affair with Jeans :: Samarjit Kambam

My endless love affair with Jeans :: Samarjit Kambam E Pao!, 2 weeks ago

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'Eat, Pray, Love' nature in Bekal, Madikeri

Bottle up the deafening sound of honking cars in cities and throw it in the calm backwaters as you cross endless tall coconut trees in the untouched north Kerala town of Bekal. Wish to further surrender to nature? Drive down from the beach destination to the ...
 Prokerala1 month ago
Huffington Post

Surprise! Your Cat Probably Likes You More Than Food

Any cat owner who’s ever woken up to the not-so-soothing sound of endless meowing knows that cats love food. A lot. But apparently ― and possibly contrary to common belief ― they actually prefer hanging out with you to getting down with a bowl of ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago

What happened to restraint?Donald Trump revs up the endless war machine

No one ever expected Donald Trump to be a peace-loving president
 Business Standard1 month ago

A love story in miniatures

Ritika Kochhar finds out how Indian miniatures, which were once buried in manuscripts, ended up drawing collectors the world over. IMAGE: A painting from the Hamzanama. Just 61 pages are known to have survived, and when a single page was auctioned at Sotheby's in London in 1986, it sold for £148,000 (11.9 crore). Apart from the delicacy and detail, it's the rarity of miniature art that has fascinated collectors the world over, including King George III. Photograph: Courtesy ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
catchnews.com

A Dog's Purpose movie review: An endless cycle of doggy death

Gary Larson, creator of The Far Side comic series, often takes man-animal situations and flips them – looking at them through the perspective of the animal. This idea forms the base of A Dog's Purpose , in which we take a look at life through the eyes ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Harry Styles joins James Corden for 'Carpool Karaoke'

Harry Styles' week-long residency of James Corden's "The Late Late Show" has culminated with an episode of the legendary "Carpool Karaoke". The former One Direction singer joined Corden in blasting out some more of his songs while cruising round Los Angeles, ...
 Business Standard1 day ago
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The woman who makes Deepika Padukone look so gorgeous on the red carpet

As the Bollywood star makes headlines for her debut as a L'Oreal Ambassador at Cannes, Anita Aikara turns the spotlight on the woman behind her stunning red carpet looks.  On May 1, fashion critics were dismayed by Deepika Padukone's choice for the Met Gala 2017 -- an elegant but non-adventurous Tommy Hilfiger satin gown. People argued endlessly about why Deepika Padukone, Asia's sexiest woman, didn't embrace the challenge of the 'Art of the In-Between' -- like Priyanka Chopra did -- ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago
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Learn these skills or forget your dream job

Recruiters are not interested in your fancy CV or degree.They want to know if you can express your ideas clearly, confidently in a group, solve problems and take decisions. It's a hot summer afternoon. Drops of sweat trickle down an anxious Rohan's forehead. Waiting at the reception to go in for his make-or-break interview, he focuses on looking good, sounding mature and appearing confident. After all, the trials of being in the rat-race to crack the engineering entrance, acing the exams, ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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Has India lost Kashmir?

India isn't Israel, nor can it, or should be, says Shekhar Gupta. Have we lost Kashmir? The answer is no. But qualifications and caveats must follow. We have 'lost' Kashmir many times since 1947. The first time, when Pakistani raiders were about to storm Srinagar airport when Lieutenant General (then Lieutenant Colonel) Harbakhsh Singh's troops landed there, one Dakota at a time. How hopeless that situation was, go back to a decent library and read Lieutenant General Lionel Protip ('Bogey') ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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