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Spice up your life!
Bangladesh Daily Star

Spice up your life!

No man should die if he can afford cinnamon… said someone in the 14th century! London dockyard workers were paid in cloves while the Roman soldiers were paid in salt, coining the term a man worth his salt. Spices were one of the major reasons ... Bangladesh Daily Star, 2 weeks ago
Business Insider India

Meaningful Content in Indian Cinema: A Lost Battle?

It is noteworthy, that UTV Spotboys was the pioneer of small budget, content-oriented movies in India. Khosla Ka Ghosla was one of the first movies in this genre that was produced under UTV Motion Pictures. Later between 2008 and 2009, under the ...
 Business Insider India1 week ago
Hindustan Times

Kunal Vijayakar pays tribute to celebrated chefs

I watched Bajrangi Bhaijaan the other day (yes, it's still in the theatres), and when the song Selfie Le Le Re struck up on screen, my friend immediately nudged me and rattled off the credits. It's composed by Pritam, and sung by him, Vishal Dadlani ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

Sugar Rush: Mumbai's pastry chefs, home bakers cooking up a storm

Gleaming steel kitchen counters set against flawless white walls and a spanking new mixer is an irresistible sight for any baker. Add to that the sweet aroma of cinnamon and vanilla from a large oven. We are not on the sets of MasterChef Australia, ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago
India Blooms

Bollywood: Talking Heads

The hit movie Bajrangi Bhaijaan has an interesting character called Chand Nawab, a small time television reporter in Pakistan, who is not taken seriously by channel editors. But how members of the fourth estate are portrayed in Bollywood in general? ...
 India Blooms1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

Cabbages & Kings: Tripping on good sense

You always say your favourite colour is green I thought you meant the shades of trees and leaves Now bitter tears have taught me that you mean The blindness of that emotion which deceives… From The Othello Papers by Bachchoo In my teens ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Tripping on good sense  Asian Age1 month ago
University of York

Something to chew on millions of lives blighted by smokeless tobacco

More than a quarter of a million people die each year from using smokeless tobacco, researchers at the University of York have concluded. Paan, a custom-made product in which smokeless tobacco is used Millions more have their lives shortened ...
 University of York1 month ago

12 stops, 50 markets

Markets embody living traditions—they are windows to local culture and markers of a point or two in history, but they are also constantly evolving. Old markets are often built around landmarks—think Chandni Chowk near Red Fort in Delhi—or ...
 Livemint.com2 months ago
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