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Agony aunts and agonised uncles

Dear Maasi,I went through a messy divorce recently. After the break-up, I had hoped to get at least something as alimony after a 15-year partnership. But all I got were paltry pickings. However, the good thing is that my ex is not having the best of ... Business Standard, 2 months ago

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Glitz & Glamour

Aditi Rao Hydari Aditi Rao Hydari The charming Aditi Rao Hydari graced the red carpet at the Screen awards in a Shane and Falguni Peacock creation. The outfit in black and nude colour looked like a short dress from front and had a flowing lace ...
 Indian Express16 hours ago

Capital Club Bahrain attended International Hospitality Training Forum in Nairobi

Capital Club Bahrain, the Kingdom's Premier Private City Club attended the unique Membership Training Forum this month held in Capital Club Kenya. The event brought together the general managers and executive membership teams from Capital Club East ...
 Albawaba5 days ago

Publishers are betting on family cookbooks. Here's why

Aparna Jain was visiting her brother in Geneva when he asked her to cook 'real Indian food' for him and his friends. She agreed, but when he listed what he wanted she panicked. He wanted mutton done the way Behenji maasi cooked it, Renu maasi's ...
 Economic Times5 days ago
New Indian Express

Not a Single Congress Flag flew after Hacking

The attack in Madurai on the students protesting the imposition of Hindi as the sole official language of the Union government was the turning point in the stir as it triggered the support of students throughout the State and intensified the ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago
India Today

Nina Davuluri: I like Bollywood, but I don't see myself fitting in

Nina Davuluri's upbringing in the United States was uncannily similiar to most young girls in small-town India. She wasn't allowed to date while in high school - her date on prom night were her school friends - a rule she abided by until she left ...
 India Today2 weeks ago
DAWN Group

A tale of two women: Strength in the sands

As with most places in Thar, the village of Kantio too is short of water. Most residents complain of scarcity, but 42-year-old Ladhaan is different: a widow and mother to four, she provides water to the well-to-do families. The closest water ...
 DAWN Group1 month ago

Just like mother!

We all have uncles and aunts who have certain distinctive qualities by which we know them and remember them. As we see them from our childhood, the impression they form on our minds remains almost the same even when we grow up. In my case, I have ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Backbone of industry: Female cotton-pickers call for recognition

Under the law, these women, strugg­ling on meagre daily wages, are not recogn­ised as formal worker­s. Female cotton-pickers can be seen working in the fields. These women are paid less than Rs150 for each day spent ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago

When the Rainbow Spoke out Aloud

BENGALURU: Released almost simultaneously, Payal Dhar's Slightly Burnt ((Bloomsbury India)) and Talking of Muskaan ((Duckbill)) by Himanjali Sankar have brought issues of gender and sexuality to the forefront of young adult literature. Whilst ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
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