With thousands of flickering clay lamps illuminating every nook and corner of the homes in India, there's no missing the fact that Diwali, the festival of lights, has begun. Thousands of kilometres away, here in Oman, and around the world, the ... Times of Oman, 14 hours ago
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Mohini tossed and turned in bed. It was scorching hot outside while her bedroom was deliciously cool, with the AC running full strength. She had just returned from the bank, had lunch and was dead tired. Yet sleep eluded her. Suddenly she sprang up ...The Statesman, 4 days ago
Underneath contemporary trappings and irrational excesses, Durga Puja has more intimate connotations, best understood, perhaps, at a Bonedi Barir Pujo Kolkata: Inside the private quarters of many an aristocratic household in the city, the annual ...Livemint.com, 3 weeks ago
Ajit Patowary GUWAHATI, Sept 25 - For the people hit by the abnormal rise in the prices of essential items, the story that follows has every element to sound incredible. But, successful businessman Ram Niranjan Goenka maintains that it is a fact. ...Assam Tribune, 1 month ago
Diwali may be known as the festival of lights but the four days of celebrations have become just as popular as the time for giving. Here are some gifting ideas for you from across fashion, food, home decor and more. Mumbai, the city that never ...India Today, 1 month ago
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