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Nepalese form WhatsApp group to trace relatives

NEW DELHI: In Shahpur Jat, the Nepalese community is united in grief. Working in Delhi for years, some have lost their family members and property in the earthquake that shook the Himalayan nation. Seema, who works as a saleswoman, has lost seven ... Times of India, 1 month ago

How A Female Tea 'Sommelier' In A Male Dominated Industry Tackled Tea Loving Indians

Being practical is number one on Anamika Singh's list of how to be successful in business; she should know, she's one of two women who have managed to take on the Indian tea industry to great acclaim. India, nation of chai , usually imbued as a ...
 Forbes.com20 hours ago Care for a cuppa?  Livemint.com1 month ago The Trendy Tea-totaller  New Indian Express1 month ago

On a Harappan quest

Could a village in Haryana have been the ancient civilisation's very first settlement? ARCHAEOLOGY The drone of monotonous activity is occasionally broken by an exchange of words. I think today might be the day well touch the natural ...
 Open1 week ago

The courts and the demolition

Comment · print · T T T+· T- 23oeb_Babri TOPICS Judicial decisions on the Ayodhya dispute in the last decade jettisoned the rule of law and canons of justice The political discourse in India since the mid-1980s, dominated by the ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Fighting fakes

The recent allegations made by designer Shantanu Goenka about a couple of Kolkata stores copying his works have stirred the plagiarism debate in the fashion industry all over again. Shantanu Goenka, a Kolkata-based designer, recently stirred up a ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
Outlook India

Between The Lines

Just the other day, Chiki Sarkar, publisher, Penguin Random House, and Caroline Newbury, VP marketing and publicity, were in Outlook offices, as they do once every three months, talking energetically about their summer catalogue. Sarkar was ...
 Outlook India1 month ago
Millennium Post

Sagina syndrome grips politics

In three decades, Indian politics has come a full circle. The party, which was once the torch bearer of development, today wants to be the pall-bearer for the Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement (Amendment) Bill, 2015. The National ...
 Millennium Post1 month ago

Corporates paid large sums to procure files

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Delhi Police in the charge sheet filed in the documents theft case allege that corporate executives paid large sums of money every month to procure stolen confidential documents from the Ministry of ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Art out on the streets

A remarkable bunch of artists are busy turning Delhi's walls and shelters into quirky, bold and colourful canvases Chanpreet Khurana Tweet Tweet Subscribe to: Daily Newsletter Breaking News Editor's picks More » Spanish artist Okuda ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago
India Today

Art of Craft

When Godrej Design Lab gave architects and designers a free hand to express their creativity, it resulted in a unique range of products. SAHIL & SARTHAK, 36 & 35, Delhi Sarthak Sengupta and Sahil Bagga received their MSc in Product Service System ...
 India Today1 month ago
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