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MakeMyTrip launches 'Made for You Holidays' ahead of festive s...

India's leading online travel company MakeMyTrip on Thursday announced the launch of its new product 'Made for You Holidays' for the booming domestic travel sector in India.Launched alongside the Christmas holiday season, these 150 holiday experiences offer a ... Business Standard, 2 months ago

Bihar trains face worst delays, Gujarat least: study

Passengers on trains originating from, arriving at, or passing through Bihar stations face the maximum average delays, while those from Gujarat face the least delays, claims a study by an online travel portal. Three states - Uttarakhand, Bihar and Kerala - ...
 Deccan Herald5 days ago
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Indian Cinema gets its finest love story

... And it's written with tears, blood and unspoken lines, notes Sreehari Nair. IMAGE: The beauty of Mayaanadhi is that it shows the guts to be a love story of two people who have exhausted the surprises they can offer one another. (A note from Sreehari: This article and the movie it endorses can be better enjoyed by submitting yourself to the spoilers and knowing as many of them as possible, in advance.) Aashiq Abu's Mayaanadhi can either give greeting card companies the jitters or it can ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Why Kolkata celebrates Christmas with such fervour

'Anantkumar Hegde will be pleased that those thousands who formed a long line to enter the grounds of St Paul's Cathedral on Christmas Eve night were both aware of their 'parentage' -- to use his insulting term -- and would describe themselves as Hindu,' says Rahul Jacob. IMAGE: Christmas Eve Mass at St Paul's Cathedral in Kolkata. Photograph: Rupak De Chowdhuri/Reuters One moment loud carols in Bengali seemed to echo up and down Kolkata's Park Street, the next minute the familiar silhouette of ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

CHINA - A YEAR IN REVIEW AND A PREVIEW

[China], Dec. 27 (ANI): As 2017 draws to a close, it is an apt time to assess some significant developments surrounding China over the past twelve months, as well as to look ahead to possible directions in 2018. As much of the Western world enters the ...
 Sify1 month ago

Tech, on the go

Jayanth Sharma The digitally-enabled, smartphone-equipped, and experience-hungry millennial has already begun to create ripples in various industries, as companies scramble to evolve with the changing expectations and preferences of this vital ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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Mathrubhumi 'The Indian Luxury Expo' to allure brand lovers to Kochi

Kochi: The city of Cochin is getting ready to host first of its kind one-stop-shop for luxury brands at “Mathrubhumi The Indian Luxury Expo” on December 8th & 9th at Bolgatty event centre from 11am – 8 pm. The two-day event will showcase ...
 Mathrubhumi2 months ago
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Murder On The Orient Express Review: Poirot steers a star-studded mystery

Murder On The Orient Express offers intrigue worthy of Hercules Poirot's investigation and our time, feels Sukanya Verma. Dame Agatha Christie is a hallowed figure in my home. Not one unkind word will be tolerated against her. But I am not the source of this bias. One of my earliest childhood memories is unsuccessfully trying to pull away from the hands of her biggest fan -- my mother -- a copy of the Christie mystery, Appointment With Death.   Although I've read a few of the ...
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Review: Rage turns into beauty in Kadvi Hawa

'Don't let anybody tell you that Kadvi Hawa is a manifesto for the fight against climate change or that it's an austere, unforgiving, movie.''This is an intensely felt, beautifully expressed, piece of cinema,' says Sreehari Nair. I jolted up in my seat when Ranvir Shorey, casually, and completely in character, uttered, what I think is the greatest line ever said at the movies: Jean Renoir's 'Everybody has their reasons.'   Shorey says it in Nila Madhab Panda's Kadvi Hawa, sitting atop a ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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