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Plan to ban vehicles on Kozhikode's SM Street a fool's errand
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Plan to ban vehicles on Kozhikode's SM Street a fool's errand

(A view of SM Street. Image courtesy: Vengolis/Wikimedia Commons) The sweet spot of Kozhikode city in Kerala is caught in a bitter debate. The city's historic Mithai Theruvu (literally Sweetmeat Street), now better known as SM Street, is getting a facelift ... Sify, 1 week ago

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Your guide to becoming a superbiker

Avantika Bhuyan details all that you need to know about our famously diverse roads and routes before you get going. Neha Tomar Photographs: Courtesy Flying Angels of India/facebook   You've got the bike -- a superbike -- and you're raring to roar through the desert swathes of Rajasthan, or along the coast of the Konkan, or in and out of peninsular India, or... But hold your horsepower. There're things you need to know about our famously diverse roads and routes before you get going. The ...
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Bengal Education Minister asks Presidency University VC to solve vacant seat issue

West Bengal Education Minister Partha Chatterjee on Tuesday said he told Presidency University Vice Chancellor Anuradha Lohia that something needed to be done to address the vacant seats issue of the premier institute from next session. "I have made it clear ...
 DNA2 days ago

#TravelTuesday: In the footsteps of the 'Indian trader' who found Petra

Shyam Saran travels to the ruined Jordanian city that was once a cosmopolitan hub controlling main global trade routes. Camels wait for tourists in Wadi Rum in Petra, Jordan.Petra built during the fifth and sixth centuries BC, is the ruined capital of the Nabatean Arabs.The sandstone in the region has given rise to unique rock formations, rising from the desert, forming deep canyons and fissures.Also read: The desert that resembles Mars!Photograph: Chris Jackson/Getty Images.   That the ...
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Planning to visit the North East? Your prayers might just have been answered!

Have you ever planned a trip to the eastern most region of India, and dropped the idea simply because you couldn’t figure out how to get there in the first place? The eight states comprising of Sikkim, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Nagaland, ...
 catchnews.com5 days ago

Meet Radhika Jones. She just made history!

10 things you should know about the new -- and first Indian-origin -- editor-in-chief of Vanity Fair. Radhika Jones will take over as the editor-in-chief of Vanity Fair on December 11.She is the first person of colour to become EIC at the magazine, which is more than a century old.Photograph: Jemal Countess/Getty Images.   When Graydon Carter steps down as the editor-in-chief (EIC) of Vanity Fair (VF) next month, he will leave behind a successful 25-year legacy. In a historic ...
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Remembering Girija Devi, the voice of Benares

'There is no one who can fill the vacuum created by the passing of Girija Devi,' mourns Sunita Budhiraja. Photograph: Kind courtesy Suyash Dwivedi/Wikimedia Commons It was the year 2008. I learnt that Girija Devi was going to be singing at the Viceregal Lodge at Delhi University. I had just moved to Delhi, did not possess a car and had lost the habit of travelling by autorickshaw. But it had been a while since I had heard Girija Devi live and, willy-nilly, found a way to attend the concert.
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Tell us how your mom prepared khichdi

Was it the basic dal and rice combination? Or did it include millets and vegetables? Six wonderful Khichdi recipes! We have all eaten khichdi during our growing up years. Made of rice, pulses and spices, it was the comfort food that our mothers would cook for us.  We still love to have it whenever we're reminded of our mother's cooking. However, the khichdi has come a long way! Almost every next Indian chef is twisting the simple dish, adding new flavours and turning it into ...
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'Britain created Pakistan'

'The creation of Pakistan was integral to Britain's grand strategy.''If they were to ever leave India, Britain's military planners had made it clear that they needed to retain a foothold in the NWFP and Baluchistan because that would provide the means to retain control of Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, the UAE, Bahrain and Qatar.'   IMAGE: Lord Louis Mountbatten, the viceroy of India and his wife Lady Edwina Mountbatten flank Muslim League leader Mohammad Ali Jinnah at the viceroy's house, now ...
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Can men have multiple orgasms?

Turns out, multiple orgasms aren't exclusive to women. According to Stu Nugent, resident sex expert at Lelo, men too can have multiple orgasms by working the right kind of muscles, the Daily Star Online reported. Nugent noted that there is only a small, lucky percentage of men who have very short refractory periods and are able to get an erection and ejaculate again within minutes of their first ejaculation. For the majority of men to have a multiple orgasm, they ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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