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This summer the city has a lot to offer children and young parents looking for a break from the heat and monotony of summer holidays
by Ranjani Rajendra
Posted on:17 Apr 2015 at 3:29pm
Story of changing Hyderabad
The play ‘Spaces’ will be staged today on the occasion of World Heritage Day
by Neeraja Murthy
Posted on:17 Apr 2015 at 3:17pm
Chennai’s best kept secrets
As MetroPlus Melange turns one on April 18, we take a break from all things luxe and hit the streets in search of food that brings us joy
by Team Metroplus
Posted on:17 Apr 2015 at 3:31pm
Being two worlds apart
I’m nearing 30 and I’m not married yet, but it’s not for lack of trying. There’s only one little hitch: the man I want to marry doesn’t want to marry me.I’m a single child, pampered by my pa...
Posted on:17 Apr 2015 at 2:25pm
When Madras froze over
Our city has only three seasons — hot, hotter and hell. Given this, would people believe me if I said that the temperature once dipped below freezing in our city, and that too, in the sweltering mo...
by Sriram v.
Posted on:17 Apr 2015 at 2:24pm
A crumb of comfort
Geeta Doctor takes a bite out of how much biscuits have evolved over the years in the country
by Geeta Doctor
Posted on:17 Apr 2015 at 2:23pm
Ensuring our (online) safety in numbers
In an episode of This American Life podcast titled, “If you don’t have something nice to say, say it in ALL CAPS,” the issue of online trolling takes a new, vicious turn. While this may seem...
by Sruthi radhakrishnan
Posted on:17 Apr 2015 at 2:19pm
The Great Indian Railway feast
Food and fitness are two major obsessions of the 21st Century Indian, and contrary to what they may seem, the two are no longer mutually exclusive but often go hand in hand. Today, much of our food...
by Bishwanath ghosh
Posted on:17 Apr 2015 at 2:18pm
Can’t rain on my style
Confused by the bright sunshine and sudden showers? Here are a few style tips
by NEETI SARKAR
Posted on:17 Apr 2015 at 2:12pm
Shop but don’t drop!
A good number of us adore shopping, and then there are those who consider it a necessary evil. Whatever category you fall into, shopping can turn into a dreary chore if not approached properly. The...
by Zara Khan
Posted on:17 Apr 2015 at 2:10pm
Waking up Frank Worrell
M.S. Padmanabhan on his time with the West Indian cricketing great
by M. S. Padmanabhan
Posted on:17 Apr 2015 at 2:01pm
The world in your backyard
Quite often we travel half way around the world only to discover later that a similar experience exists right here in our backyard, in India. This is evidence that there are parts of the country that are not yet on the radar of seasoned travellers. Part exotic and part magnificent, each of these destinations might well remind you of that dream holiday you took at a completely different part of the world, thereby justifying the ‘Incredible India’ moniker. Eight places in India that could look like another place in the world:
by Ashwin Rajagopalan
Posted on:17 Apr 2015 at 3:33pm
Wings to words
Sowmya Rajendran on decoding gender issues for children and her latest book Big Hero Size Zero that will be launched today
by Akila Kannadasan
Posted on:17 Apr 2015 at 1:59pm
Dinner with the knights
Vijaya Pratap travels to the Malbork Castle and is amused by its imposing tower and a lavish meal that’s served in the most unlikeliest of places
by Vijaya Pratap
Posted on:17 Apr 2015 at 1:57pm
Sare(e) jahan se accha
A well-meaning friend and fellow contributor to the paper, Shanthini Rajkumar, has roped me into the #100sareepact. The idea is to wear at least 100 saris in a year. Many of my friends know how to...
by Dr. Srividya Sivakumar
Posted on:17 Apr 2015 at 1:56pm
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