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Pack in some lemony punch


From refreshing summer drinks to vinaigrettes to yummy desserts, the ellipsoidal yellow fruit — lemon accounts as an important ingredient for various kinds of summer recipes. We pick up some of them.

Teen writer makes an arty debut


It was a proud moment for art curator Payal Kapoor, when her 16-year-old daughter Arushi recently released her coffee table book Talking Art that features interviews of 16 leading contemporary artists

Relics of nostalgia


Her indefatigable hunger to collect antiquarian books and maps from 1800’s and 1900’s, postcards, wooden letterpress drawers, vintage radios and compasses among others are the source of inspiration fo

We the people, then & now

Lalu Ram, Gujjar, by Sandeep Biswas

The changing faces of multi-cultural India have been captured in the exhibition “Re-imaging: The People of India” that juxtaposes the works of colonial era photographers and modern day lensmen. Photographs taken in the 1850’s and 1860’s share the wall with images taken in the last few months by four contemporary Indian photographers.

Bands create musical riot

All-girl band The Vinyl Records is known  for fusing Indie and post punk with a dash of glam

Young and talented Indie musicians can win it all at the month-long Delhi Indie Night’s “Battle of the Bands” competition — an hour slot on a reputed radio channel, a music video, spa treatment for the whole band, a free trip to Sirohi and a crate of beer.

Ready to reveal her dark side

Juhi in Bhairavi Jaikishan’s lehenga-choli at IIJW

The bubbly actress still continues to win many hearts with her down-to-earth attitude and effervescent smile. We recently caught up with Bollywood actress Juhi Chawla who talked about her favourite jewellery designs, her love for the capital and her upcoming films.

A salute to a century of Indian cinema


Prominent personalities from the film fraternity were among those honoured as ‘People of the Year 2013’ at an event held recently at the FICCI auditorium in the capital.

New daredevil on the block


He was four years old when he started playing cricket with his colony kids. By the age of seven, he was breaking many windowpanes. Then his neighbours urged his parents to send the young and talented Unmukt Chand to an academy where he could hone his talent.

The biking brotherhood


From Kanyakumari to Leh, Arunachal Pradesh to the national capital, the biking culture is growing in India.

Reviving the theatre of valley


The ancient tradition of Bhand Pather, a folk performance genre from Kashmir, is trying to find a slot in mainstream theatre, taking up new themes and adopting the repertory style of rendition.

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I want to begin with a little story that was told to me by a leading executive at Aptech. He was exercising in a gym with a lot of younger people.

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