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Delhi Age

The sun smiled, the clouds drifted, and the occasional rain invigorated everybody. (Photo: AP)

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Living in toxicity

When the going gets tough, even the tough stay indoors.

Bavarian dome of exotic fruits

Food

From baguettes to naan

Michelin Star chef Stéphane Gaborieau talks about preserving culinary tradition, and his fascination with the tandoor.

Bollywood

The dark side of history

Aamir Khan’s Lal Singh Chadha will dive into controversial Indian history, including the Babri Masjid demolition.

Cricket

Ravi Shastri stumped? Not really

The incident took place during the 2nd innings of the third day’s play, when South Africa was batting.

Bollywood

No War without Tiger

“Unless Tiger’s character is resurrected, he can’t feature in the sequel,” shares an industry source.

Bollywood

501 films for Anupam Kher

The chef himself was involved in helping Kher absorb the details of the incident and his own personality.

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This teen means business

You may be schooling and figuring out everything, and then there’s Mauraya — he does it all, makes films and bags awards!

Bollywood

Gangubai’s music different: SLB

This hints at a trend of film directors serving as their own music providers, the prime example of this being Satyajit Ray.

Bollywood

‘Not easy to make comedy film’

Housefull 4 is an out and out comedy film based on reincarnation, spanning a period of 600 years.

Bollywood

Alia-Ranbir’s wedding rumours fake

To shut the rumourmongers and bring some relief to the fans — the invitation is fake and there is no wedding in January.

Fashion

’Tis the Season of joy!

Get creative this festive season by styling your outfits a little differently to make you stand out amongst a crowd!

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Around India in 18 days

Filmmaker and entrepreneur Shailendra Singh aims to spread the message of harmony and unity through his ‘One India My India’ rally.

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Growing the fruits of her labour

A couple of years ago, Purnima had decided to settle down in her two-acre farmhouse that’s tucked away from the city’s traffic snarls and pollution.

Autos

Wake up and ride the S-Presso

At the rear, the tail-lamps are C-shaped and the faux aluminium skid plates for the front and rear make its SUV styling complete.

Travel

The VI explorers

It is quite revelatory to realise how holidaying is so different for those who can’t properly see.