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Those cheeks that Laloo loves
The Bhagyalakshmi Butter and Gulkand Store sells the best rose-petal delicacy in town.
Making that difference
Anand Patwardhan believes that the documentary film is a record of subaltern voices drowned in societies that have turned unidimensional.
Chords & Notes
This week at Music World
On a culinary cruise
TO A discerning seafood aficionado, a drive to Aquamarine Deck is as good as the walk to his dining table. The seafood restaurant at Angsana Oasis Spa and Resort on Doddaballapur Road is unique, spreading good non-vegetarian fare with a ...
Where Warli and Chittara meet
CRAFT MELAS and craft stores are a dime a dozen, but there is one little store that is really different Kalamadhyam, a venture by Madhyam, an NGO. It displays handicrafts made by dalits and tribal people, the most suppressed sections of ...
Serving Bangalore Inc.
She gave up a management career and a stint in farming to start serving food for corporates. The figures are awesome 6,000 lunches and 1,000 dinners every day.
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