Whipping out the world on a platter
Multicuisine wizard Sajal Garg woos the taste buds of the crème de la crème of society and international clients with his UAE-based luxury catering firm Creative Cuisines Inc Dubai, which provides bespoke services and a smorgasbord of delights
Spreading love, joy and positivity through airwaves
A nurse by profession in Houston, USA, RJ Shiby is a radio personality with a difference. More than bringing fun, cheer and information to the Malayali diaspora, she spreads positivity and motivates countless individuals to tide over crisis through her FM channel Mallu Café Radio USA 99.5
Mapping the DNA of wellness
As the pandemic surges across countries claiming precious lives, the world is sitting up and taking notice of the prospects of wellness and healthy lifestyles. With the hospitality industry raring to make a comeback riding on the wings of Ayurveda, Bengaluru-based Malayali entrepreneur Gopinath Nair's latest venture AyurDNA is all set to be a bellwether of the wellness sector by incorporating all healing solutions on a single platform
Signs of farm 'revolution' as coronavirus brings about change
India is the world's biggest exporter of rice and the world's second-biggest producer after China
The celebrity lensman of celebs
While most shutterbugs click pictures, Reji Bhaskar sculpts each frame to perfection with his in-depth knowledge of aesthetics and anatomy making him the favourite photographer of tinsel town, the cream of the corporate world and ramp scorchers. What’s more, he is also a visiting faculty in four colleges and the judge of 35 stellar pageants
Little Miss Talent with a heart of gold
From walking the ramp and actively participating in charity events to clinching a prestigious international title in a pageant in the US, ten-yearold Cien Jacob – who is the pride of the Malayali diaspora in the UK – has stardust on each step she takes towards achieving greater heights
Illuminating the path to happiness 'n' prosperity
Being an NRI for half a century and achieving success is no mean feat. But what makes Malayali entrepreneur K V Shamsudheen stand out is the way in which he has transformed the lives of thousands of expatriates by bringing the gospel of financial discipline and wise investment to them
A Tooth Fairy On The Ramp
Meet orthodontist Dr Alina Thomas who mends smiles and sashays on the ramp with elan, proving that professional life and passion can be balanced effortlessly
Chatbots, Motorbikes: Southeast Asia HIV Centres Adapt To Coronavirus
Five days after a coronavirus lockdown was imposed in Manila, charity LoveYourself hired 20 former motorcycle taxi riders, gave them a crash course on HIV and sent them off to deliver life-saving medication after signing confidentiality agreements.
Coronavirus Cases Surge Among Factory Workers In Post-Lockdown India
When Bajirao Thengde voiced his fears about going to work after dozens of colleagues fell sick with coronavirus, his boss at a motorbike factory said he should "learn to live with the virus"
SANOJ MANNARAVELIL SAIFUDHEEN
Yogacharya & Director of Tamarind Villa, Varkala
JAZWIN JAAF: Public Figure & Purveyor of the Gentlemanly Lifestyle
“I transformed from Oh No to Oh Wow!”
HOPE Child Cancer Care Foundation
Where Hope, Help & Healing Meet
VINI V: FINGER PAINTING ARTIST EXTRAORDINAIRE
"The Colourful World Is On Her Fingertips''
Nuthan Manohar CEO & Founder, Me Met ME
“It was in my search of purpose that I realised wellbeing of another human being is of great importance to me.”
Fareen Arshad Director, GBM Consulting Ltd UK & Managing Director, Pratna Design Studio
“I am a strategist and enthusiast, constantly thrive to find perfection and new dimension. I live life to the fullest and enjoy every moment of it.”
ANURAG BHATIA: Founder & CEO, Minance Technologies Pvt Ltd
“Wealth management is like a family- Mom and Dad. Advice and Execution.”
ANN ISAAC: Founder & Chief Embryologist, Iris Fertility
For couples facing trouble conceiving, fertility treatments give them a chance to bring life into the world.
A Young, Professionally-trained Classical Dancer
India's Packed Trains Ready To Roll Again Despite Rising Coronavirus Cases
Tens of thousands of people have booked out seats on Indian trains that are due to restart after a near seven-week lockdown, raising concerns of spreading the coronavirus in the absence of social distancing.
Time wasted in defence of India's coronavirus medical staff - groups say
As the coronavirus spread across Asia in February, Indian manufacturers of personal protective equipment contacted the health ministry urging the government to stock up.
Indian doctors evicted over coronavirus transmission fears - medical body
Some doctors combatting India's coronavirus outbreak have been evicted from their homes by force, a medical association said, due to fears that they may be infected and spread the disease to neighbours.
India's migrant workers face long walk home amid coronavirus lockdown
After India imposed a 21- day nationwide lockdown to prevent the spread of coronavirus, the plywood factory near Uttar Pradesh's state capital Lucknow where Surendra Pandey works was forced to shut down.
India bans export of key malaria drug amid coronavirus outbreak
The Indian government said that it is banning the export of hydroxychloroquine and formulations made from the medication, as experts test the efficacy of the drug in helping treat patients infected with COVID-19.
Coronavirus Lockdown Hits Poor, Tests Modi's Support
Ravi Prasad Gupta, a worker at a pipe plant in the western Indian state of Gujarat, for years proudly supported Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his promise to usher in good days for millions of impoverished labourers.
India Curbs Diagnostic Testing Kit Exports As Virus Spreads
Restricting the export of most diagnostic testing kits, as coronavirus cases in the South Asian nation topped 3,350 despite a threeweek nationwide lockdown to slow the spread of the respiratory disease.
Coronavirus Cheat Sheet: Everything You Need To Know
Coronaviruses (CoV) are a family of viruses that cause illness as simple as the common cold to more severe diseases like MERS and SARS.
SAIJU KURUP THE MAN ON & OFF-CAMERA
Saiju Kurup has been a name that has been associated with most of the hit films of the last few years. Over the course of his 14-year career, with his debut playing the protagonist role in Mayookham to playing Johnny Peringodan in his latest super-hit Driving Licence- he has constantly proven his versatility, seemingly switching between genres with ease. There have been roles he has breathed life into- he believes that Trivandrum Lodge was that turning point in his career. His personification of Arakkal Abu in the Aadu movie series was when he, for the first time, felt magic on screen.
MARADU FLAT DEMOLITION - FROM DREAMS TO DUST
The dream of owning a waterfront apartment offering an incredible view of the Kochi backwaters, that feeling of finally accomplishing something so big- an incomparable feeling! But what happens when you see it all falling to dust- right in front of your eyes?
Take Five: The burning bush
A swathe of Australia the size of South Korea is being razed by fire.