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Indra Nooyi Opens Up About Her Family, Career And Her Thoughts On Leadership
The release of her memoir allows us to dive into what has been an extraordinary life. In a candid, deeply-engaging conversation, and through various personal anecdotes, Indra Nooyi opens up about the subjects in her book – her family, career and her thoughts on leadership.
Helping Your Pets Find Peace At Diwali
Make this a safe and anxiety-free festival for your pets.
Comfort Is The New Couture
If trends are made by tapping into the zeitgeist, what does that mean for fashion when all we wore for months was loungewear?
How To Festival-Proof Your Love!
We're asking couples to take it easy this holiday season.
MARRIED TO THE MOVIES
Filmmaker couple GITA PULLAPILLY and ARON GAUDET first wowed audiences and critics alike in 2009 with a feature documentary that won 18 festival awards around the world. Known for their intimate and authentic storytelling, they've worked on diverse genres, shedding light on key social issues and helping change perspectives. Kalwyna Rathod speaks to the duo on filmmaking, being a team, and more
All you need to know about the semi-permanent makeup that is trending in the beauty world.
From couture week to year-end comebacks, hair and makeup trends circle back in the last three months of the year to end it all with a bang, says Sukriti Shahi
WHEN THE CAGED BIRD SINGS
She left home to find the freedom to live the way she wanted to - dressing up like a beautiful woman - rather than feel suffocated in the male body she was born with. Transgender activist GAURI SAWANT tells Shraddha Kamdar her story
WONHO AND THE INFINITE BLUE
BLUE LETTER IS THE LATEST ALBUM MANIFESTING FROM THE HEART OF WONHO. THE RENOWNED SOUTH KOREAN ARTISTE SAT DOWN FOR AN INTIMATE INTERVIEW, SPEAKING OF HIS LOVE FOR MUSIC AND HIS FANS, AND HOW HE TRANSLATES THOSE EMOTIONS INTO THE MELODY OF HIS LIFE.
FAST & FESTIVE
Who says celebratory food needs to be elaborate and time consuming? Balance out traditional indulgences with these interesting, jhatpat recipes from Chetna's 30-Minute Indian
It's Festival Time In India!
The richness of a culture is often reflected in its festivals, and that stands true in india, the land of festivals. Many of its celebrations go unnoticed under the all-encompassing blanket of popular events, such as holi and diwali. Here are 10 unique gems that guarantee a mesmerising experience.
Outstation students hope for campus life soon
BETTER IN PERSON
Rising cases in Bengal, Assam, hint at post-festive Covid spike
Himachal Also Records A Spurt In Count
2mn hectares of tree cover lost in 20 years in India, 3/4th of it in NE
India lost almost 2 million hectares (Mha) of tree cover between 2001 and 2020, a decrease of nearly 5% since 2000, according to a study of satellite images conducted by researchers at University of Maryland.
Keeper of the Faith
CM CONFIDENTIAL: The politics of population & polarisation
Divya Khosla Kumar stuns in a Mekhela Chador by designer Sanjukta Dutta
Designer Sanjukta Dutta, who is known for designing beautifulMekhela Chador and bringing the silk of Assam in the spotlight, showcased her new collection Chiki-Miki at the Lakmé Fashion Week held in Mumbai.
बेदखली की सियासत
असम की भाजपा के नेतृत्व वाली सरकार, भूमि अतिक्रमण की समस्या को युद्धस्तर पर निपटाने की कोशिश कर रही है, लेकिन भूमि सुधारों और पुनर्वास योजनाओं के अभाव में अतिक्रमण हटाने के ये अभियान राजनीति से प्रेरित कार्य बन गए हैं
Twice the area of Goa under encroachment in Assam
In 2017, Govt Put Area At 6,652 Sq Km
युद्ध या शांति?
असम सरकार ने 11 सितंबर को सशस्त्र बल (विशेषाधिकार) अधिनियम, (एएफएसपीए), 1958 के तहत राज्य के अशांत क्षेत्र के दर्जे को फिर से अगले छह महीने के लिए विस्तार दे दिया है. राज्य सरकार ने इस विस्तार के पीछे की वजह को अभी तक नहीं बताया है. वहीं, इस कदम को ऐसे समय में उठाया गया है जब केंद्र और राज्य सरकार, दोनों की अगुआई भारतीय जनता पार्टी (भाजपा) कर रही है, और जिसका लगातार यह दावा रहा है कि पूर्वोत्तर के इस राज्य में अब शांति वापस आ गई है.
War Or Peace?
On September 11, the Assam government extended the ‘disturbed area’ status of the state by another six months under AFSPA or the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, 1958. While the state government is yet to give a reason for the extension, the move has come at a time when the central and state governments, both led by the BJP, have been making regular claims that peace has returned to the northeastern state.