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Hear the Whistle Blow: The train with the shortest rail route in the country has a loyal following

With just three bogies and covering a distance of 13.68 km at a sluggish pace of 30 km an hour, the shuttle is more than a century old.

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Walk the line: In Rohtak, the streets are a hostile space for young women

The survival code includes not talking to young boys on the street, and an awareness that she has “to uphold the family pride” at all times.

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Lovers by the lake: Why Rih Dil is a must-visit for newlyweds from Mizoram

For many other newlyweds in eastern Mizoram, crossing the border into Myanmar and taking wedding photographs at the natural lake is one way to capture the most important day in their lives.

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Not Happening: The online world finds another way to exploit women’s privacy

  By Nishant Shah The last couple of weeks would have been bad for you, if you are a woman, online. While we already know that the internet is a hostile playground, we have been reminded yet again, and rather forcefully, that despite all our promises of equality and freedom, the internet is not a […]

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Kolkata-based multi-instrumentalist Tajdar Junaid on working with Iranian filmmaker Mohsen Makhmalbaf

Kolkata-based multi-instrumentalist Tajdar Junaid’s music will now be heard in Iranian filmmaker Mohsen Makhmalbaf’s latest offering.

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Prime Number: Women mathematicians speak about surviving in a man’s world

The mathematical tradition in India has been robust since the time of Aryabhata and contemporary women mathematicians occupy central positions in it.

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Rashid Jahan: A Spark That Lit the Fire

A biography brings to life the forgotten Progressive Urdu writer, Rashid Jahan, whose stories opened the doors to the zenana

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A Train Stops at Naharlagun

Days before the first passenger train to Arunachal Pradesh was suspended, we took a ride from Tezpur to naharlagun to find excitement and curiosity, and conflicted feelings about the railway line — and the outsiders it would bring.

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Down in jungleland: A Hiss in the Dark

We fear snakes, and yet worship them, defang them and even wear their skins.

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Why we Indians should just stop munching endlessely

Whether it’s at the movies, malls or airports, Indians love to eat out.

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Amsterdam: What’s picture perfect, and what’s not

From picturesque canals, contemporary dining to a bustling art scene, Amsterdam has something for everyone

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Food innovations that will surprise you

Indian chefs are taking something old and something borrowed to create something new.

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Care for a pair of eco-friendly jeans?

With designers experimenting with fabrics and brands toeing the eco-sensitive line, your favourite blue denims are set to get an organic makeover.

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Return of the Spice Girl

In her latest avatar as a politician, Rakhi Sawant jumps on the campaign wagon and promises swift action to those who care to listen to her.

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Nature, by the Glass

Take your children on wine tasting tours. Oenotourism is not only about the bubbly.

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