From a man jailed for 46 days under Section 377 to an IIT graduate who almost left the country, from an activist who began decades ago to the first transgender to register her marriage — the petitioners and their counsel who scripted history.
For those who, as children, dozed off with a Manga book clutched in their hands, a visit to the four-month-old You Mee in Greater Kailash II might be imperative, as the restaurant pegs itself as one inspired by the Japanese comics.
Hotelier Keshav Suri and restaurateur Ritu Dalmia were among those who filed petitions, in recent years, to strike down IPC Sec 377 in the Supreme Court. In this pride month, Suri and Dalmia talk about the pitfalls of homophobia and championing the cause from positions of privilege.
Though indigenous flowers have been used extensively in regional Indian cuisines — both for their time-honoured therapeutic properties as well as taste — they, for long, have been conspicuous by their absence on the urban plate.
The fine, minimal cuisine of Daniel Humm — co-owner of the world’s “best” restaurant. His New York-based Michelin three-starred, Eleven Madison Park (EMP) clinched the top spot on the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list last year.