Chef Alfred Prasad, who takes charge of Oberoi Delhi’s new Indian restaurant, Omya, on reinventing Indian cuisine.
The text was apparently sent by mistake when an employee at Hawaii’s Emergency Management Agency pushed a wrong button during a shift handover.
Malini Agarwal on her latest book, being a design influencer, and the power of personality-led content
Padmavati CBFC nod: The filmmakers have also been asked to add a disclaimer stating that the film does not glorify the banned practice of Sati, and to make changes to Ghoomar song in keeping with the fact that Deepika Padukone plays a Rajput princess.
Globally, 2017 was a year of anxieties online; perhaps that’s why searchers everywhere wanted a ‘fidget spinner’ toy or just an answer to a seemingly childish question — ‘How to make slime’.
In the US, “#MeToo” came as the tipping point after a series of events roiled public culture over gender dignity.
Jerusalem is in ways emblematic of the Israel-Palestine conflict itself. At its heart lies the tussle over who gets to control the ancient city that is sacred to Jews, Muslims and Christians.
On December 4, Ali Abdullah Saleh, former President of Yemen, was killed on a roadside in Sanaa, the capital. What does the killing mean for Yemen and the bigger powers — Iran, Saudi Arabia, the US — engaged in a deadly battle there?
On Wednesday, US President Donald Trump re-tweeted three videos put out by Jayda Fransen, deputy leader of Britain First, a British far-right group.
‘Complicit’ has become ‘word of the year’ after it topped the online search site Dictionary.com’s most searched-for list. Why has 2017 been so full of curiosity about being ‘complicit’?
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's anticipated fourth term has begun with a serious political challenge.
About Tishani Doshi's new book Girls Are Coming Out Of The Woods which talks about protests in a post-Harvey Weinstein age, on why sexism prevails in art, and a poem called Padmavati
The battle lines are clear: the game is between Iran on the one hand, and Saudi Arabia, the United States, France and their allies on the other. Iran has received support from Russia, notably in the Syrian context.
At the end of claims and counterclaims over the origin of the rosogolla, West Bengal has gained a GI tag for its variant.
"Sharif’s party has been seriously damaged, politically and morally but, under the constitution, it has the right to nominate a new PM and to complete its tenure until the next election. There is zero chance of an army take-over in Pakistan. The Panama Papers case now has global implications for all those who were in power and abused it for personal gain."
A human shield in Kashmir received voluble support. A slain soldier did not
Amit Chaudhuri talks to The Indian Express about Bombay, intolerance and how his latest book, Friend of My Youth, explores the city through changing times.
Because in new India, you cannot have your communal canape and eat it too
Writer Amish Tripathi on his new book featuring Sita as a warrior, Hindutva, elitism and plastic surgery in ancient India.
How Hollywood anticipated the diverse kinds of aggression that are currently playing out in the United States
It’s a festival associated with one community but Holi and its cuisine were once owned and embraced by all.
“Our composition here is spontaneous,” says Kursh,“ but our foreign ministry pushes gender equality.
"There’s no doubt the Trump administration will present us with strong challenges. It’s still too early to say exactly what these will be," said Christian Leffler.
"We are watching India closely to see if we can learn something from this process."
Donald Trump’s triumph should make America finally face a few home truths.