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How Kejriwal rode the anti-Modi vote

'Kejriwal has taken a leaf out of Modi's campaign of 2014 and improved upon it.' 'That suit will haunt Modi till he exits politics.' 'Of all the factors that favoured Kejriwal, the biggest was the......

Why Mumbai visarjans are so orderly

Mumbai Ganpati visarjans take place with military precision. Thousands and thousands of Ganpatis are immersed across 11 days (catch our coverage here) with hardly an incident. And minimum traffic......

Army on stand-by in Assam's Baksa, bodies of all four kidnapped found

Bodies of three more persons kidnapped by suspected National Democratic Front of Bodoland- Songbijit militants were recovered from Beki River in Assam's Baksa district on Sunday even as the police......

Four kidnapped in Assam; indefinite curfew imposed

Four persons, including two boys, were allegedly kidnapped by suspected National Democratic Front of Bodoland-Songbijit’s faction of insurgents in Assam’s Baksa district, following......

R-Day special: Ramchandra Guha on Indian democracy

When the country's most admired politicians in recent times, Nitish Kumar, spoke about his decisive victory in the Bihar polls in November 2010, the one person he made special reference to was......

Why BMW Mini's popularity is on the rise in India

While its erstwhile competition mulls a comeback, BMW’s car is going strong in the Indian market Image: BMW Mini. Photograph: Rajesh Karkera/Rediff.com For those in need of a car that would......

What makes Big B the Shahenshah of brands

While Hindi movies got their next change in theme -- from romantic movies to crime and thrillers -- with Zanjeer (1973), when Bachchan distilled the angst of his generation as the Angry Young Man,......

Parle Agro re-enters cola market after 20 years with Cafe Cuba

Two decades after it hived off its carbonated soft drinks portfolio, Parle Agro today announced its re-entry into the Rs 15,000-crore (Rs 150-billion) cola market early next year with the launch......

Why do hotels fear a dent on margins

Even as a security clearance for the Aerocity project here would help turn the capital into a hub for transit travellers, the hospitality industry fears aggressive competition, with the addition of......

In war of germs, Dettol and Lifebuoy enter round two

The advertisement war between Reckitt Benckiser  and Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL) continues unabated. After Reckitt had compared its Dettol Kitchen Cleaning Gel with HUL’s Vim a......

It has been a good year for Bollywood. Could it get better?

Business is better than usual in Bollywood. It is 7:45 on a Wednesday evening. In its third week, Zoya Akhtar's Dil Dhadakne Do, the story of a rich Punjabi family's journey of self-discovery,......

Review: Ongole Githa is a lacklustre effort

Radhika Rajamani says Ongole Githa is pretty boring to watch despite the good performances by the lead cast. Director Bhaskar perhaps wanted to explore slightly different terrain from what......

Fifty shades of Anurag Kashyap

Sustained exposure to global cinema helps the extraordinarily successful director push the envelope in a conservative Indian film industry.It is 3pm on a Sunday afternoon when I walk into The......

It is film festival time in Bangalore

Bangalore is preparing to host the fourth edition of the Bengaluru International Film Festival (BIFFES) from December 15 to22. 175 films from 40 countries will be shown across nine screens in the......

How I Won the War gets new life

Viewers back in the late 1960s might have had some reasons not to appreciate the brilliant farce How I Won the War. Though it was released at the time of the phenomenal success of the Beatles, it......

Images: Hat-trick man Malinga destroys Kenya with yorkers

Pacer Lasith Malinga made a grand entry into the World Cup by notching up an unprecedented second hat-trick in the mega event as Sri Lanka crushed minnows Kenya by nine wickets in a group A match,......

Federer acknowledges new coach's contribution for return to form

Even Roger Federer can suffer a crisis of confidence and the Swiss was quick to thank his new coach for restoring his after capping a vintage week at the ATP World Tour Finals on Sunday. The......

Test call is reward for Unadkat's net gains

Haresh Pandya traces the meteoric rise of 18-year-old Jaydev Unadkat, who finds himself in the Indian Test squad for the second Test against Australia despite not playing a single Ranji Trophy......

Images: Uruguay superior in all departments

South Africa's World Cup hopes were left in tatters by a superior Uruguay side on Wednesday, who outwitted, out muscled and outpaced the home team. Although Uruguay clinched their 3-0 win with a......

Dungarpur, the man who introduced Tendulkar to the world

Former Board of Control for Cricket in India president Raj Singh Dungarpur, who died in Mumbai on Saturday at the age of 73 after protracted illness, will be remembered in the history of Indian......
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Looks good, tastes better...

An indispensable ingredient of bharta, ratatouille and baba ghanoush, the brinjal is far from being just a humble veggie on the supermarket shelf.... ...

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Chef Ritu Dalmia's gift to all vegetarians

Book Review: Diva Green: A Vegetarian Cookbook Author: Ritu Dalmia, (Photographs by Anshika Varma) Publisher: Hachette India Pages: 244 She is... ...

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How these Mumbai chefs source rare ingredients for their cuisines

Gitika's PakGhor Fiddlehead ferns Cuisine: Axomiya (Assamese) In stock: Red ant eggs, silkworm pupae, pigeon meat, goose meat, bamboo... ...

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Keeping the buzz at bay

Mosquitoes are annoying. Plain and simple. They are noisy, impolite, gluttonous, and quite frankly, outright rude, because they never ask before... ...

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Her teas accompanied Shahid Kapoor's wedding invitation

Until a few days ago, she had no idea whom they were intended for. "I was shocked when I learned," says tea sommelier Anamika Singh. Anamika... ...

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