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Sweet pea

An artist’s imagination knows no bounds, as embodied by ‘Princess Pea’, an artist who celebrates her alter ego instead of herself

Sweet pea

Ghost city

This comic takes readers on a tour of Kolkata’s most haunted places

Ghost city

Eat, play, love

Enterprising solutions to the weekend outing question in metros are here with events offering all-under-one-umbrella fiestas

Eat, play, love

Rare books on sale

For those with a passion for rare books, an online auction could be a literal treasure hunt

Rare books on sale

After words

Delhi tops Amazon’s ‘most well-read cities’ list; Amish Tripathi is most sought-after author

After words

Countdown to JLF

Big names, lively sessions announced for the festival’s 2016 edition, to be held from Jan 21-25

Jaipur Literature Festival News

Chillies and Porridge book review: Appetising fare

A collection of food writing that delights you in more ways than one

Chillies and Porridge book review: Appetising fare

Countdown to Jaipur Literature Festival

Issues like privacy, migration and navigating modernity to dominate the literary gathering coming January

Countdown to Jaipur Literature Festival

Beauty & the Beast and a bit of Broadway

Disney India’s timeless classic to be presented on the same scale as the mega-productions seen on New York’s Broadway

Beauty & the Beast and a bit of Broadway

For that warm, rustic feeling

Whenever you watch Jamie Oliver on television, merrily mixing up whatever ingredients are at hand to rustle up good, wholesome food, or traversing the countryside in a caravan truck, stopping at points to gather local produce

For that warm, rustic feeling

Comic relief

Since its launch in Delhi in 2011, more than 1.5 lakh enthusiasts have been part of Delhi Comic Con, a celebration of popular culture from around the world.

Comic relief

Cricket at grassroots

Rajasthan’s Saath:7 Cricket Mahotsav, a grassroots-level cricket tournament, is expected to attract 39,840 cricket enthusiasts

Cricket at grassroots

Smart photography

Ace photographer Raghu Rai releases a coffee-table book shot entirely on a smartphone

Smart photography

The magic of dum

Masterchef Gulam Qureshi of the iconic Dum Pukht restaurant retells the story of how dum biryani came into being

The magic of dum

Page-turningly good: A plane crash, a lone survivor. Who is it?

AT FIRST, it seems like an open and shut case. How difficult could it be to find out the identity of the sole survivor of an airplane crash?

Page-turningly good: A plane crash, a lone survivor. Who is it?

Kumaon Literary Festival commences its journey from Delhi

There’s another literary festival on the circuit: the Kumaon Literary Festival (KLF), to be held in the lap of the Himalayas from October 23-27, 2015.

Kumaon Literary Festival commences its journey from Delhi

India a serious market for Jamie Oliver

British chef-cum-restauranter Jamie Oliver is bringing his restaurants brands in India, starting with Jamie’s Italian and Jamie’s Pizzeria, both to be located in the National Capital Region (NCR).

India a serious market for Jamie Oliver

A class act

Indian theatre gets another welcome boost, as Aadyam, a corporate-backed initiative, tries to bring in fresh perspective to our understanding of watching a play

A class act