Isha Arora

Articles By Isha Arora

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Boxout.fm: Know how this online community radio platform helping musicians in India

At a time when there is surplus musical content jostling for space on platforms like YouTube, SoundCloud, Spotify, etc, an online community radio platform with curated content comes as a breath of fresh air

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How personal hygiene in the country is undergoing a transformation

From stand-and-pee products for women to anti-chafing creams and lotions for men, a wide variety of intimate-care products have expanded the hygiene market in India multifold. As the world celebrates World Health Day today, w

Bridging the gap: Apps that are bringing voters closer to their leaders

A tech-driven election: From providing information about the upcoming Lok Sabha polls to assisting voters in making an informed choice, there are apps and web-based platforms that are bringing voters closer to their leaders

How retailers are cashing in on election merchandise

From saris, jackets, handbags and T-shirts to scarfs, hoodies, masks and balloons, election merchandise has found its way to shops across India ahead of the all-important Lok Sabha polls this year. And cashing in on the frenz

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A rap for change: Gully Boy raked in the moolah, but Indian rappers, hip-hop artistes still striving for recognition

While Bollywood’s first-ever offering on the burgeoning Indian hip-hop culture, Gully Boy, has successfully raked in the moolah, rappers and hip-hop artistes in the country still strive to be recognised by the Indian music

Women at work: 5 inspiring stories of achievers who tasted success despite all odds

At a time when India is battling its worst employment woes, it is heartening to see women taking up roles and jobs in the informal sector that society considers fit only for men.

A slice of Sicily: This masterchef shows how ingredients can be celebrated in the era of complex fusion food

People think that the cuisine and way of cooking are the same throughout the country when, in fact, in the whole of Italy, there are many differences in the style of cooking, recipes and ingredients,” D’Angelo noted.

Exotic Peruvian spirit pisco is slowly gaining prominence

The clear, aromatic spirit traces its origins to the province that bears the same name, which lies on the shores of the Pacific Ocean, 143 miles south of Peru's capital Lima.

india, peru, spain

We aim to dominate the fashion jewellery market in India: Aymeric Lacroix of Swarovski

Swarovski has enjoyed phenomenal recognition and strong consumer acceptance in the jewellery segment since our arrival in India in 2003.

Local tastes can’t be ignored, says Michelin-star chef Andrew Wong

Michelin-star chef Andrew Wong keeps Indian tastes in mind at Baoshuan, while keeping the authenticity of Chinese cuisine intact.

The Fast Lane: How intermittent fasting is slowly becoming new wellness rage

Move over Atkins, keto and paleo. Intermittent fasting, which has long been practised in India and was devised as a way to cleanse the body, is slowly becoming the new wellness rage, with nutritionists and dietitians swearing

fasting, fast lane

Say not to food dumping! A look at the organisations working to ensure zero food wastage in India

In a country where around 196 million people remain undernourished, the issue of food wastage is a grave one. But there is hope in the form of a few startups and organisations that are working towards ensuring a ‘no-food-wa

undernourishment, food wastage, poverty, no-food-waste, NGO

Tasting India Symposium: An attempt to promote sustainable consumption and production of food

There has been a substantial rise in the number of farm protests in the country in the last couple of months. Scores of farmers have hit the road demanding fair price of their produce and freedom from mounting debt and povert

food, agriculture

Hockey World Cup gives new hopes to Bhubaneshwar – know what Odisha capital is doing to attract tourism

While the tournament will be over soon, Odisha’s capital is working hard to make the city a tourist magnet with improved infrastructure and amenities

How Hockey World Cup rejuvenated Bhubaneshwar’s cultural fest

The dot fest as it is called is on till December 16 and has a segment showcasing the city’s rich storytelling heritage.

A green union: Couples paving way for green weddings

Flamboyant and ostentatious weddings are slowly being given a passover by young couples in favour of green weddings. From opting for natural decor and biodegradable cutlery to sending e-invites and giving seeds as return gift

The heat is for real! From health to wealth – here’s how air pollution affecting common men’s life

The phenomenon of rising temperatures as a result of climate change is not stuff of documentaries or resolutions any more. The common man is already feeling the heat of the change, be it in health, food security, water resour

New generation doesn’t bother much about traditional recipes; here’s why & how old delicacies should be preserved

In this age of convenience and fusion food, time-consuming traditional recipes seem to be slowly losing their appeal.

food sector, food industry

Pizza delight: Uno Chicago Bar & Grill brings its deep-dish pizza to India

Indians craving some authentic deep-dish pizzas have reason to celebrate now as the iconic Uno Chicago Bar & Grill has set foot in the Indian market.

pizza, food sector, food industry

Changing face of Diwali: Less crackers, lesser sweets – how the mega Indian festival is changing

From healthier indulgences and green crackers to innovative lights and a surge in vacations, the festivities have undergone a quiet metamorphosis over the years.

The Beauty of All My Days: Ruskin Bond’s memoir is a beautiful amalgamation

With this book, Bond also debunks the myth that memory begins to fail one with advancing age, as he presents in vivid detail every life-altering experience he has had.

World Heritage Cuisine Summit and Food Festival 2018: Cultures, delicacies brought together from across the world

Cultures from around the world converged on a plate at the recently-concluded World Heritage Cuisine Summit and Food Festival 2018 in Amritsar.

food, food sector

Call of Beauty: Cosmetic market is getting a makeover – know about brands bringing revolution in your vanity case

Indian consumers no longer need to look at foreign cosmetic brands, as a slew of Indian companies are changing the rules of the game with their unique and innovative offerings. From crowdsourced products, customised offerings

vanity, cosmetic market
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