A religious structure at the heart of a conflict seems a bit too familiar. But for a globetrotting artist, it is a universal issue, mirroring conflict globally. Sadly, art only offers a message, and no resolution
Drawing from his travels in the past 20 years, global investor and author Ruchir Sharma, in his new book, Democracy on The Road, forecasts the Lok Sabha election of 2019 to be an unpredictable, super-competitive one.
The Postcard, as a brand, is more than just a chain of small hotels. It is a movement to bring back the old way to holiday, where you awaken to a new way of seeing with gimmick-free holidays that are effortlessly merged with
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Taking food to another level with virtual reality and augmented reality, one of the most innovative and exciting chefs in the world today, Shaun Quade from Lûmé in Melbourne, talks about why food should be fun.