“We have touched the hearts of the consumer”

“We have touched the hearts of the consumer”

By Nidhi Kumari The hassle of cooking in the demanding and busy lives we are engaged with often lead us to eating unhealthy junk food items or skipping the meal altogether. While you had been missing your ‘ghar ka khana’ in ‘pardes’ Shana Foods came to your rescue.  They assert serving the ‘First South Asian […]

Enjoy your glass of chhang at Mechukha

Enjoy your glass of chhang at Mechukha

By Bappaditya Chatterjee  Mechukha, (Arunachal Pradesh) If you are planning a trip to this remote valley in the northeastern state of Arunachal Pradesh, rest assured you will be welcomed with a glass of chhang, a pungent home-brewed local beer made from millet or rice. Welcoming a guest with chhang is a traditional common trait among […]

Love lessons from the great philosophers

Love lessons from the great philosophers

By Vikas Datta Title: Love Voltaire Us Apart – A Philosopher’s Guide to Relationships; Author: Julia Edelman (illustrated by Hallie Bateman); Publisher: Icon Books; Pages: 155. It is inexplicable, irresistible, makes the world go around, but its course may never run smooth. Falling in love with someone, somewhere, sometime is inevitable and so is some […]

Book Launch : BATTLE FOR SKEPTRON: The First Uncovering

Book Launch : BATTLE FOR SKEPTRON: The First Uncovering

Packed with high adventure, intrigue and speculation, the Battle for Skeptron: The First Uncovering is the first book in the eye-opening fantasy/sci-fi trilogy by Australian writing sensation and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu National Champion, R.D. Gennari. In the Battle of Skeptron we meet Areus, a young and content wrestler of Torian race, who faces a perilous quest […]

IB vs. HSC: Which pathway is the best for you?

At the start of a new school year, thousands of year 11 students across Australia will have to make a choice about which school-leaving pathway to take; the world-renowned International Baccalaureate or the local HSC? Both courses qualify students to graduate high school, yet each in very different ways. The International Baccalaureate (IB) was founded […]

Grinding masala using mortar-pestle top Indian kitchen hack: Oz ‘Spice Queen’ Christine Manfield

Grinding masala using mortar-pestle top Indian kitchen hack: Oz ‘Spice Queen’ Christine Manfield

By Sahana Ghosh Kolkata An inveterate traveller, acclaimed Australian chef Christine Manfield is known for her love of Indian spices. Tracing the country’s culinary traditions through her books, the celebrated travel and food writer lists the humble flat mortar and pestle (silbatta in Hindi) as one of her favourite kitchen hacks and swears by the […]

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