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Snubbed by Mamata, Centre recalls Bengal Chief Secy

Even as Bengal Chief Minister made a hurricane visit to Kalaikunda airbase where she met…

 

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Public Notice

Public Notice

OPINION

No child’s play

No child’s play

Saturday, 29 May 2021
Regional cooperation

Regional cooperation

Saturday, 29 May 2021
Ctrl+Delete?

Ctrl+Delete?

Friday, 28 May 2021

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ENTERTAINMENT

Kunal Kemmu is an Insta poet!

Kunal Kemmu is an Insta poet!

Friday, 28 May 2021

Actor Kunal Kemmu revealed his poetic side on social media on Friday, penning random thoughts about the pandemic and the recent spate of cyclones in rhyme. “Troubled are the times like rough weather at sea But happiness will begin with you and me The times may be tough and smiles may be few We…

 

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AGENDA

Why aren’t they Listening?

Why aren’t they Listening?

Sunday, 23 May 2021

Pandemic is a complex problem with simple solutions — wearing a mask, maintaining social distance and getting vaccinated. The reality, however, is that people are…

 

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FEATURES

Searching for the elusive

Searching for the elusive

Saturday, 29 May 2021

Love can be many things — sometimes intimidating, frustrating, and often exhilarating. From ghosting, polyamory, love in the times of social media to dealing with…

 

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COVID-19 claims 159 more lives in UP, tally of cases rises by 2,402

COVID-19 claims 159 more lives in UP, tally of cases rises by 2,402

Friday, 28 May 2021 | PTI | Lucknow

The COVID-19 death toll in Uttar Pradesh crossed 20,000 on Friday with 159 more people succumbing to the disease in a day, while the infection tally reached 16,86,138 with 2,402 new cases, officials said on Friday. The recovery rate in the state is now stood at 95.7 per cent, while there are 52,244 active cases, which include 38,055 patients who are in home isolation, Additional Chief Secretary (Health) Amit Mohan Prasad said. The number of active cases…

 

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EXOTICA

April proved to be a cruel month where the loss of life and illness were rampant while health facilities, medicines and oxygen proved to be grossly inadequate. But the glimmer of hope came from ordinary people, unknown strangers, who have been extending a helping hand to ensure each life counts.
In times of such gloom, our celebrity interview, tenor Andrea Bocelli’s elevating voice can uplift flagging spirits even when you cannot understand the Italian in which he sings. While travel is shut for quite some time to come, our writers had taken advantage of the window that the dip in the Corona cases had given to venture to Lo Manthang in Nepal, a place so isolated that it is yet to make its way to Google Maps. And at the other end, there is a piece on Bhangarh in Rajasthan, which has the distinction of being the most haunted place in the country. Of course, before we knew what a pandemic could do, one of our travellers had walked along the beach in Sydney to discover Bollywood landmarks, which has finally made its way to the edition.
Venturing out for an iftaar or sehri walk, a favourite pastime of all faiths that are united by the love of good food, is certainly foolhardy at present. So, our chefs give you the recipes to devour Ramzan delicacies at home. 
All this and more in the May issue of Exotica.

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