Food
Rakesh with mother Rama Raghunathan

Rakesh Raghunathan's new cooking show featuring his mother as co-host promises plenty of delicious nostalgia

Ammavum Naanum will be available on his Youtube channel, it kicks off a day before Diwali

Zomato suspends Infinity Dining

Zomato suspends contentious Infinity Dining from app amid battle with restaurants

Food delivery platform Zomato has suspended the contentious Infinity Dining programme from its app, amidst a battle with restaurants over what they alleged was “deep and unsustainable” discounting.

Spice Carnival by The Hillcart Tales

Check out the five new flavours of tea by The Hillcart Tales

Enjoy monsoon with these five blends by The Hillcart Tales

Recipe
Brazilian Chicken Pie

Brazilian chicken pie for supper?

Chef Vinoth Kumar of The Raintree, Anna Salai breaks down a classic Brazilian Chicken Pie for us, ahead of the hotel's Brazilian festival

Biryani

Bakrid biryani recipes: from Hyderabad's Kache Ghost ki Biryani to the Chettinad variant

A compendium of all the best biryani recipes from across the country

Bombay Sapphire Cocktails

Bombay Sapphire cocktail recipes: Star of Bombay 75, Negroni and the perfect gin & tonic

From classic gin cocktails to popular gin mixers, Bombay Sapphire gives the perfect drink for every taste. 

Society
Caroline Miguel

L'Oréal India's queen of hair artistry Caroline Miguel heads to Chennai, we check out her 'mane' list! 

The Mumbai-based artistic consultant for the brand in India talks about her must-have hair tools and products and creating your own trend

Payal Jangid at the Goalkeepers Global Goals Awards in New York (Photo: IANS)

Payal Jangid, 17-year-old activist from Rajasthan, is first Indian to win Changemaker Award

Rajasthan-based activist Payal Jangid, 17, has been honoured with the prestigious Changemaker Award by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation at the Goalkeepers Global Goals Awards in New York.

Cosplayers at Comic Con 2019

From cosplay to book launches, here’s everything you need to know about Comic Con Hyderabad

Since its establishment in 2010 (2012 in Hyderabad), Comic Con India has grown to become the predominant pop culture convention, attracting a huge number of fans every year.

Travel
A view of Hampi (Illustration by Jaideep Sen)

Reversing the tide: How soon will the heritage sites at Hampi regain a sense of their former glory?

Even as the floodwaters at Hampi have been receding to normal levels, oldtimers are certain that the heritage site will quickly regain a sense of its former glory.

Wat Tang Sai Buddhist temple (AP Photo/Nicole Evatt)

Backpacker's guide: The Thai road less travelled, weekend getaways to beat the crowds

For a Thai road less travelled, try one of these getaways outside Bangkok, far from the overly Instagrammed backpacker hotspots or the party scene of Phuket or Pattaya.

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Shailendra Singh embarks on a road rally from Kanyakumari to Kashmir uniting all with an Anthem.

From Kanyakumari to Kashmir Shailendra Singh embarks on a journey with a mission to unite all Indian with his anthem and meeting unsung heroes along the way.  

Sports
Carmen Rizzo

Grammy-nominee Carmen Rizzo to present an ambient set at Covelong Point Festival in Chennai

In conversation with Carmen Rizzo, the Grammy nominee from Los Angeles who will present an ambient set at Covelong

Medieval jousting brought up-to-date (Jim Holden/English Heritage via AP)

Jousting for Olympics? Video review technology, new rules seek to update medieval sport

Medieval is meeting modern as English Heritage tests video review technology for jousting.

Shiv Kapur

Ace golfer Shiv Kapur believes young golfers can boost India’s Olympic count

Ace golfer Shiv Kapur feels there’s a need for more golf courses to make the game popular, and believes that young golfers can increase India’s medal count at the Olympics