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First things first. Food in the so-called 'dark' kitchens are not cooked with the lights switched off. They are called so primarily because of their delivery-only model.
Ace photographer Raghu Rai insists that it is important that his work, and not words, make a statement.
Teenage pop iconoclast Billie Eilish dropped her James Bond theme tune on Friday, racking up 2.2 million views in just six hours as the teenage prodigy continues her stunning rise.
From spotting the Aurora Borealis to sampling moose meat, living it up at Ice Hotel and soaking in an outdoor hot tub in -14 degrees, here's how to make the most of your holiday in Northern Sweden
Your complete guide to the Swedish Lapland
Artist Sandilya Theuerkauf attempts to understand landscapes through his thorn sculptures
While the food doesn’t stand out, it works fine with delectable cocktails that Hyde offers
Interview: Anoushka Shankar gets candid about her new EP, Love Letters, and how it got her through difficult moments
Not letting her past hold her back, the artiste, armed with her new EP, has now embarked on a worldwide tour, and will stop by to perform in two cities in India
After office rejuvenation or adda on a lazy weekend, One Sports Lounge at Sector V fits all your plans
Ukrainian DJ Teri Miko completes a decade and she has big plans to celebrate this milestone
From the classic melt-in-the-mouth galouti to a fusion Lehsuni Jhinga, the seventh Great Awadhi Kabab Festival celebrates everything about kebabs
We speak to Alexis Taylor about Hot Chip's new album, the return of the '90s and what's missing from today's pop music
We speak to the British synth-pop band, at SulaFest 2020, their debut gig in India
Resort review: RVR Sarovar Portico in Dindi is all about pristine backwaters, luxurious rooms and adventure activities
A slice of tropical heaven, Dindi lies in the intersection of river Godavari and the Bay of Bengal.
The New Delhi-based event by HCL was an exceptional showcase of cultural diversity
With names like Raghavendra Rathore and Aprajita Toor in tow, this pop-up promises a celeb-approved wardrobe update
The first edition of the Luxe Edit, set to be hosted by Mandira and Subda Dada, will feature not only Raghavendra Rathore’s eponymous brand but celebrity-approved labels like Sangeeta Boochra, Mishru
The Madras Players’ Making It A Habit is about a group of nuns who try to put up a show for the first time
The musical comedy, also produced by The Madras Players, revolves around a group of nuns who attempt to put up a show for the public.
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