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At Lo Cal, a fitness restaurant in Chennai, one litre of ice cream has less carbohydrates than an apple!

This space is the brainchild of weight lifting champion Abishek Rengasamy and college friend Mahi Mohan

Published on 1st November 2019
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This weekend, go camping at Anantagiri Hills

Camp diaries 

Published on 24th October 2019
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Vietnam before the vows: Plan an exquisite budget-friendly bachelorette party

Popular for its beaches, rivers, Buddhist pagodas and bustling cities, Vietnam’s landscapes offer a unique backdrop for your perfect Instagram pictures.

Published on 15th October 2019
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Tracking the Silverback in Rwanda: A rare encounter at the naming ceremony of baby gorillas

On World Gorilla Day (24 September), we relive an encounter with mountain gorillas in Volcanoes National  Park while attending Kwita Izina or naming ceremony of baby gorillas. 

Published on 28th September 2019
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When history knocks on your door: Preserving a fading history of the Jews of Kochi 

The story of Kochi’s Jews needs to be retold for the future.

Published on 25th September 2019
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World Tourism Day special: 5 Indian companies making a difference to the travel scene

This World Tourism Day, let’s celebrate five organisations that have given a fillip to India’s tourism by making travel affordable, hassle-free and encouraged Indians to embrace globetrotting.

Published on 25th September 2019
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When you come from a successful film family, it’s different, says actress Isha Talwar about her journey in Bollywood

After Kaalakaandi, Article 15 has once again put actress Isha Talwar in the limelight. Here, she talks about her journey and upcoming films

Published on 9th August 2019
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Planning an adventure trip? Check out these trekking bags from Woodland's new collection

Available across all Woodland stores in India. 

Published on 30th August 2019
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From walking on pink volcanic rock in Lalibela, Ethiopia to soaking up views of the Inca ruins in Lima, Peru, we give you a first person account of some of the most exotic locations around the globe

Move over Bali and Paris! We scout offbeat, immersive experiences in international locations that are not on the radar of the average traveller

Published on 30th August 2019
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Travel special: These food trails will have you munching on silkworms in Nagaland, digging up truffles in Croatia, and more

From a visit to the birthplace of coffee, to a sneak peek into oak barrels of aged whisky, we pick out the most unique and offbeat food trails from across the globe

Published on 30th August 2019
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Adventure fitness: Sheryl Salis chalks out a healthy route for your next trek

Enjoy the adrenaline rush of trekking by following these diet tips

Published on 29th August 2019
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Travel diary: How Perth, the world's most isolated city, is becoming Australia's new tourism hotspot

The resurgence of Western Australia’s capital city Perth is led by swanky new infrastructure, a 60,000-seater stadium, hip dining scapes and the ever-aspirational quokka selfie

Published on 19th August 2019
Kajin Sara lake in Manang district of Nepal (Photo: IANS)

Newly discovered Kajin Sara lake in Manang district, Nepal set to be the world's highest

Newly discovered Kajin Sara lake in Manang district of Nepal is all set to become the world's highest lake replacing Tilicho lake (also in Manang), which currently holds the title.

Published on 11th August 2019
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Where are they now? The Woodstock Generation looks back at an era of 'peace and music'

It was the weekend that shaped the image of a "Woodstock Generation." And that image would echo, appeal and provoke for generations to come.

Published on 11th August 2019
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‘The Man Who Fell To Earth' is getting a readaptation on CBS

The sci-fi movie that was David Bowie's debut leading role is being redone by Star Trek creators

 

Published on 2nd August 2019

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