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  • Mango Tango! These ‘aam’ dishes by Chef Narayan Salunke are special

    Ronak Y Mastakar speaks to Chef Narayan Salunke who has curated special Mango dishes with delicious spins Summer is on us, and the sun god is blazing down on its full glory. Sipping on all things cold, gorging on ice-cream is fast becoming a common sight (along with shopping for summery clothes, of course). But it’s not just…

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  • Maharashtra Plastic Ban: All you need to know about the ban

    The Maharashtra government in its ambitious ban on plastic bags, water bottles and other disposable plastic items in the state has sent many Mumbaikars in a tizzy as they face hardships will buying daily needy things and even while shopping for grocery. The Maharashtra government laid down this strict plastic ban after the state civic…

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  • CBSE paper leak: Distressed students protest, government forgets these are potential voters of 2019 elections

    When will we learn from our mistakes? We voted for a government which promised us a corruption-free country, but here are we again back to square one, still facing problems of corruption. The CBSE paper leak has shocked the entire nation, especially students across the country who were let down by their government, whom they…

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  • Anti-Corruption crusader Anna Hazare gets a cold shoulder from Indian media

    Social activist and anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare has been on indefinite hunger strike for last five days and looks like he is currently snubbed by the Indian media. Anna Hazare who chose Martyr’s Day to launch his hunger strike in Ram Lila Maidan and will continue protest till Centre concedes to his demands of setting…

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  • Tamil Nadu: New parties floated, will it leave voters confused?

    Tamil Nadu is a state where politics never ends. Few months back it faced political vacuum, but it has supposedly changed now. ‘Too many cooks spoil the food’, the phrase has come to life in Tamil Nadu politics. Well-known politicians and renowned actors have floated their own parties, with the same agenda to end the…

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    United Opposition: Will Raj Thackeray play the role of a Kingmaker?

    The firebrand politician and Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) supremo Raj Thackeray has struck again, but this calling out for united opposition for ‘Modi-mukt Bharat’. Raj Thackeray who has praised Narendra Modi earlier in 2014, has now turned against him and wishes to eliminate Modi from power in 2019 Lok Sabha. Raj Thackeray who never have…

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  • Maharashtra Farmers protest: Agrarian crisis haunts state all over again

    The maximum city was again brought to its knees, this time not by any protesting community but by distressed Maharashtra farmers. Though they didn’t jeopardise peace of Mumbai, but did give a wake-up call to Mumbaikars on rising problems of farmers. Farmers are the real backbone of the country, and India ranks second worldwide in…

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  • Rahul Gandhi, in new avatar, corners trolls over economic question

    Rahul Gandhi has found himself in yet another controversy, but the Gandhi scion came out of it quick. Rahul reportedly got into an argument with an economics teacher Prasenjit K Basu over the state of the economy in India. But the funny part was PK Basu, who asked the question, has authored the book “Asia…

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  • Sridevi and Syria: How Indian media ‘killed’ news

    The TV media’s frantic reporting on veteran actress Sridevi’s death has angered many people in the country. While the veteran actress passed away late Saturday night, the sudden death of Sridevi Kapoor was in itself a shocking but what was insensitive of the TV media the coverage veered into a gossip. The TV media skipped…

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