- Gourmet Kashmiri restaurant opens in Lutyens' Delhi(20:50)
New Delhi, Oct 21 (IANS) Interested in Kashmiri cuisine. Well, Lutyens' Delhi has finally got its own exclusive stand alone Kashmiri cuisine restaurant this week, at the prestigious Kashmir House at 5, Prithviraj Road.
- London's largest Bronze Age hoard slated for display(16:50)
London, Oct 21 (IANSlife) The largest ever Bronze Age hoard to be discovered in London, the third largest of its kind in the UK, has been unearthed in Havering and will go on display for the first time at the Museum of London Docklands in April 2020, the museum announced in a Monday statement.
- Taj city hosts cooking contest for visually impaired(14:18)
Agra, Oct 21 (IANSlife) Sightless but not tasteless. This was proved by the visually impaired contestants who participated in a three-day cooking competition, the first of its kind held in the Taj city.
- Bowled over(12:58)
New Delhi, Oct 21 (IANSlife) The China Kitchen by Hyatt Regency has been the preferred haunt of Delhi's authentic Chinese food junkies for over a decade now. Not too long ago, the property got a standalone restaurant called TCK by The China Kitchen in Gurugram's bustling CyberHub.
- Card comfort(12:56)
New Delhi, Oct 21 (IANSlife) If festivals are all about sharing and celebrating, gifting is an integral part of that process. So what makes for a perfect corporate or luxury gift to a loved one? Gift-wrapped by Oberoi. No, we aren't talking about a basket full of goodies (although they're quite the experts in that as well), but giving an experience which is more memorable than materialistic.
- Diwali treats(12:56)
New Delhi, Oct 21 (IANSlife) During festivals, it's hard to stay away from goodies, especially if you have sweet tooth. But if youre a stickler for health and hygiene, it is better to go for home cooked stuff. Sr. Sous Chef Vijesh Modi of The Deltin, Daman. shares a sweet recipe to keep you away from packaged stuff.
- Middle East requiem(12:56)
New Delhi, Oct 21 (IANSlife) Fashion and lifestyle brand Vajor's newly launched limited-edition 'Caspian Folklore' autumn collection is inspired by the Middle Eastern countries like Syria, Turkmenistan and Iran around the Caspian Sea, and revisits the rich culture and heritage of these war-torn areas to take a wistful look at the beauty they once held.
- 'Consumers are not educated about preventative care'(12:54)
New Delhi, Oct 21 (IANSlife) There has been a major shift in the Indian fitness industry, but the consumers are still relatively uneducated about preventative care, says Drew Biks, Head of Operations - Asia, Anytime Fitness. Biks talks to IANSlife about Anytime Fitness and the Indian fitness industry. Excerpts:
- Sachin Pilot, Manisha Koirala close fourth Himalayan Echoes(21:04)
Nainital, Oct 20 (IANSlife) Celebrity headliners Sachin Pilot, the Deputy Chief Minister of Rajasthan, and Manisha Koirala, actor-author, closed the second and final day of the fourth edition of Himalayan Echoes: Kumaon Festival of Literature and Arts here on Sunday.
- I don't mind the cancer-survivor label: Manisha Koirala(16:30)
Nainital, Oct 20 (IANSlife) Actress Manisha Koirala, who has survived last-stage ovarian cancer and even penned a memoir titled 'Healed: How Cancer Gave Me A New Life'' following her treatment, says she doesn't mind the "cancer-survivor" label.
- Free throw in India(16:28)
New Delhi, Oct 20 (IANSlife) In the run up to the NBA India Games 2019, the National Basketball Association of North America (NBA) has collaborated with photographer Rohan Shrestha for a coffee table book that discovers basketball communities from across India.
- Land of seven hills(16:28)
New Delhi, Oct 20 (IANSlife) Nainital is located in the Kumaon foothills of the outer Himalayas about 285 km from Dehradun and 345 km from New Delhi. A picturesque hill town in the northern state of Uttarakhand, Nainital is set in a valley at an altitude of 6,358 feet above sea level. This beautiful town is surrounded by seven hills - Ayarpata, Devpata, Hanibani, China, Alma, Ladiya-Kanta and Sher-Ka-Danda. Popularly referred to as 'Sapta-Shring, these majestic hills, the waters of the lake and areas natural beauty all add to the beauty of Nainital.
- Shaken and stirred(13:38)
New Delhi, Oct 20 (IANSlife) Try these refreshing cocktails recipes if you want to impress your guests with your bartending skills.
- People are going back to the roots: Chef Pooja Dhingra(13:16)
New Delhi, Oct 20 (IANSlife) Chef Pooja Dhingra says people are going into more local cuisine and trying to highlight what was overlooked. Everyone is going back to their roots and tradition and are trying to embrace their heritage, she tells IANSlife. Read excerpts from the interview as she speaks about her love for cooking, Indian food on a global platter and more:
- Tara Sutaria: The beauty junkie(13:08)
New Delhi, Oct 20 (IANSlife) Despite being just one movie old, Bollywood actress Tara Sutaria has become a known name in the film industry. Not just for her acting skills, the "Student of the Year 2" star is also in the news for her unbeatable fashion and makeup sense. In an exclusive interview with IANSlife, Tara shares her beauty secret, some beauty hacks and her Diwali plans.
- Why Stephen Alter calls Himalayas home(11:46)
Nainital, Oct 20 (IANSlife) The early winter air ran crisp in Nainital, and as India-born American author Stephen Alter sat facing the vast mountainscape, he fronted an audience, and a question on what made him fall in love with the Himalayas. "I didn't have much choice, because it is home," was his answer.
- All things theatre(14:30)
New Delhi, Oct 19 (IANSlife) With an aim to revive the theatrical art, Sahitya Kala Parishad is organising a two-day event, titled "Bharatmuni Rang Utsav" in the national capital.
- Does your adolescent drink more than you would approve?(14:24)
New Delhi, Oct 19 (IANSlife) India ranks at 140 out of 150 countries in the world on the happiness index; making it one of the unhappiest countries in the world. This permeates down to adolescents as well and could lead to unhappy choices of alcoholism and binge drinking to cope with the chaos.
- Pick The Oberoi Vrinda to explore Kerala backwaters(14:16)
New Delhi, Oct 19 (IANSlife) Kerala isnt called "Gods Own Country" for nothing; the picturesque backwaters of Kerala are one of Indias most enchanting holiday destinations. Not to mention a self-supporting ecosystem brimming with aquatic, plant and bird life, these are a totally unique network that meanders past palm tree-fringed rice paddies and villages, before flowing into the Arabian Sea.