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Shreya Das

Shreya Das

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'Relationships seem to break easily these days'

12 May 2018 11:22 AM GMT
In his latest original track, ‘Silver and Gold’, Nikhil D’Souza sings his heart out about the crumbling relationships and how people are not willing to make it work.

Witness the true flavours of Amritsar

27 April 2018 3:24 PM GMT
Although I have lived in Delhi for 10-12 years now and have numerous Punjabi friends who have always recommended me to try one or the other...

Food that transports you to Rajasthan

26 April 2018 3:08 PM GMT
Thinking about Rajasthani cuisine takes me back to the time when I was still living in Ajmer, Rajasthan. Men going out to work, while the women of...

Fall in love with the 'Taste of Thai'

16 April 2018 3:58 PM GMT
In my entire life, I would have never tried a raw papaya salad just by the sound of it. But my recent visit to the Blooms restaurant in Eros Hotel,...

Where taste buds come alive

11 April 2018 2:32 PM GMT
Quite frankly, I tried myriad flavours and quality of green tea, but nothing could ever match the refreshing taste of the cold-brewed green tea that...

"Bartenders are changing the world in their own way"

30 March 2018 2:25 PM GMT
Only within a few months of becoming a bartender, Jad Ballout won an award in a local bartending competition for his unique Mediterranean drinks....

'Indian theatre's strength lies in its diversity'

10 March 2018 3:03 PM GMT
‘A society which can laugh on itself is a healthy society and theatre makes you laugh on yourself, which ultimately broadens your thinking’.

Raising the bar

7 March 2018 3:20 PM GMT
They are young, bold, and willing to take chances. Surviving all the odds and societal pressures, these women are an inspiration to all those who are fighting their own fights to prove themselves. Let’s have a look at these seemingly ordinary women who went against the flow in 2017 and the first two months of 2018 on this International Women’s Day, writes Shreya Das

Hanging by an 'unbreakable' thread

3 March 2018 2:24 PM GMT
In the era of optical fibres and internet TV, master puppeteer Gary Jones and the Yuppets are conscientiously educating children and adults about sensitive topics. And now, they are in India!

Getting intimate? Stay protected

17 Feb 2018 3:33 PM GMT
Since India ranks third among the countries with highest number of HIV cases, the use of contraceptives become mandatory. It not only protects from unwanted pregnancies but also lessen the chances of STDs.

Let's talk stalking

20 Jan 2018 1:14 PM GMT
Shreya Das explains how sometimes a petty act of staking can lead to a bigger crime and why it is important to make stalking a gender-neutral and non-bailable offence…

Transgender chef hopes to break barriers

14 Jan 2018 3:01 PM GMT
Riding on his food truck, Chef Chris Trapani is on a five-city tour in India to spread the message of #purelove for food and transgenders.
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