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  • TravelPhoto of Best Places To Visit In August In India

    Best Places To Visit In August In India

    Best Places To Visit In August In India The month of August is time for monsoons in India. Plush green trees, cloudy skies, a slight drizzle here and there, it is ideal weather to explore India. A plethora of places to choose from, the best places to visit in August in India offer a beautiful glimpse of the country. Here…

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    27 Funniest Game of Thrones Memes If It Was Made In India

    Game of Thrones is one of the most popular TV series which has fans from around the world. But what if this show was made in India, the consequences would be really funny though. So here we bring you the hilarious Game of Thrones memes if it was made in India that will have you on roll: Adhaar Issue! Oh…

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  • NewsPhoto of 30 Hilarious Thanos Memes That People Only From India Will Understand

    30 Hilarious Thanos Memes That People Only From India Will Understand

    We all know how much people were excited when the Infinity War movie came out. People started trolling the great Mad Titan Thanos in every language possible. Indians also never fail to troll things which are really hilarious. Here we bring you the Thanos memes that only the people from India will understand: South Indian Version! Vishal Dadlani! Fair &…

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  • BollywoodPhoto of These 5 Locations In India Got Their Fame Through Bollywood Movies

    These 5 Locations In India Got Their Fame Through Bollywood Movies

    It might be the most ordinary of locations, but put it in a Bollywood movie and it will turn into a tourist spot overnight. That’s what happened to these 13 places in India. Some of them were totally unknown, others were already famous in their own right but after being included in iconic Bollywood scenes, their fame has increased tenfolds.…

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    Coldplay Is Coming To Mumbai On November 19th And The Tickets Are Free!

    That’s right! You do not have to loosen your pockets up to 5 Lakh Rupees! Coldplay, the band which was highly-awaited for a concert by the Indians is finally coming to India, in Mumbai on 19th November. While everyone was excited about this news, there was a twist. A hoax came around yesterday that the tickets for the show are…

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  • NewsPhoto of India at RIO Olympics 2016

    India at RIO Olympics 2016

    The RIO 2016 Olympic Games started on 5 August. The 2016 Olympics witnessed 10,500 athletes from 206 National Olympic Committees. The Rio 2016 has finally concluded and has given us some mix memories. Obviously, we are very proud of our girly gang, but also disappointed that we couldn’t grab more medals. Our 123 athletes took part in 15 sports and gave…

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  • CelebsPhoto of 5 Reasons Why We Are Proud of Dipa Karmakar

    5 Reasons Why We Are Proud of Dipa Karmakar

    [lazyimage][/lazyimage]Dipa Karmakar is the pride of the nation. She might have slipped into the 4th place with a score of 15.066 in the gymnastics vault event, but her performance had gotten her in the news all over the world. She performed Tsukahara vault and got a score of 14.866 and in her second attempt she performed Produnova and got a…

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  • NewsPhoto of 4 Countries Which Mark Independence Day With India

    4 Countries Which Mark Independence Day With India

    With India celebrates its 70th Independence Day after getting freedom from the British Empire in 1947, August 15 is marked as the day when the country gained its independence. Well, India is not alone here today. There are four other countries in the world which mark the day as their independence day. So here are the quick facts about other…

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  • CelebsPhoto of An Excerpt from Tryst with Destiny

    An Excerpt from Tryst with Destiny

    The country was going through its most difficult time, the biggest migration in the history of mankind. Everyone has lost hope but then came the Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru’s speech Tryst with Destiny, which gave an energy to its people to forget the past and look forward, to make their country a happy place to live. Here is some of the…

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  • CelebsPhoto of Top 10 Quotes from Narendra Modi’s Independence Day Speech

    Top 10 Quotes from Narendra Modi’s Independence Day Speech

    India is celebrating its 70th Independence Day. And most awaited thing is the speech delivered by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi from the historical Red Fort. Here are ten  highlights from his speech. 1) Our social unity is most important; division in the name of caste, creed hurts the country. Need to rise above all these issues. 2) It’s easy…

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  • SocietyPhoto of Top 5 Lesser Known Facts About Indian National Flag

    Top 5 Lesser Known Facts About Indian National Flag

    As India gets ready to commemorate its 70th Independence Day, the Indian national flag sales hit the market across the country. Symbol of pride and national freedom, the flag represents the country as an independent republic.  Except the general comprehension of tricolors and Ashok chakra – a 24-spoke wheel in navy blue, I bet most of you are not apprised…

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  • CelebsPhoto of 6 Unsung heroines of Independence

    6 Unsung heroines of Independence

    India got its independence nearly after 150 years of struggle. A very few of them made it to our history books, most of them were lost in the pages. Here are the few of our women freedom fighters whom we don’t know. 1) Begum Hazrat Mahal Begum Hazrat Mahal, wife of Nawab Wajid Ali Shah, who is also famous as…

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  • CelebsPhoto of 10 Freedom Fighters Because of Whom We Breathe Free Air In India

    10 Freedom Fighters Because of Whom We Breathe Free Air In India

    India is presently the world’s largest democracy with the longest written constitution and has been a free and independent nation since 1947. India was visited by the Aryans, Iranians, the Persians, Parsees, and the Mughals, India was invaded and looted by the Mongolians. Later on, there were french colonies that were established and finally the time came when the Britishers ruled over…

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  • NewsPhoto of Top 7 Luxury Hotels in India

    Top 7 Luxury Hotels in India

    India is a beautiful country with wide options of traveling. You name it and you have it all here. Be it the beaches or the hills or the amazing green landscapes. You can find all these amazing places under one roof and that is India. There are 2 types of travellers, one who spends on destination and others that spend…

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  • CricketPhoto of 5 Most Underrated Cricketers of India

    5 Most Underrated Cricketers of India

    While India produced some extraordinary league of cricketers in the last 50 years or so, many of them got to touch the peaks of the name, fame, and glamor. However, may were left unnoticed in their hard careers and despite some excellent performances. Let’s put a shadow on these players to know more about them: Rahul Dravid A player who…

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  • SocietyPhoto of Why Irrfan Khan is the “Real King Khan”?

    Why Irrfan Khan is the “Real King Khan”?

    Irrfan Khan, a Padma Shri recipient is one of the best actors ever produced by India. His exemplary work in both Hindi Cinema and Hollywood speaks volume of his talent. He is a National Award winner and has acted in a series of blockbuster Hollywood movies like Jurassic World, Life of Pi etc being the prominent ones. He is now set…

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  • NewsPhoto of Top 5 Indian Dishes For a Sweet Tooth

    Top 5 Indian Dishes For a Sweet Tooth

    India is a country well known for its myriad cultures, beliefs, dialects and most importantly, food. People here are such foodies that almost every region boasts a local delicacy, be it sweet or savory. This post targets the top five sweet dishes of this country, according to the region. 1) Modak Sweet flour dumplings stuffed with coconut, jaggery, nutmeg and saffron.…

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  • CricketPhoto of T20: The Most Unpredictable Format in Cricket

    T20: The Most Unpredictable Format in Cricket

    India lost to Zimbabwe in a T20 game yesterday. But the question is- was it really a one-sided encounter keeping in mind the recent ODI series which India dominated entirely? The Indian hearts will surely say yes to this question but when we realise deeply the unpredictable nature of this particular format, we suddenly get to know how dangerous it…

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  • NewsPhoto of 5 Things North Indians Face in South India

    5 Things North Indians Face in South India

    When any North Indian travels to South, he has a lot of apprehensions. North Indians are literally scared of coming to South. The scenario has changed over the years. But somewhere or the other you will surely relate yourself to the article. Here are a few things which North Indians face when they come to South: Language: Every state has…

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  • SocietyPhoto of 11 facts you must know about Mumbai Dabbawalas

    11 facts you must know about Mumbai Dabbawalas

    You must have heard a lot about them. Some of you might also be using their services. They are just impressive, stunning and perfect. They are Mumbai Dabbawalas. The kind of dedication they show towards their work is just unparalleled. Here are some wonderful facts about the magnificent team called Dabbawalas (the last one is amazing): Equal share: Every dabbawala…

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  • SocietyPhoto of The Deteriorated Standard of Education in India – Who is to be Blamed?

    The Deteriorated Standard of Education in India – Who is to be Blamed?

    The development of a State is contingent upon strategic investments in the present, the benefits out of which can be harvested in the future. Education is the most prominent investment made upon the children, which harvests the benefit of a productive society. The agenda of every developing nation is to build a generation of responsible adults, well-trained to cater to…

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  • CricketPhoto of Is Team India the New Favorites in T20 Cricket?

    Is Team India the New Favorites in T20 Cricket?

    Before the onset of ICC T20 World Cup 2016 being played in India, the team will be playing many games in the shorter format for the early preparations. The way India has performed in Australia, surely makes them one of the favourites and prime contenders to win the cup at home. Let’s find out why India is perfectly poised to…

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  • SocietyPhoto of 8 Indian Superstitions That Are Completely Logical

    8 Indian Superstitions That Are Completely Logical

    “Why?”- that is the question we ask when we are asked to do anything. We can’t just bear to do things without knowing the reason behind it. The same applies to superstitions. Not every superstition was a hoax. Some were applicable in the ancient times only, a time when we were less developed. Whereas some are applicable even now. Here…

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  • NewsPhoto of Best 5 Dance Festivals of India that You should not Miss this Winter

    Best 5 Dance Festivals of India that You should not Miss this Winter

    India is largely known for religious festivals such as Rath Yatra, Diwali, Durga Puja, Navaratri, Onam, Ganesh Chaturthi and others. Many do not know that India celebrates its rich heritage of classical and folk dance in form of festivals. If the following listing of the best five dance festivals of India fails to pique your interest, knowing where these ceremonious…

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  • NewsPhoto of Boundaries of India: Know your Borders

    Boundaries of India: Know your Borders

      God made Earth and humans made boundaries India shares its borders with seven other countries. Some of which are friendly and are easy to access and other are not so easy to cross. India borders in the North with Nepal, China and Bhutan. On Western side lays Pakistan. Myanmar and Bangladesh on East province. And Sri Lanka on South…

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  • SocietyPhoto of The Sad State Of My Generation & The Doleful State Of A Bihari!

    The Sad State Of My Generation & The Doleful State Of A Bihari!

    As the famous British historian Dr. Arnold Toynbee once said, “It is already becoming clearer that a chapter which has a Western beginning will have to have an Indian ending if it is not to end in the self-destruction of the human race… At this supremely dangerous moment in history, the only way of salvation for mankind is the Indian…

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  • CricketPhoto of Six Best Innings Played by Suresh Raina

    Six Best Innings Played by Suresh Raina

      Suresh Kumar Raina, it has been a long time since he has been around in international cricket. In 2005 we saw an 18 year old boy make his debut against Sri Lanka at Dambulla. Surely it wasn’t a debut to remember as he got out for a 2nd ball duck in that match but after that we have been…

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  • CricketPhoto of Gabbar Owned the Champions Trophy 2013…

    Gabbar Owned the Champions Trophy 2013…

        Gabbar owned the Champions Trophy 2013 and it wouldn’t be wrong to say it this way. Shikar Dhawan was adjudged as the player of the tournament of the Champions trophy 2013 for his breath-taking and scintillating performances with the bat. Team India eventually went on to win the tournament and they had Dhawan to thank it for. Although…

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  • SocietyPhoto of 8 Things that Diwali brings with Itself

    8 Things that Diwali brings with Itself

      Diwali or Deepavali- the festival of lights is all set to light up the nation and even overseas. It is a festival which is being celebrated in India since the ancient time. Each one of us residing on this holy land knows the importance of this festival, a bit of mythology and spirituality. Yes, it is that time of…

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  • NewsPhoto of 4 Melas In India You Must Know About

    4 Melas In India You Must Know About

        “Gulon mein rang bhare, baad-e naubar chale, Chale bhi aao ke gulshan ka karobar chale” A mela, in Sanskrit means, quite simply, “to meet,” or “a gathering,”or “fair.” A mela is essentially any gathering, whether it is religious, commercial, sports-oriented, and shows a wide-spread social cohesiveness. A mela is a means to promote and preserve the cultural heritage…

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    Rahman’s Tamasha

    “The idea of music is to liberate the listener and lead him to a frame where he feels he is elevated”                                   – A.R. Rahman What are the ways of attaining peace and happiness? No doubt that there are so many but one of…

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  • NewsPhoto of 10 Coke Studio Songs From India and Pakistan That You Need To Hear

    10 Coke Studio Songs From India and Pakistan That You Need To Hear

    Recently, as a goodwill gesture, Dunkin’ Donuts in Pakistan decided to offer a free meal and donuts to any Indian. This was in reaction to the incident of a Pakistani family being denied accommodation at several hotels in Mumbai. This was considered an excellent move by people from both the countries, which have a shared history, but a divided present.…

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  • NewsPhoto of Backwaters: The Tranquil Water of the Indian Lakes

    Backwaters: The Tranquil Water of the Indian Lakes

    If you want to sit idle and embrace the natural beauty and explore the green habitat and surroundings with water, water and water everywhere, then backwaters is the place for your relaxing holiday. You can experience backwater voyage in Dal Lake up in North and in Kerala down in South of India. Backwaters of North India Dal Lake in Srinagar…

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  • SocietyPhoto of Nine Forms of the Goddess Durga

    Nine Forms of the Goddess Durga

    The festival has begun with the grandeur all over India. Goddess Durga has entered the homes and the pandals all over the nation. Navaratri (nine nights) – it is a festival which the nation awaits for the whole year. It is a festival which is celebrates the nine forms of the Goddess Durga. It is a celebration of the nine…

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    5 Chinese Goods Every Indian Uses

    With the ascent of Chinese products in the Indian market, tastes and preferences of Indian buyers have become lopsided and  taken a shine to Chinese products, more than the Indian products.   Religious Ideals It so occurs that the Chinese manufacturers gear up early for Indian festivities than Indian manufacturers.When one steps out in the Indian markets,from streets to malls,…

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  • NewsPhoto of Adventure Unlimited: The Four Incredible Valleys In Ladakh

    Adventure Unlimited: The Four Incredible Valleys In Ladakh

      Nestled in between the majestic Himalayan ranges, Zanskar valley is considered to be the most fascinating and adventurous hub for tourists. It is higher than any other valley in Ladakh and is isolated and scantily inhabited. A devour of pretty landscape and cultural diversity, Zanskar is rich in pungent, therapeutic foliage and aromatic plants. The area remains inaccessible for…

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  • CricketPhoto of 6 Players To Watch Out This Freedom Series: India vs South Africa

    6 Players To Watch Out This Freedom Series: India vs South Africa

    After a tiresome year consisting of England and Australia tour followed by World Cup, stage is all set for some cricketing action in India. Fans are eagerly waiting for the inaugural T20 match of Mahatma Gandhi-Nelson Mandela Series being played at the Dharamshala stadium in H.P, India. Though, cricket will be at its peak when 8 different international teams will…

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  • NewsPhoto of Chinese Diwali in India – MICRO YET MACRO CONCERN

    Chinese Diwali in India – MICRO YET MACRO CONCERN

    In less than one and half months we will give China a good reason to cheer. Like every year, we will be celebrating Diwali amidst strings of Chinese lights, sounds of Indian crackers and the light of earthen lamps or to say in one way or another we will be celebrating Chinese Diwali in India. Very soon, the Chinese stuff…

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  • NewsPhoto of 5 Bollywood Instagram Queens

    5 Bollywood Instagram Queens

      In this 21st entury where “visuals speaks louder than words,” we tried to bring in the most famous visual queens of Indian cinema. As instagram is the fastest growing platform where people feel secure to share their life’s moments with others, here are 5 Bollywood actresses whose instagram accounts are worth watching and following.   Alia Bhatt With her…

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  • NewsPhoto of Five Highlights For the World Tourism Day 2015.

    Five Highlights For the World Tourism Day 2015.

    People love to travel from one place to another, one country to another. Travelling is an experience for an individual. It opens doors in the lap of nature, away from the hustle bustle of life. Some travel to find inner peace, others are mere tourists. The dream holiday destination list is huge for each one of us. We wish to…

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  • NewsPhoto of Five Annoying Species of People in the Delhi Metro

    Five Annoying Species of People in the Delhi Metro

    Being a regular Metro traveler for a while, and a victim of the sheer boredom that inevitably leads to the observation of the commuters (I know, I need to get a life), I’ve come to draw categories of the kinds of people you come across in Delhi metro every day. And I can bet my ‘Harry Potter’ collection that you…

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    5 Types of Autowallahs

    Mr. Fancy This guy is fancier than you and can even give you a complex. He wears a uniform different from the other autowallahs. His shirt and pants aren’t grey but sparkling white. He wears frameless spectacles and has a touchscreen phone which may even be better than yours! Sitting in his plush auto, you wonder why he’s driving this…

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    5 Indian artists of Contemporary Art

    Indian artists communicate with the world through their art as never before. The diversity in their creative universes is absolutely spectacular. If some of them use Indian symbols to reveal a whole lot other meanings, others are truly abstract and some of them are powerfully influenced by the Indian culture and the surroundings of their hometown. Bharti Kher This artist…

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  • PoliticsPhoto of Five Things That Made Us Proud of the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi

    Five Things That Made Us Proud of the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi

    Moving ahead from a tea stall to the local shakas (training sessions) from the land of Gujaratis, to the land of North Indians, our Honorable Prime Minister is an epitome of success. Leaving behind the 14 years throne of the state of Gujarat, he walked in victorious in the general elections of 2014 and preceded Mr.Manmohan Singh. He is the…

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  • SocietyPhoto of Debut of Two Festivals on the Same Day

    Debut of Two Festivals on the Same Day

    India is often called as “Land of Festivals”.  Yes, it is time for the kick start of the festival season in India. We begin with the Shravan month of the Hindu calendar dedicated to Lord of all Lords, Lord Shiva. We end with the grandeur celebrating the year end of the year with Birth of Jesus, celebrating Christmas. Every religion…

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  • NewsPhoto of 7 Ancient Cities of Delhi You Must Know About

    7 Ancient Cities of Delhi You Must Know About

    Delhi, the capital of India, the nation`s heart has remained a historically important city.  It has been the most important city in the country for the greatest part of its history. Legend holds that this was the place where the ancient city of Pandavas, Indraprastha, was established. The area has shown signs of inhabitation from the Maurya period. However, the…

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  • SocietyPhoto of Do Not Kick the Butt …In OUR Land!

    Do Not Kick the Butt …In OUR Land!

    As I stood on the roadside after the demanding and taxing  college hours, my  eyeballs were grabbed by a tall , sturdy and decent looking ‘Firangi “young man . Taking into note that he captured my attention not with his “cool” looks but due to the abominably deplorable act  which was kicking a cigarette stub and squashing it beneath his foot. When we…

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    Indian Brands At Par With the Globally Dominant Companies…

    The difference between winning and losing is most often not quitting.” -Walt Disney. Indian Business may be trapped in a myopic eyeball size perspective and perception  at one point of time, but contrariwise these days, they are doing a roaring trade with novelty and innovation, paving the path of most Indian brands and eyeing the goals which seemed to be impossible…

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  • SocietyPhoto of 4 Sectors Where Durga Puja Celebrations have already Begun

    4 Sectors Where Durga Puja Celebrations have already Begun

    On one hand, there is Maharashtra gearing up to welcome Bappa Moriya this September, whereas on the other hand we have West Bengal preparing for the home coming of Maa Durga this October. With the celebration season here, the weather has already started playing spoil sport. The artisans all over are busy giving the finishing touch to the Ganesha idols.…

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    Do you know about the 5 Royal Thrones (Panj Takht)?

    Takht is a Punjabi word, which means throne. It is referred as the seat of authority in the Sikh religion. It marks the important religious, social or political decision of the Sikh community. There are Panj Takht and these Panj Takht are 5 important Gurudwaras in Sikhism. Every Takht has its own importance and historical significance. The Panj Takht are:…

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  • NewsPhoto of 5 Best Milkshake Places in Delhi

    5 Best Milkshake Places in Delhi

    Milkshakes can be of different flavors, thick ice cream shakes where you have to apply a force on the straw or normal milkshakes which have oodles of cream. There are so many places famous for milkshakes and there are so many varieties, that it becomes really difficult to choose from. On hearing that 12th September is the official chocolate milkshake…

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  • NewsPhoto of 5 Things That Americans Do Differently Than Indians

    5 Things That Americans Do Differently Than Indians

    So, after an arduous but exciting past month where I’ve changed not only my country, but my continent as well, I am back to writing. Moving to a new country like the U.S. is always difficult initially, but it’s worth every ounce (already my metric system has taken a toll) of the work you put in and the rewards that…

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  • NewsPhoto of 6 Spectacular Water Falls in India

    6 Spectacular Water Falls in India

    India has most beautiful and stunning waterfalls. Every state in India has a unique and mesmerizing type of water fall to visit. When you try to list down all the waterfalls in India, you will get to know that there are more than 40 in number. Here are a few spectacular waterfalls in India that you must visit: Nohkalikai Falls…

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  • CricketPhoto of 5 Reasons Why INDIA Need Cheteshwar Pujara In Test Cricket

    5 Reasons Why INDIA Need Cheteshwar Pujara In Test Cricket

    Cheteshwar Arvind Pujara is an Indian cricketer who was born on 25 January 1988 in Rajkot, Gujarat. He is a right-handed batsman who plays for Saurashtra in domestic cricket and for Yorkshire in English County Cricket. He made his Test debut at Bangalore in October 2010. He made a mark for himself in the 5-day format of the game by showcasting his solid technique, temperament,…

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  • SocietyPhoto of 6 Different Ways in Which Indian States Celebrate Janmashtami

    6 Different Ways in Which Indian States Celebrate Janmashtami

    The land of festivals is yet again gearing up for the festivals ahead. We have walked ahead into the ninth month of the year calendar 2015. The calendar is packed up for Indians as there are ample of festivals to be celebrated. The holy month of Shravan has passed by and the devotees have showered Lord Shiva with their services…

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  • NewsPhoto of 10 Special Moments from TVF Pitchers Season Finale

    10 Special Moments from TVF Pitchers Season Finale

    I know. I know. Your head is saying Lol! Just 10? Cheers to the best Indian series ever! Zero is the new Hero! After the finale’s release, gone are the days when anyone would be offended on being called a zero. Post Pitchers the interpretation of zeroes has changed forever. The world is going to see it through Mandal’s eyes…

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  • SocietyPhoto of 5 Reasons Why Gay Marriages Should Be Legalized In India

    5 Reasons Why Gay Marriages Should Be Legalized In India

    I personally believe that marriage is a sacred union between man and woman, a form of showcasing their love to their partners and the world. I also believe that our country was founded on the principle that everybody has the right to the pursuit of happiness. And if a man marrying a man or a woman marrying a woman makes…

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  • NewsPhoto of 5 Best Ice Cream Parlors In Hyderabad

    5 Best Ice Cream Parlors In Hyderabad

    Every one of us is busy running from one corner to the other.  We dine at restaurants, shacks, road side stalls giving our taste buds a food feast. But, any meal is incomplete without a dessert. A dessert is a cherry on top of a wonderful meal. There are a lot of people in this world with a sweet tooth.…

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  • CricketPhoto of 5 Best Bowling Spells in Tests by Ravichandran Ashwin

    5 Best Bowling Spells in Tests by Ravichandran Ashwin

    A Chennai boy who achieved little success as an opening batsman at junior level cricket, was dropped down the order and was soon turned into an off break bowler. Ashwin proved his mettle by taking fastest 50 wickets and 100 wickets in Tests for India. He plays for Tamil Nadu in domestic cricket and Chennai Super Kings in IPL. Though…

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    The Grand Canyon Of India: Gandikota

    Everyone knows about The Grand Canyon in United States. But, have you ever wondered, “Do we have  a counterpart of it in India?” Not many people are aware of the geographical existence of the canyon in India known as “Gandikota.” In Telugu, “Gandi” means gorge. Gandikota fort is situated in Gandikota, in the district of Kadapa  Andhra Pradesh, on the…

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    6 Reasons Why You Should Visit Ladakh

    Landing into Ladakh “Go-air flight G8-193 to Leh is ready for departure, passengers are requested to proceed towards Gate #10”…and so it was announced at the airport. I looked down at my boarding pass and strutted excitedly towards Gate #10. “Ladakh, here I come!!!” It took us about one hour to reach Leh Kushok  Bakula Rimpochee Airport from Indira Gandhi…

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    After the 69th Independence Day of India, I still feel we are slaves!

    I want to return to the era where the students were enthusiastic about the celebration of Independence Day. The week long preparation for the march past ceremony, saluting the hoisted flag, watching kids perform on patriotic songs, that marked the celebration of the big day. Every school, every college, every street decked up with the tricolour, smell of fresh flowers,…

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    Five things that everyone should know about The Anupam Kher Show- Kucch Bhi Ho Sakta Hai

    The show is hosted by one of the veteran actor of the film fraternity- Anupam Kher. A theatre artist, legendary actor, director of the film school has worked on the theme of the show. A talk show very distinct from the other talk shows. It is a motivational and inspirational talk show. It is a show that takes us on…

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  • NewsPhoto of Wildrift : For People With the DRD4 Gene

    Wildrift : For People With the DRD4 Gene

    If you are a person whose browser history is all about the traveling and exploring, or you always look out for the vacation that takes you to extremes, then you have definitely got the DRD4 gene. Scientists have released their findings in a study, stating that the people with the “travel bug” have a dopamine receptor D4 (DRD4) gene. This…

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    Five things to know about the great visionary: JRD TATA

    History speaks volumes about India’s contribution to the world. The world looks at India as a poor, babies swarming in every second, polluted and corrupted country. Some of the people born on the Indian soil changed the perspective of the world. Let us turn the pages of history and look back. Zero invented by Aryabhatta, his invention gave a status…

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    Salam Kalam!

    Death is inevitable. Irrespective of the how precious the presence of a person is, one cannot help but to lose them, at some or the other point of time. Amidst the list of extremely prestigious presidents who served our country, a name shines brightly, Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam popularly known as A P J Abdul Kalam. His was a…

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  • NewsPhoto of 5 Things to know about Indian Pro Kabaddi League

    5 Things to know about Indian Pro Kabaddi League

    Every year, the world witnesses numerous sports tournaments. The second month of this year glued us to our television sets. The ICC Cricket World Cup that premiers at the interval of four years, premiered this February. The action packed performance of the international players. The Captain Cool Mahendra Singh Dhoni won millions of hearts. I am sure many of them…

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    CHAI: Love in a Cup!

    Wikipedia says “Tea is an aromatic beverage commonly prepared by pouring hot or boiling water over cured leaves of the Camellia Sinensis, an evergreen shrub native to Asia.” But, if someone ever asks me what is chai? Believe me, the above-given definition wouldn’t even be in my farthest thoughts! Haha! This definition has got nothing to do with my understanding of chai. Want to…

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