In – Depth

Flood: A familiar story of Bihar

Geographically, the plains of North Bihar have always been prone to floods. And this is the reason the eastern Indian state has witnessed devastating floods in the past few decades. … Read More

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On shaky terrain

Delhi’ites are not new to earthquakes as the city lies in a seismic zone. But the recent series of minor tremors, coming as they are at a time when the … Read More

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‘Post-COVID, health considerations will be a strong driving force in recovery’

In an interview with TnH, VINAY MALHOTRA, Regional Group COO – South Asia, Middle East and North Africa, and Americas, VFS GLOBAL, says that post-COVID-19, people will be keen to … Read More

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A jumbo tale

The painful death of a pregnant elephant in Kerala last week shook the entire country. In the enraged hue and cry that followed, one seemed to oversee a major issue … Read More

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Madhubani paintings: From walls to cardboard

Once done on walls and roofs, limited to festivals or weddings, the Mithila painting, or Madhubani, changed drastically down the years. Now, it is seen not only on paper but … Read More

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A garden of tombs

The presence of ancient tombs is no surprise for an average Delhiite. The city is dotted with them, right from those of kings ~ Humayun and Safdarjung ~ to a … Read More

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Pocket friendly accommodation

Ever since Indian middle class started travelling for leisure or official purpose, Budget mid-segment hotels have seen an exponential growth. Rakesh kumar explores this affordable yet convenient places of stay … Read More

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Lungs under threat

Delhi may well boast of being one of the greenest Capital cities in the world. Its urban forests, and their resident wildlife population, are not just a legacy but vital lungs … Read More

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Indians and Cruising Tourism in Singapore

Cruise tourism is not a new phenomenon, and over the past decade it’s taken a new lease of life and is growing extremely rapidly. Cruising refers to an act of … Read More

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The Spirit of Goa

Whenever one mentions Goa in a conversation, images of a tropical paradise comes flashing in our mind. We start thinking about beaches, charming houses, old churches, unique cuisine and about … Read More

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