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Features The Five Types of Foodies You Meet at Mumbai’s Food Festivals
Since most readers are used to consuming their meals in front of the TV while wearing their pajamas, this field guide to the cast of characters you’re likely to meet at Mumbai’s food festival this weekend is what every hungry foodie needs.Add to list
Pop Culture Ford v Ferrari Review: An Exquisite Racing Drama that Doesn’t Skimp on the Bruises
In Ford v Ferrari, the rivalry indicated in the title is merely a footnote. Instead James Mangold is more interested in locating the bruises that propel men to declare war and mistake it for glory. The result is a thrilling racing drama that ruminates on the line separating ego from pride.Add to list
Social Commentary A Four-Day Workweek Might Boost Productivity, But Do Indians Deserve a Three-Day Weekend?
The lines between work and non-work hours have long been blurred, and that’s a bad thing. A three-day weekend in India would be pretty pointless unless the remaining four days are utilised well, and we stop glorifying long work hours.Add to list
- Humour The Undisputed Pollution Champion Of The World #DelhiAirPollution Add to list
Gender The Enduring Difficulty of Being Sania Mirza
It’s been a decade since Sania Mirza won her first Grand Slam title, and India is still waiting for another woman to emulate her. But her road to the pinnacle was far from an easy one. Her life might look like a bed of roses, but Mirza sleeps on a thousand thorns.Add to list