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Mother’s Day: A letter to dear mother to say thank you

No matter the age, we all share deep bonds with our mothers and which only go from strength to strength with the passage of time. Six people settled abroad pen…

Cheering from the sidelines

These good Samaritans are encouraging volunteers and frontline workers in their endeavours, proving that kindness is indeed contagious Stay away from doomscrolling, they say. But at a time when the…

Behind the network

From making live-tracking apps to platforms for home cooks, the people who are stepping up in the midst of the second wave They may not be on the frontline, but…

Opinion | Will our celebrities please show up?

One expects involvement from celebrities and influencers with relief efforts because their fandom is the people Where are our celebrities? While regular people have been displaying extraordinary courage and ability…

Young brands, big heart

Homegrown fashion and accessory labels respond to the need of the hour and offer up to 100% of their proceeds to NGOs We are in a time of crisis. While…

A lazy Sunday biryani

In the good old days when Sundays were Sundays, and not just any old day squeezed in between two other nondescript days, part of our holiday fun was in going…

Bit of a pickle: An Andhra delicacy made with sorrel leaves

As kids, my sisters and I would sit long hours plucking the leaves from stems, our contribution to the making of gongura pachhadi For as long as I can remember,…

Food colour made from fruits, vegetables and spices

Purée, juice or powder… ingredients in your refrigerator and kitchen shelves can be turned into fun edible colours One of ‘Natural colour artist’ Manya Cherabuddi’s students used colour extracted from…

In Kerala, one can’t get enough of pathiris during the month of Ramzan

While even the traditional pathiris vary from one place to another, there are umpteen varieties that are eaten as snacks It is the month of Ramzan and in Kerala, pathiris…

Artisans get creative to stay afloat in a crisis

Artisans began making products for WFH clientèle and courted e-commerce platforms to survive the pandemic. Their battle, however, isn’t over as the second wave brings in new challenges Here this…

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