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Kullu-Manali, an adventurous traveller’s spot

Kullu-Manali, an adventurous traveller’s spot

June 15, 2018

  I hadn’t camped for years! But having a sense for real adventure, the only destination that came to my mind last summer was Kullu- Manali. Since I have a passion for photography and I love to explore nature, that was the first destination I thought of. Nestled in th...

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India’s first Madame Tussauds in Delhi

India’s first Madame Tussauds in Delhi

December 7, 2017

India's very own Madame Tussauds museum to home life like figures of 50 national and international icons and boost tourism in the region

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Jal Mahotsav – experience the diverse facets of Madhya Pradesh

Jal Mahotsav – experience the diverse facets of Madhya Pradesh

January 2, 2017

The water festival has much to offer to people of all ages and tastes; from hot air balloon rides, paragliding, cycling and early morning yoga sessions, to various water sports like parasailing, motor boat rides and house boat experiences, among other cultural attractions like tr...

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Top 5 highest-grossing Bollywood blockbusters of 2016

Top 5 highest-grossing Bollywood blockbusters of 2016

December 23, 2016

Over the last couple of years, Indian cinema has witnessed its directors slowly wafting away from the regular conventional rom-coms and leaning in towards a flood of biopics and thrillers, and the diverse Indian audience seems to enjoy it, as the box-office collections of these f...

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Atlético de Kolkata rides high on European contribution to clinch ISL 2016

Atlético de Kolkata rides high on European contribution to clinch ISL 2016

December 20, 2016

Atlético de Kolkata wins the Indian Super League a second time in three years. Football, in cricket-crazy India, is gradually gaining in popularity and rediscovering the hysteria of the days gone by.

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Madhya Pradesh hosts second Jal Mahotsav

Madhya Pradesh hosts second Jal Mahotsav

December 20, 2016

To boost the footfall of both inbound and outbound tourists in the state, the Madhya Pradesh Tourism Board has yet again organised the Jal Mahotsav (water festival), amidst the gleaming waves of Narmada River in Hanuwantiya; but this time, it is bigger and better.

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Aprilia sets path breaking trend in two-wheeler segment

Aprilia sets path breaking trend in two-wheeler segment

September 7, 2016

Indian two-wheeler enthusiasts were introduced to the newest member of the Vespa family on 22 August, 2016, drawing delight and cheers. After a long wait, the Aprilia SR150, a sports bike in a scooter’s avatar or vice versa, sets a new trend that aspires to make Piaggio & C. S...

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India goes out of Rio2016 with two medals

India goes out of Rio2016 with two medals

August 22, 2016

As the Rio 2016 Olympics came to a close, India’s medal count stands at a total of two. A bronze secured by wrestler Sakshi Malik and a silver by shuttler PV Sindhu were the only awards the country could take back from the games in Brazil, leaving the country divided over the...

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India gets its first Rio2016 Olympic medal

India gets its first Rio2016 Olympic medal

August 19, 2016

Indian wrestler Sakshi Malik attained a bronze medal yesterday in the women’s 58kg category by winning against Aisuluu Tynybekova from Kyrgyzstan, sealing the first Olympic medal for her country at Rio 2016. The country held its breath until the last moment of the match as Saks...

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India’s performance at the Olympics so far

India’s performance at the Olympics so far

August 9, 2016

India appeared in the Olympics Games for the first time in 1900 and has been making a move towards meaningful participation since then. With a mixed performance so far at Rio 2016, optimism still remains.

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Rio Olympic Games 2016

Rio Olympic Games 2016

April 23, 2016

After 52 years, an Indian gymnast has finally made it to Olympics and when this gymnast is a woman, it makes it the first ever for an Indian woman gymnast. Dipa Karmakar is a name that has been dominating all the media channels be it print, digital or television, since a few days...

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A drop in child labour in India

A drop in child labour in India

March 21, 2016

According to India’s child labour ministry, the number of children working as child labours in India fell to 4.5 million, as compared to 12.6 million 10 years ago and this has compelled the Labour ministry to amend and reinforce the child labour laws in the country. The number ...

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