Today was a great day in the kitchen. All 20 minutes of it. I made kheema mutter (mince goat meat cooked with green peas in a shallow gravy of Indian spices). But then instead of eating it with pav or bread, I decided to eat within Korean kimchi and an Amul cheese cube. Best decision because it was a satisfying meal with all the tastes I wanted to have at that moment. Some times you’ve gotta go beyond the template […]
Pune, 4 January, 2023, 2109 hours: Am finally comfortable with the chilli I make. I started a wanting chilli con carne from the first time I saw Terence Hill wolfing down beans with a slab of bread in They Call Me Trinity. I still am a big fan of Bud Spencer-Terence Hill movies but last year I started wondering if it was all because of the beans. It was a long time before I found out that the chilli con […]
Pune, 1 January 2023, 1820 hours: Just returned from a walk along the busy street nearby. I remember the time when that broad concrete road was nothing but a mud path cutting across this part of Baner. Come to think of it, I remember when the main Baner Road was a narrow partially paved, partially mud kind of road hurtling across fields and wild brush towards the Mumbai-Bengaluru highway (which itself was a narrower younger version of its current robust […]
In age where parents have to construct the education ecosystem for their children, Hubert D’Mello’s Skoolbx is bringing a new dimension to online tutoring with their student-tutor personality matching model.
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Obituary for Roopesh Raj, renowned Pune-based journalist, columnist, mentor and family man. Includes tributes from family, friends and colleagues. #roopeshraj #journalist #Pune #writer #subeditor #thebengali
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Obituary on Tushar Uchil, Pune and Mumbai-based Writer, Instructional Designer and Design mentor.
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Eight-year-old twins, Devayani and Shivaranjani Bharadwaj have arguably become the youngest self-published wellness co-authors in the country with the release of their debut book, Sun Salutations.
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The Best Days of My Life.
The trick they say is not to be attached to your self or your self image, or to the pedestal that our ego puts us on. And just stay in the now, always.
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