So I reached the afternoon after working through the morning without a break not unusual for me but when there’s a lot of thinking or creating involved, often I find food to be a good inspiration. I usually eat just one meal a day, at the end of the day after all my work is done. But that’s when work is routine drudgery. Today I was creating stuff so around 3 pm I decided to grab whatever’s there for a […]
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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Fresh red snapper is a good option for a quick side with steamed rice. Especially if you have a Shark stirfry with a hint of gravy on the other burner as a main course. The recipe for tonight was quiet simple: mustard oil, snapper fillets, sprinkle herbs, salt and chilly flakes, close and cook for ten minutes. Open lid, turn and cook for five more minutes. The shark stir fry is simpler. Mustard oil, garlic, chilly, shark meat chunks, salt, […]
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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6.10 am I had a good night’s sleep. Am just coming awake and I can feel that I am going to be reminded of the full meaning of the phrase: the Day After. Yesterday was under post-surgery anaesthesia. Today is with post-surgery pain reality! For starters, my lower back / waist area is feeling strained and has a little pain, probably from lack of movement. Further, any involuntary movement to the left leg is giving me pain in the knee […]
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