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    #FoodKarniTales: Thailand Is Truly The Ultimate Food Paradise

    I am slightly disappointed to note, dear reader, that I write this column on the last day of our holiday in Thailand. I have been in the country of the best cuisine in the world for about two weeks now, and every single meal, with a couple of exceptions, has been utterly, magnificently outstanding. Yes, I used an adverb in the previous sentence, and added one for good measure, but...

    • 4 days ago
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    #VinitasPune: This Rain Will End Soon, But, Is The City Prepared For 2020?

    Citizens of Pune are more than fed up with the incessant rain for the past five months and pray for the sun to return! However, what happens when they come back next year? The rain is really frustrating Puneites. Each time the weatherman announces the fresh date for the monsoon to retreat, a fresh cyclonic storm of depression forms in the Arabian sea that prolongs...

    • 7 days ago
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    Are Elections Reinforcing Our Short Termism?

    Elections have been a symbol of hope. They have symbolized the power of the common man to choose a representative. The have symbolized the power of public opinion to influence democracy. Democracy has aspired to protect the planetary, national, and public interest. Yet, increasingly, there is a despondency about elections. People need to be told to cast their vote. More and more people are...

    • a week ago
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    #FoodKarniTales: In Praise Of Thailand's Nam Pla Prik

    This week's column, dear reader, comes to you from Thailand. Not, I hasten to add, that I mean to rub it in or anything like that. But if you happen to be reading this week's missive while at work or engaged in work of an extremely involuntary nature, you might want to bookmark this and get back to it later. Mandatory disclaimer aside, I should also make it clear that I am in...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    Do We Really Need To Drive All Of India Deaf?

    This column, dear reader, is about a topic that I have written about in the recent past. It is a theme I have touched upon, it is a well I have drawn from, it is ground we have tread before. But hey, I can't help it if it JUST DOESN'T STOP RAINING. We are now in the last week of October. Winter equinox is all but upon us. Diwali is upon us, but instead of the sparkle of fireworks and the...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    #VInitasPune: Did Someone Say Pune Is Turning Into A Smart City?

    When Pune clinched the Smart City status in the first round in 2015, it got a sanction of Rs.4,000 crore (upto 2019) to develop it to international standards in terms of public amenities, environment and holistic development. Five years down the line, it remains a mirage If promises are meant to be broken, then the Pune Smart City Project takes the cake. Identifying the better...

    • 3 weeks ago
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    #Aarey: Time To Recognise That Our Planet Is On Fire

    As millions across the world recognize the climate crisis, increasing numbers are acting with the recognition that our planet is on fire. They recognize that in an emergency, you act to save your house, not decorate your room. Unfortunately, in Mumbai, the executive, legislature and judiciary are yet to act as if our house is on fire. A few days ago, at least 2,700 trees were felled in...

    • 3 weeks ago
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    Enough Of This Rain Nonsense- Bring On The Winter Now

    I have been writing this column for the last three years now, dear reader, give or take. And around this time of the year is when a miniature tradition is religiously followed. I write a column about the onset of winter. I rhapsodize about the fact that the mornings will turn foggy, and the evenings chilly. I look forward to all the glorious food that can be enjoyed even more than...

    • 4 weeks ago
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    #VinitasPune: The Water Deprived Pune Voter's Wrath Is No Surprise

    The seething anger of residents of Wakad and Narhe neighbourhoods reflecting in their decision to boycott voting for the 21st Oct Assembly elections isn't very surprising. Here's why. While it's right that voting is the right and responsibility of every citizen, there comes a time when he or she is so taken for granted that, that anger erupts, enough to...

    • 4 weeks ago
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    What Can Ever Match Our Favourite Comfort Food?

    Our city plays home to almost every cuisine of the world, be it the classy Mediterranean, the romantic Italian or our very own Maharashtrian delicacies. Yet, there are some dishes that will always be our anytime comfort food stars that rarely disappoint. Our resident foodies at Pune365 decided to take a quick tour of the city to bring our readers the wonders of comfort food: Chole is a...

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