What India can learn from La France in cultural promotion

Their ability to convert a tiny unknown village with little more than a church to its name, into a sought after tourist destination by creating leafy café studded promenades, cute (if sometimes gratuitous) museums and by disseminating ample literature on local history and culture as well as neat maps proposing quaint walking trails, reveals incredible…

Recipe: Grilled Indian Cheese & Veggie Platter

For all you veggies looking for a break from the usual fare and the meat-eaters who think veggie food can’t be tasty, here’s a delicious and nutritious, yet incredibly simple recipe to try! It’s perfect for a light Sunday evening dinner with some plain rice and daal (lentil soup) or as a starter when you have guests to impress. Just make sure you have at least an hour of marination time on your hands!

Tweeting our way to reform

As of May 2016, India ranked as the country with the second highest number of Twitter users (after the US) at 41 million users (as per Statista). For anyone with a healthy appetite for political discourse, this should come as no surprise as tweets have become almost synonymous with official public statements. As someone who…