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Thar Unplugged: India's first desert bot...

The golden beauty of Thar desert in Rajasthan is well known. So are the tourist magnets like India's blue city Jodhpur and golden city Jaisalmer.

It’s ‘Showtime’ on Nov...

Kolkata:  It’s ‘Showtime’ at Monkey Bar, Kolkata this Saturday (Nov 27) from 6:30 to 10:30 pm with one of India’s most popular music artists, The Untitled One. 

Bunaphile, where heritage meets contempo...

It is at ‘Bhalobasa’ that love happens over a cup of perfectly brewed coffee. Must be wondering what I intend to say? Very simple! Bunaphile occupies the ground-floor space of the internationally renowned literary personality Nabaneeta Dev Sen’s house, which she lovingly called ‘Bhalobasa’—meaning love in Bengali.

Start the winter with a curated spread ...

Kolkata/NITN: Seasonal Taste, The Westin Kolkata Rajarhat is hosting ‘Chronicles of Up North India’ food festival until November 21.

Kolkata gets another skybar LMNO_Q

Kolkata/NITN: With the weather turning mellow, it's time to pay a visit to the LMNO_Q, the newest sky bar in Kolkata in the heart of the city.

Bandel: Pocket-friendly weekend getaway ...

It’s that time of the year that witnesses a surge in picnics, outings and short trips in this part of the country, mostly due to the weather- which gets progressively better for outdoor activities- and partly because the year is about to end, heralding a fresh start.

Embark on a trail of indigenous cuisine ...

Today, Native American food is slowly becoming more popular in the U.S. Restaurants are turning to the past for inspiration, and many chefs are reviving dishes that are truly native to their regions.The recent culinary movement is digging deeper, creating the ultimate expression of local, seasonal food by emphasizing indigenous ingredients.


Liquid restaurant Vertex at Fairfield by...

Kolkata/NITN: Vertex - The Liquid Restaurant, part of Fairfield by Marriott Kolkata, has introduced a new menu and reinvented its nightlife.

Gifting options for Diwali

Arundhati Gupta notes how Diwali gifting has changed over the years.