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Brunch at K3

On a lazy Sunday afternoon,when I wake up, the first thing that comes to my mind is “Where is the brunch today!” for me, Sunday…

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Café Delhi Heights

The moment you read ‘Café Delhi Heights’ one thing that pops in your mind is that it truly does represent Delhi’s Desi spirit. Delhi being…

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Learning with the Maestro

On the occasion of Le Cordon Bleu’s 120th birthday, students of G D Goenka School of Hospitality were introduced to Pâtisserie Master Chef Nicolas Houchet,…

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Book Review : Medea

Some stories make you laugh, some make you cry and there are some, which make you think. And Euripides’s “Medea” made me ponder on just…

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Joy of Baking

My interest in baking can be traced back to my childhood days, when I used to love helping my mother in the kitchen by mixing…

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Getting to Know Ms. Fresher – Pavani Bharadwaj

It’s been a few days since the Freshers’ Party was held, and I feel like it’s still lingering in our hearts. The masquerade-themed party of…

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Trip to Surajkund Crafts Mela

People usually say that, “New things that come up are more exciting than things that have already taken place.” But Surajkund Mela changes this perception…

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Comic Con Delhi 2015 takes fantasy to new heights

Comic Con Delhi hosted at the NSIC grounds from 4-6 December, 2015 celebrated both international and national pop culture with great gusto. It showcased an…

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Hospitality Ethos

People often say hospitality industry is tough to work in, it is not for everyone. They say that the work life completely takes over your…

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Editor's Note

“We write to taste life twice, in the moment and in retrospect.” - Anaïs Nin

Writing is a vicarious pleasure. It allows you to exist in different worlds, different realms at the same time. Writing liberates and empowers you. It allows you to take the road less travelled, at least in your thoughts. As far back as I can remember I found pleasure, calm and solace in writing. I was one of those kids who maintained a diary to pen down their excitement and angst (at 8? Seriously?).

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