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Recipe: Get your solo ‘pawri’ started this Tuesday with funfetti mug cake

  • What is life if not for enjoying single serve treats that you are not required to share? If you too think the same, try your hands on this rainbow coloured funfetti mug cake which takes just 1 minute to prepare and tastes like birthday cake | Check recipe inside
Recipe: Get your solo ‘pawri’ started this Tuesday with funfetti mug cake(Instagram/nikki_booch)
Recipe: Get your solo ‘pawri’ started this Tuesday with funfetti mug cake(Instagram/nikki_booch)
Updated on Feb 16, 2021 11:22 AM IST
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ByZarafshan Shiraz

Rare flat rainbow spotted in English town, leaves netizens amazed

Posted on Facebook page @torbayinpictures the photographs show an extremely rare “flat rainbow” at the town of Torquay, in South Devon, England, seen from the nearby Paignton beach.
The pictures show a blissful blue sea merging with the sky of a different shade of blue.(Facebook@torbayinpictures)
The pictures show a blissful blue sea merging with the sky of a different shade of blue.(Facebook@torbayinpictures)
Updated on Aug 31, 2020 05:37 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | BySrimoyee Chowdhury

Luxury brands makes ‘Rainbow’ symbol of hope

Major brands like Cartier, Louis Vuitton and United Colors of Benetton have taken to social media to express rainbow as a symbol of hope in these trying times when the world is fighting a pandemic.
Major brands like Cartier, Louis Vuitton and United Colors of Benetton have taken to social media to express rainbow as a symbol of hope in these trying times when the world is fighting a pandemic( Representative image).(Unsplash)
Major brands like Cartier, Louis Vuitton and United Colors of Benetton have taken to social media to express rainbow as a symbol of hope in these trying times when the world is fighting a pandemic( Representative image).(Unsplash)
Updated on May 25, 2020 04:37 PM IST
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New Delhi | ByIndo Asian News Service| Posted by Kabir Bhandari

What we know about colour: Recharge by Rachel Lopez

For spring, a compendium of facts and new research into the world of Vibgyor and beyond.
Women might see subtle differences in colour better than men do. It is also likely that colours are recognised better in cultures with more names for them.(Pixabay)
Women might see subtle differences in colour better than men do. It is also likely that colours are recognised better in cultures with more names for them.(Pixabay)
Published on Mar 13, 2020 08:11 PM IST
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A rainbow on the silver screen

As four short films, centred on the lives of the LGBT community, get theatrical release pan India, we speak to those who believe more representation of the community is the need of the hour.
A still from the short film, The Fish Curry
A still from the short film, The Fish Curry
Updated on Jan 24, 2020 03:12 PM IST
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Mumbai | ByYoshita Rao

Style? It’s right on the nose

Septum rings, bindi-inspired motifs, peacocks, even minimalist geometric patterns. Nose pins are getting a modern makeover, and men are getting interested too.
Modern statement pieces, like this one from designer Bhavya Ramesh, are giving nose-pins a funky contemporary spin.
Modern statement pieces, like this one from designer Bhavya Ramesh, are giving nose-pins a funky contemporary spin.
Updated on Nov 30, 2019 05:46 PM IST
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40 designers to come together for a rainbow grand finale at LMIFW to celebrate inclusivity

The list includes Manish Malhotra, Abraham & Thakore, Reynu Taandon, Wendell Rodricks, Varun Bahl and Raghavendra Rathore, among other big names.
A representational image from Burberry’s collection.(Instagram)
A representational image from Burberry’s collection.(Instagram)
Updated on Oct 05, 2018 12:32 PM IST
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How ‘gay’ got its rainbow: What once meant merry is now a badge of identity for homosexuals

The dictionary traces the origin of gay to the French word Gai. But how did something that meant cheerful become synonymous with homosexuals, who have had to fight long and hard for their identity?
Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn in the 1938 film Bringing Up Baby, where Grant used the word ‘gay’ on screen. Opinion is divided though, on whether he used it to mean homosexual or happy and cheerful.(Alamy Stock Photo)
Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn in the 1938 film Bringing Up Baby, where Grant used the word ‘gay’ on screen. Opinion is divided though, on whether he used it to mean homosexual or happy and cheerful.(Alamy Stock Photo)
Updated on Sep 21, 2018 04:18 PM IST
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A Calmer You by Sonal Kalra: The rainbow is out, finally!

Maybe it was never meant to be tucked away in the closet, anyway
Updated on Sep 08, 2018 05:26 PM IST
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