Everyone knows that one of the greatest challenges of the summer season (aside from not screaming every time you see a wasp), is eating your ice cream before it melts. Although sunshine and a 99 flake...
Treasures range from sattu ka sharbat to shikanji.
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Just in time for the warming weather, a body-lovin' music video titled "Thunder Thighs" has arrived with a spectacular message: chill on the summer bod thing, you already look good. The video, which w...
Let there be water, water everywhere.
That wonderful time of year when your electricity bills are higher than your monthly EMI…
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You'll be shaken, stirred and everything in between!
Vidarbha has recorded the highest maximum temperature in the country
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It's been hot lately, as you well know. Philadelphia hit 90 degrees last week for the eighth (8th!) day in a row. D.C. cracked 100 degrees earlier this month, breaking 10 heat records along the way. A...
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Time moved slowly when I was a child. The days seemed endless. It's a contrast to my children's childhood, where all their activities seem scheduled weeks in advance. They'd widen their eyes if I told them how much time I spent doing nothing. They'd look at me as I look at those older than me who boast about walking barefoot to school. The way you do when you catch an uncomfortable glimpse into a time before civilization.
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I watch the buzzards circling nearby, frantically flapping their large wings. Perhaps, they've spotted something to eat. It's a new day. Everything feels peaceful; much like the proverbial calm before the storm. But my heart flutters uncontrollably, for it knows what comes next.
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Now when I rewind and play back the conversations in my head that I had with other parents, before vacations began, I am utterly embarrassed. I can see them sniggering, turning away from me in slow motion, catching each other's eyes, stifling their laughs, eyes wet with hilarity, as I declared my grandiose plans for the summer.
Summers for me meant endless days at my grandfather's house, which was the enchanted land of do-what-you-want. We would arrive at his gates the moment our vacations began and leave, kicking and screaming, when July sprung upon us, all-too-soon and without warning. Our mother, to our unimaginable delight, was not only barred entry, but was also made to renounce all parental control.
JAIPUR -- Normal life was thrown out of gear in parts of Rajasthan as the state continued to sizzle under extreme heat conditions with Phalodi being the hottest at 51 degrees Celsius. This is the high...