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Trump's Exhausting First Road Trip

President Donald Trump has only just begun his first road trip outside the United States, and he’s already “exhausted,” according to one of his own advisors. This may or may not be true, since anything either Trump or any of his spokespeople say at this point has to be taken …

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Experience insightful short films in a virtual reality avatar

Prev Aamir Khan in Dangal Come Sunday and you can get a taste of virtual reality via four documentaries by ElseVR, a one-of-its-kind mixed reality quarterly magazine that was launched this February. The short films, of eight minutes’ duration each, will be available to viewers via four headsets provided by …

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Lord Ganesh gets a makeover

When Vijayakumar Arumugam started sketching Brahma, he knew the tables had turned. To imagine the supreme creator of the Hindu pantheon on a digital medium was an act that was both exhilarating and daunting for this Mumbai-based illustrator. Brahma, like his counterparts in the Hindu trinity, is a deity whose …

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Chef Arina Suchde's tips on how to reduce wastage in cooking

Potato peel crisps. Pics/Nirav Trivedi In Arina Suchde’s kitchen, watermelon season is the time for experimentation. The firm white rind of the melon, which most of us prefer to discard, finds creative use in her hands. The bland rind gets pickled or steps in as a substitute for cucumber in gazpacho …

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