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Aug 19, 2018
Writer-musician Amit Chaudhuri forays into art-making with 'The Sweet Shop Owners of Calcutta'Amit Chaudhuri made his debut as a non-artist artist, with his solo exhibition, The Sweet Shop Owners of Calcutta and Other Ideas, further extending the borders of his comfort zone
Nov 19, 2017
The rosogolla's bittersweet beginning: How a Kolkata confectioner created the dessertWho knew a sweet like the rosogolla would be the focus of such a bitter dispute between two Indian states? | #FWeekend
Nov 02, 2017
Watch: Syria's famed sweets are bringing smiles back once againArray
Oct 20, 2017
India celebrates Diwali, the festival of lights, with great enthusiasmDiwali, the festival of lights, was celebrated with pomp and religious fervour all across India on Thursday
Oct 18, 2017
You are not alone in your resistance against sweets this Diwali. Check out this video for some instant inspiration!Array
Aug 20, 2016
Who moved my sandesh cheesecake: Indian desserts aren't faring well in fusion cuisineWhen you try to mix around Indian desserts unmindfully, what you end up with is a ‘gulab jamun cronut’ or a ‘sandesh cheesecake’. It’s a mélange all right, but calling it modern is misguided!
Nov 08, 2015
No double Diwali for the vanquished: Despondent BJP cancels order placed for sweets, firecrackersA despondent BJP on Sunday cancelled an order placed for laddoos and firecrackers after trends showed the Grand Alliance was set to form the government in Bihar while their party was a distant second.
Aug 14, 2015
PM Modi greets Pakistan on their Independence DayPrime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday greeted the people of Pakistan on their Independence Day.
Aug 03, 2015
The unkindest cut: 'Rasagolas' are not Bengali after allHistorical evidence unearthed by researchers and scholars in the recent past leave very little room for doubt that the sweet voted India’s National Dessert in a nationwide survey done by MUDRA for Outlook magazine in 2010 had its origins in neighbouring Odisha at least a century and half before 1868 when Nobin Chandra Das is supposed to have ‘invented’ it in his sweetmeat shop in Kolkata’s Sutanati.
Jul 19, 2015
Eid celebrated across India but no exchange of sweets at Pakistan borderMuslims across India on Saturday celebrated Eid-ul-Fitr which marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan. Tight security arrangements were made at many places to ensure that the festival passed off peacefully, but protests broke out in Jammu and Kashmir in which a few people were injured.