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All India Bakchod in legal trouble over Narendra Modi meme as cyber crime cell lodges FIR
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All India Bakchod in legal trouble over Narendra Modi meme as cyber crime cell lodges FIR

All India Bakchod maintained that they will continue to crack such jokes, delete them later on to save themselves from legal trouble, only to repeat.

Cali: How I conquered my two left feet in Colombia's 'salsa capital'
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Cali: How I conquered my two left feet in Colombia's 'salsa capital'

Cali, in Colombia, is not called the ‘World’s Salsa Capital’ for nothing

Kashmir Diaries: A visit to the quintessential ‘jewel in India’s crown’
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Kashmir Diaries: A visit to the quintessential ‘jewel in India’s crown’

Supposedly, the world can be divided into two kinds of people — those who have been to Kashmir and those who haven’t

Zanzibar: The tropical paradise David Livingstone called 'the most beautiful place on Earth'
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Zanzibar: The tropical paradise David Livingstone called 'the most beautiful place on Earth'

Zanzibar has a bit of everything for everyone – for the history buff, the adventurer or a leisure seeking traveller.

Switzerland: Forget Bollywood, and discover this charming Alpine country for yourself
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Switzerland: Forget Bollywood, and discover this charming Alpine country for yourself

Switzerland is 'The Ultimate European Destination' for most Indians, whose indiscipline is unfortunately legendary

Bonani jabo? Staying at this quaint lodge in Kaziranga is like stepping back in time
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Bonani jabo? Staying at this quaint lodge in Kaziranga is like stepping back in time

61-year -old Bonani Lodge, the first bungalow to be constructed in Kaziranga, Assam (1956) is so charming, even those from the Victorian era would be awed by it, were they to visit today

Zanskar: Here’s an entire valley in the heart of the Himalayas, waiting to be discovered
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Zanskar: Here’s an entire valley in the heart of the Himalayas, waiting to be discovered

Zanskar is a valley in the higher Himalayas, about 250 km and an 8-hour drive from Kargil, which is its only connection to the outside world in the summer

Luxembourg: Beneath the veneer of money is an old city longing to tell you its story
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Luxembourg: Beneath the veneer of money is an old city longing to tell you its story

Beneath Luxembourg's reputation as a financial/business hub, is an old city longing to tell you its story.

Down and out in Little Lhasa: Notes from McLeod Ganj cafés
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Down and out in Little Lhasa: Notes from McLeod Ganj cafés

My journey to McLeod Ganj turned out to be quite unexpected. Just like all journeys should be.

Thailand: How sun, sand, snorkeling, and a Leonardo DiCaprio movie helped me get over my break up
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Thailand: How sun, sand, snorkeling, and a Leonardo DiCaprio movie helped me get over my break up

Beaches, interesting culture, good food, and no (or minimum) visa hassles made Thailand the perfect destination

After 75 years, Mumbai theatre embraces digital age
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After 75 years, Mumbai theatre embraces digital age

Bharatmata Cinema Hall, one of the oldest cinema halls in the city, took the long-resisted step into the future by going digital.

I heart Melbourne: Cricket, chocolates and Harley Davidsons
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I heart Melbourne: Cricket, chocolates and Harley Davidsons

While everyone else is heading to Sydney, beat your own path to Australia's city of infinite charms. Be it a tour around the MCG, or an ocean drive on a Harley Davidson, there are pleasures aplenty to be relished.

Summer holiday getaways: Ooty, Amsterdam, or Thailand?
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Summer holiday getaways: Ooty, Amsterdam, or Thailand?

Here are four perfect getaways for April. From an artsy weekend in Ooty to a stroll through the tulips in Amsterdam. Or how about the Thai version of Holi?

Travel Tales: Full moon rising over Yangon
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Travel Tales: Full moon rising over Yangon

As Myanmar heads into polls, the closed country is opening up more to tourists as well. In 2012, the annual Shwedagon Pagoda festival was celebrated for the first time since 1988 when the junta banned it. Here's what it felt like.

Whisky is risky: The wild, wild world of road signs
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Whisky is risky: The wild, wild world of road signs

One of the great rewards of traveling remote stretches of India are quirky, funny and some downright baffling signboards of the Border Roads Organizations. Do watch those curves!

Turkish delights: Eight reasons to give Istanbul a whirl
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Turkish delights: Eight reasons to give Istanbul a whirl

Istanbul is popping up on the travel map of Indians more and more these days. If you still haven't made it there, here are eight reasons why you must go — from the baths to the Blue Mosque to ice cream acrobatics.

Valentine's Day travel planner: Four perfect excuses to make sweet love
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Valentine's Day travel planner: Four perfect excuses to make sweet love

February brings plenty of reasons for lovers to celebrate, including four perfect getaways. Canoodle on the beach, steam up that boat ride, surf the wave of love, or turn on the lovelights by the lake.

A walk over the woods: magic in Malaysia
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A walk over the woods: magic in Malaysia

Petronas Towers might be spectacular and the shopping is great. But if you go to Malaysia and are looking for something magical, you must walk on a canopy above one of the world's oldest rain forests.

The perfect winter getaway: Four destinations better than boring Goa
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The perfect winter getaway: Four destinations better than boring Goa

Tired of heading for the same old places over Christmas break? Charukesi Ramadurai offers the four best vacation options, whether you want to shop, laze or soak in some real culture.