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The Indian Ahlian (sometimes known as Vasudha Srinivasan) is 99.99 % Indian with a pinch of something else. She sketches because she is much better at doodling her thoughts than speaking her mind. Find out more about her at here or tweet her @indianahlian.

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Singapore

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Delhi 6 Frontier Cuisine North Indian Restaurant

I ordered food through deliveroo and they could not send one of the food items I ordered. When I called to enquire, they kindly offered a free substitute in my next order. I had a very smooth customer experience with them.Definitely recommend tasting the drink Khus - it's not for everyone but definitely worth a try. It's neon green, slightly fizzy with a wonderfully woody taste.

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I am ready da: Chatting with Aravind SA (Part 1)

Editor’s note: This interview is Part 1 of our conversation with SA. It has been edited for grammatical accuracy and clarity but may contain speaking quirks of the interviewee. This ...

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Comedically Serious: A Chat with Vir Das - Part 2

Editor’s note: This interview is Part 2 of our conversation with Vir Das  It has been edited for grammatical accuracy and clarity. This is not for the weak as it ...

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Comedically Serious: A Chat with Vir Das - Part 1

Editor’s note: This interview is Part 1 of our conversation with Vir. It has been edited for grammatical accuracy and clarity. This is not for the weak as it contains ...

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Dear Liar, Truthfully Yours, Ratna Pathak

Editor's Note: This is part 1 of a featured interview with actress and director Ratna Pathak Shah. This interview has been edited for clarity.Ratna Pathak Shah, as her name implies, ...

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Decocting Karthik Kumar’s Second Decoction

This is a review of a standup show I recently attended. In his second special, Second Decoction, Karthik Kumar, using personal  experiences, comments on the life of the Indian middle class. And that’s ...

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Laugh Through Your Weekend - A Hilarious Chat With Karthik Kumar & Sorabh Pant ft Daniel Fernandes

Author’s Note: This article contains “adult themes and strong language”. It may not be suitable for the young (or those who only like weak words) KK: And if you don’t recognise ...

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Who are you? Madrasi-da!

When the strains of "Adi Rakkama Kaiya Thattu", the toe thumping hit from Mani Ratnam's film Thalapathi*, filters through the speakers, you know you’re in the thick of a full ...

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Anything Can Happen With Anupam Kher!

"Let's start with the interview...you are talking about your apprehensions even before I have said anything!"When you have to speak to the star of a play that’s entitled "Kuch Bhi ...

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February Kaamic: Indian Superpower No.2

Ah, the beauty of using another language in our native tongue! How creatively we adopt commonplace words and craft them so they can mean more than just what they ...

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5 Indian Cocktails Recipes That You Absolutely Must Try

Hear the words Indian and alcohol, more often that not, it conjures up pictures of Old Monk, Kingfisher Beer and if you have led an adventurous life, Toddy. All of which ...

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Kaamic: Holiday Greetings!

 Holiday Greetings! And let's not forget Justin Timberlake. Enjoy sticking to your resolutions - if not, there is always next year!

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Chat over Chaat: Subhasish Chakraborty of DTDC

DTDC - literally, Door to Door Courier - is India's largest delivery network. Established over 25 years ago, it has 10,000 locations all over the world. While impressive in itself, ...

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July Kaamic: The Indian Dictionary

 Dear Baiz and Garlz,Vegetarian 1. Someone who eats plants, fruits and vegetables. Avoids meat and fish. May or may not have a debatable relationship with eggs.2. A dinner guest who creates ...

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Chat over Chaat: Umasankaran of Free Famous Food

I want to change the definition of what free means  The F word has never looked this set to take over Singapore. I mean, who doesn't like getting things for free ...

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June Kaamic – Indian Dating 101

The last time we met our intrepid hero, he was all slicked up for his first date. After a year, he's finally screwed up enough courage to ask his louly lady ...

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May Kaamic - The Indian Dictionary

Dear Baiz and Garlz,There are some occasions in life when you need new words to define the experiences you are going through.Why Amruthamisc? Coined from the indian word Amrutham, meaning ...

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Chat over Chaat : Haresh Tilani of Ministry of Funny

One of my favourite troll comments is “why your eyes so far apart!”Made up of old buds Terence and Haresh , there’s no way you can have escaped the comedic ...

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All in Bakwaas - A chat with Rohan Joshi of AIB

Maybe you shouldn’t talk to your mum about any of our videosThat quip neatly sums up what my chat with Rohan Joshi, one quarter of the phenomenon that is known ...

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April Kaamic - Nepal Earthquake

UPDATE : Thank you so much for your generous support - we received close to 200 likes and shares across all our platforms. As a cap was set and it wasn't maximised, ...

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Clowning with Rajat Kapoor

If anyone suffers fools gladly, it must be Shakespeare. After all, he is the craftsmen of so many from Touchstone (As you like it ) to “Clown” (Othello) and “the ...

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Chat over Chaat: Working the Workhouse

Think of a Little India anywhere in the world and you envision explosions of bright colours, sounds of various languages jostling for attention, the frenzied bustle of people and the ...

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Chat over Chaat: Rajesh Misir of Rang De Holi

We know Valentine’s is just over but it seems seems that the season of love isn’t ready to leave us yet. Coming up in early March, Holi, India’s spring festival ...

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RK Laxman: A Kaamic Tribute

RK Laxman, the brother of beloved writer RK Narayan, passed away on 26 January 2014 at the age of 93. Known best as the creator of the observant "Common Man" and ...

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How I met Kal Penn (aka HIMKP)

It was the summer of 2004 when I first met Kal Penn through his mate, John Cho. Mr Cho won my 16 year old self over in Off Centre, where he made douchey Asian ...

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Chat Over Chaat: Archana Patel from BookChocolate

Have you ever walked into a bookstore and wished you could buy that one extra book you knew would be too much of an indulgence? Or wandered aimlessly through the aisles, wishing ...

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December Kaamic - The Indian Hero (Dishoom Edition)

We took a break last month from our Kaamic but we're back this month with a look at the classic Indian Hero. Oh, you know the one - larger than ...

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Chat over Chaat: Meet Pav of The Hangar

Haaaaaaaave you met Pav? No? Well then... meet Pav (formally known as Pavan Khialani), owner of The Hangar.Till recently, the resident barista at Sarnies', Pav is a self taught coffee ninja ...

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Winner! : Kaaption 'September Kaamic' Pliz Contest

So last week, we set out a Kall for help to Kaaption our Kaamic. After some deliberation (and quite a bit of arguing because they were just too good )... we have a ...

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Kaaption 'September Kaamic' Pliz Contest

We had a long discussion around the Kaamic title for September without a result - which delayed it into October. We finally came to a compromise - where we are ...

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Kalaa Utsavam Pub Quiz 2015

We know you know All things Yindian and Yarty and it's about time you were rewarded for that knowledge. Come down to Mischief at Esplanade for our first-ever pub quiz ...

 
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