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Summer white wines!

“White Wine Please” – It’s summer and it’s time to break out those whites. So the next time you are about to order a glass of white, keep these four different varieties in mind and make your choice based on your personal taste preferences. Although there are hundreds of different varieties in this world -between old world and new world grapes, I’d like to talk about four of the most common, most commercial and most readily available white wines in almost all parts of the world.

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Unraveling ruminations : "The Matrilineal Society of Meghalaya"

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The Matrilineal Society of Meghalaya: Where Gender Equality is Not an Utopia

Last September, I had the opportunity of visiting one of the most beautiful sisters of the Seven Sisters of India with my husband for a five day tour. It might sound surprising but this was my first visit to the mountains in the true sense of the term and Shillong, popularly known as the Scotland of the East for its lush meadows, was just perfect.

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Meet the Author : Koral Dasgupta

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Fall Winter Collections is a journey, from one winter to another. In an exclusive interview with B'khush Columnist Ananya Mukherjee, author Koral Dasgupta shares how the book is about transformations, which is not forced but happens organically as you mature and judge life from a broader perspective, or happens when you stop judging life and accept the elements as they are, finding beauty in their humble being.

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Words:Technologically Yours

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As technology ushers cultural changes, it hardly omits linguistic trading. That explains why dictionaries come up with new words and newer and trending meanings of existing words. As the twenty-first century vocabulary slithers its way through everyday speech, what remains noteworthy is the way older words are modified to mean something entirely different than what they earlier did.  It’s disconcerting to realize that our expressions are either passé or do not convey the import.

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Wordstock - Annoying Americanisms or Boring Briticisms?

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Long before English lost its immaculate British sheen to its American counterpart, the literary genius Oscar Wilde famously remarked: “We have really everything in common with America nowadays except, of course, language.”

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Wordstock- "Lady, err… Nah! Woman"

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Lady, err… Nah! Woman.

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Wordstock - Prickly Pronunciations

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Prickly Pronunciations

 

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Wordstock - "Practice safe text"

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Practice Safe Text!

(Grammar Matters)

 

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It'll be Alright!

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It’ll be alright!

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Wordstock-How emotional are you about Emoticons?

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How emotional are you about Emoticons?

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