App by fashion designer Purvi Doshi helps you trace a clothes’ origin story

Renowned fashion designer Purvi Doshi known for her sustainable clothing label, ‘Purvi Doshi’ recently launched the ‘Traceability’ app, hoping to bring in transparency among consumers. This unique app offers a user the source map, land where the cotton grew and textile has been woven, names, pictures and beautiful stories of weaver, dyers, spinners, tailors. Continue Reading

Marina Sands at Ramada, Egmore offers delicious seafood

The newly inaugurated Marina Sands at Ramada, Egmore might be the best option if you are planning to eat the finest seafood. Offering a plethora of dishes ranging from fish, lobsters, shrimps, salmons, prawns, among others, the restaurant boasts of several mouth-watering starters. Continue Reading

Experts, analysts and business leaders react following corporate tax rate cut

20 September was yet another day of surprise for our economy when Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman told that the government has cut corporate tax rate for companies that do not avail of any tax incentive to 22 per cent. News Today reached out to Chennai-based chattered accountants and financial experts to hear their opinion. Continue Reading

When Madras came to a standstill during World War 2

World War 2 changed the course of our history as we know it.This week marks its 80th anniversary. The Russian center of science and culture have organised a photo exhibition until 7 September that shows the days of Madras during the great war. Continue Reading

Chennai-based author pens poetry, uses Facebook to promote writings

When Ravi Ranganathan spent his days working hard in a leading bank as a senior officer, little did he know that he would be spending his time writing fiction post retirement. Today, the resident of Saligramam had published two books to his name. Continue Reading

Radisson Blu Hotel GRT unveils G7 summit inspired food festival

When we think about the G7 Summit, the first thought that probably comes to our head is what leaders of these nations will discuss. Any new MoUs to be signed? New deals? Politics, politics. But the chefs at Radisson Blu Hotel GRT near Chennai Intl Airport had other things in mind. Continue Reading

‘The Boys’ on Amazon Prime explores dark side of superheroes

The Boys is a superhero web television series based on the comic book of the same name by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson. Developed by Eric Kripke for Amazon, it follows the titular team of vigilantes fighting against a group of superheroes who abuse their power. Continue Reading

Meghna Pant’s ‘How to get published in India’ offers plentiful writing tips

‘How to get published in India’ by Meghna Pant is an easy to read guide on what it takes to become a published writer. The book is split into two sections; writing and publishing. Continue Reading

On JK Rowling’s birthday, here’s why Harry Potter continues to cast magic

When ‘Pride and Prejudice’ were released, little did Jane Austen knew what she was about to make a dent in the soul of literature. When ‘1984’ was launched, George Orwell scared us with the dangers of a world under constant surveillance. And when ‘Harry Potter’ was released by Bloomsbury, it made history. Continue Reading

Mythology man Amish Tripathi talks about Raavan and writing

Thanks to him, mythology has now become one of the most read genres. Amish is a busy man these days, travelling across the country to promote his latest book, Raavan: Enemy of Aryavarta, from the Ram Chandra series. Continue Reading