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2015: A year for celebrating women

2015 has been a great year for women, with females finally beginning to receive the recognition that we deserve. From great sporting achievements to political advancements, women have been at the forefront of some of top news stories this year. Here at WeAreTheCity, we’ve put together our list of memorable...
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My Mumbai Heaven | Yesteryear simplicity makes a comeback with- ‘Yellow Bar All Day’ A project by celebrated hoteliers Timmy Narang & Nicky Bedi(Yellow Tree Hospitality)

“There is sophistication in simplicity” – Leonardo Da Vinci Nothing can be more befitting than Da Vinci’s for Mumbai’s newest Bar All Day- Yellow, in the hustling-bustling area at Khar,Mumbai. Why Yellow, you ask? celebrated Restaurateurs Timmy Narang & Mr.Nicky Bedi, M.D, Yellow Tree Hospitality reason it out saying “...
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Inspirational Woman: Ruchika Beri | Founder, Tarot encounters

Tell us about yourself I am a digital marketing and branding professional with seven plus years of work experience. My last stint was with Bestdealfinance.com and prior to that I have worked with renowned companies such as Ziqitza Health Care Limited, AEGON Religare Life Insurance, iVolunteer. I have had a...
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The Journey and Impact of the Fusion Events

Forging Friendships, Partnerships & Relationships Aspiring to Enhance Diversity & Inclusion! Fusion was launched on 10th November 2013 and has directly impacted lives of 259 people with and without disability! Fusion is our innovative effort towards raising awareness regarding the abilities of disabled people, facilitating and speeding up all round...
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Geeta Chandran showcases her solo show, ANTARANGAM: Murmurs of the Heart

Last Thursday (10th December) saw Geeta Chandran’s solo Bharatanatyam presentation, ANTARANGAM: Murmurs of the Heart, come to the Stein Auditorium, New Delhi. It was as a medium of communication that expressed the intensity of the synergy between body and soul. It showcased sensuousness and how the soft and understated becomes the...
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Monkey Business in Mathura | Piya Bose, Girls on the Go

Ever since I reached the age of reason and resistance, I found myself questioning all the religious customs that I was expected to conform to. Over the years, however, I have developed a strange curiosity, perhaps bordering on spiritual, to explore popular religious hubs associated with major world religions and...
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Inspirational Woman: Sonali Bhattacharya | Elocutionist, SOHAG

Tell us about yourself, your background and what you do currently I was born into a culturally rich, orthodox family but I am fortunate that despite my family being traditional, its progressive and forward-looking outlook has given me all the support to follow my mission and to become who I...
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Female Entrepreneur: Harika Jeewak | Founder of Aawestruck

Tell us about yourself I come from a very simple and orthodox family in Hyderabad. My parents have always encouraged me to follow my dreams and live my life on my own terms. I always loved this lesson from 4th grade “The road less travelled” by Robert Frost and eventually...
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Travel Essentials – Minimum Baggage Maximum Freedom!

The first time I traveled outside India, it was to New Zealand for my honeymoon. Since it was first time, the super-excited soul in me carried my whole wardrobe out there. Being our “honeymoon”, I could carry all of it but I did realize I’d taken loads of unnecessary items...
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Culturama – December 2015

This months issue is all about the seasonal festivities! Think December and Christmas instantly comes to mind. The Festival of the Month gives you a list of churches, places to go to for lunch or for Christmas treats, and charities you can donate to. We have also published the winning...
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