Clad in Dhoti, Sari Tamil Style

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Chennai: Picture an underwater wedding and one might think of a couple clad in tight fitting scuba attire and heavy gear. Perhaps, all of this in an exotic foreign destination.  But a techie couple in Chennai has proven that they can get married underwater, the desi style – groom clad in a Dhoti and Shirt, Bride in a sari, amid decorations and cameras, at a depth of 60 feet!

The groom Chinnadurai, who hails from Tiruvannamalai, says that his and bride Swetha’s was a perfectly arranged marriage and that the decision to go underwater was

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Meet Dr. Cheese, the Scientist Behind Pizza Hut’s New Detroit-Style Pizza

  • Nitin Joshi and the Pizza Hut team made as many as 600 pizzas before settling on the right recipe for the chain’s new Detroit-style pizza.
  • Due to COVID-19 lockdowns, Joshi worked on much of the project from his home last year.

Related: What are the elements of an authentic Detroit-style pizza?

When Pizza Hut needed help developing its new Detroit-style pizza, it turned to a Dairy Management, Inc. scientist who goes by the nickname, “Dr. Cheese.”

According to Dairy Foods, Dr. Nitin Joshi, the vice president of product development for Dairy Management, Inc. (DMI), and other DMI leaders

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Locked down Perthshire cinema launches Netflix-style streaming service for home viewing

A Perthshire picture house which is battling to survive lockdown has launched Scotland’s first cinema-run streaming service.

The Netflix-like feature will give fans the chance to watch new releases, obscure gems and much-loved classics while showing their support for the Birks Cinema in Aberfeldy.

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Robin Baker of the Birks Cinema Trust.

The art deco auditorium has been closed to the public since November, when pandemic restrictions were tightened up across Perth and Kinross.

Its new streaming service, only the second of its kind in Britain, gives viewers the chance to buy or rent movies to watch

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Deepa Mehta Prepares Women-Centric ‘Get Out’ Style Horror Film

Indo-Canadian filmmaker Deepa Mehta’s next film is a “Get Out”-style supernatural thriller, she revealed on Tuesday.

Speaking at a virtual event organized by Indian socio-cultural organization, the Prabha Khaitan Foundation, Mehta said, “There’s a horror film that I’m working on, which I’m so intrigued about because it’s like ‘Get Out,’ a supernatural thriller, which actually is about women.”

Mehta is also developing Madhuri Vijay’s award-winning 2019 novel “The Far Field” as one of her next projects with Huma Qureshi, the star of her Netflix series “Leila.”

“The Far Field” traces the journey of a woman from Bengaluru to the troubled

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For a Generation, Writing in Joan Didion House Style

As a child, Joan Didion thought a great deal about meaninglessness. “[It] seemed at the time the most prominent negative feature on the horizon,” she wrote in her 2005 memoir, The Year of Magical Thinking. She goes on to list earthquakes and certain rituals of domestic life—making gumbo, arranging stacks of clean towels—as fragments that mattered to her. Cohesion felt impossible, she wrote, so she found solace in the specific. In a 1979 interview with the critic Michiko Kakutani, Didion said she believed that nothing matters. She also believed, more strongly, that it is worth making a record of … Read More

Viewers say Style Counsellors star ‘who doesn’t think she’s pretty’ didn’t even need makeover

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Viewers of RTÉ’S The Style Counsellors were shocked at how single mother Andrea told host Suzanne Jackson that really didn’t think she was pretty and often didn’t like what she saw in the mirror.

Andrea from Drogheda appeared on the show and spoke to Eileen Smith and Suzanne Jackson about how she had lost her confidence and fallen into a rut.

The 30-year-old had lost her job in the hospitality sector due to the pandemic and she found herself living in tracksuit bottoms and pyjamas.

Andrea admitted that she had ‘lost any sense of style’ and

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