The Valley comes to life on canvas

Rajkumari Sharma Tankha Glimpses of The Vale as the name suggest is an art exhibition that talks about the Valley alone. The beautiful locales, the snow-clad hills, the deep ravines, the colourful flowers and pious-looking Kashmiri women dressed in phirens, Artist Sireesha Srinivas has brought to life everything, at the Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre, […]Read More

Neer Naari Aur Vigyan

Rajkumari Sharma Tankha Driven by his passion to build an environmentally sustainable eco-system that ensures habitation of all its elements with any danger to any, environmentalist Rakesh Khatri has undertaken a project on water conservation, Neer, Naari Aur Vigyan. Khatri runs Eco Roots Foundation, an organisation that works for conservation of environment. As the name […]Read More

Ministry notice on environmental clearance

Team L&M The Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEF&CC) has provided a six months window, as a one-time opportunity to the units, which have not obtained prior environmental clearance to apply for the same. Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEF&CC) and State Environment Impact Assessment Authorities (SEIAAs) have been receiving proposals […]Read More

How to make organic colours for Holi?

By Arti Gaur The day after holi: pink, green and blue faces, rashes everywhere, body aches and pains—all this and more is the result of using chemical laced colours. Don’t let harsh chemicals dampen your spirits. All you have to do is raid your kitchen, kitchen garden or your granny’s spice rack and celebrate it […]Read More


Jabalpur, the third-largest urban agglomeration in Madhya Pradesh, has some unusual gems around it apart from the famous Madan Mahal Fort, Dhuandhar Falls and Marble Rocks at Bhedaghat and Rani Durgawati Museum. V2 take you on a trip to explore the unexplored When a journey takes almost 10 hours more than the time you had expected, it […]Read More

Kerala offers new initiatives, attractions and destinations

Be it the Green Carpet initiative, the first-of-its kind in Kerala, which aims at building a sustainable destination management system in the state through participations and partnerships; the Spice Route Revival Project that links the southwestern coast of India to Europe or the Kochi Muziris Biennale, the international contemporary art festival, the Department of Tourism in God’s […]Read More

How to keep allergies away during Holi?

By Arti Gaur Whether you paint the town red, white or blue, this holi, you can keep cold and cough at bay—that occurs thanks to catching a chill in the wet clothes or an allergic reaction to the number of particulates that float in post-holi air—with these simple yogic techniques. 1.  JAL NETI:  (Nasal cleansing) […]Read More

Choose Holi colours wisely

Rajkumari Sharma Tankha So guys, Holi is here, again. I am sure you all love playing with colours, as much as I do. But then, what about the effects of these colours on your skin and hair? Have you thought about it? Yes, lots of colours you get in the market these days are industrial […]Read More