Does anybody remember Woodstock ‘69? The ones who do, would do well to tell the others. Woodstock ‘69 was one event where everyone let their hair down, gave in to great music and partied like there was no tomorrow. In case you’re wondering why we’re talking about Woodstock ‘69, well, you’ll be glad to know that you can find something of the sort in Pune too- just not as mismanaged and a bit more grounded.

Tapped is India’s first craft beer, food and music festival and it’s coming to Pune once again for it’s 7th iteration. We already know what we’re doing on August 4 the question is, will you be there or will you be square?

The sheer number of things you can partake in here are more than what you bargained for and if you’re anything like us, you’re going to try the fun stuff out for yourself. For one, there’s going to be craft beer- and loads of it.

With over 35 varieties of craft beers to try, you’ll be in a whirlwind of flavours deciding which one you liked the most. Apart from that, there will also be a few beer brand launches, meaning you’ll be the first one to try them out.

Though we don’t really need to say more at this point because surely the attraction of so much beer has lured you in, there’s loads of other things to do here as well. There’s going to be wild musical performances by a fascinating lineup of musicians, several party games that will bring the crowd together and of course, food, lots and lots of food.

In case you’re thinking there’s going to be run of the mill street food, you’re in for a huge surprise. They’ve got the best dishes from all over Goa and Mumbai to elevate the taste of your beer to the next level. So be sure they also have something for the epicure in you.

Tapped- India’s first & biggest craft beer, food & music festival, is coming back to town and it will take place on 4th August, 2019. So if you are looking for a great experience full of music, dance and booze, be sure to book your tickets here.

Explore the tranquil side of Lucknow as you walk along THESE 5 ghats of River Gomti!

Every ghat in Lucknow offers a different aspect for visitors to explore.

As per folklore, the story of Lucknow traces its origins to the times of Ramayan and expanding upon this rich cultural heritage, are the ghats of Gomti River, situated in Lucknow. Famous among locals for their architectural nuances and placid scenery, these ghats play myriad roles- ranging from cremation sites to backdrops for film shootings.

Hence, it is only appropriate that a list of these tranquil banks is created, for all those who feel like exploring the City of Nawabs in its entirety. So tag along with us as we catalogue 5 of the famous ghats of Lucknow, that you should know about and visit when the situation permits!

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Alarmed by the anticipation of the third pandemic wave and its expected effects on children, Lucknow's Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Institute of Medical Sciences had started multifaceted preparations. As per the latest developments, the healthcare centre will now be providing ventilator facilities for young infants weighing as little as 2.5 kgs. Usually, such resources are not available for newborns but the hospital has deployed extensive efforts aiming to protect lives, in every possible way.

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Know about Poee, the legend from Goa's 'breadtime' tales!

Here's a little history about this flour-dusted masterpiece and the places where you can find the best of it.

Amidst the natural bounties of Goa, are oodles of hyperlocal stories, secrets and facts, that are not too accessible by the travellers but to the locals of course. Several dishes, recipes, ingredients, constitute a significant part of these local tales. However, when people think of Goan cuisine, they seldom go beyond the grips of dishes that are a part of the mainstream coastal cuisine.

Visitors completely fail to recognize the importance of Goan varieties of bread in face of the state's inclination towards rice as a preferred side to their bowl of Xacuti or Sorpotel. Goan markets house several sorts of fresh bread but amidst all, Poee is the one which is well-regarded by all. Also spelt as Poi, here's a little history about this flour-dusted masterpiece and the places where you can find the best of it.

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Lucknow University staff to bear the educational expenses of pandemic-orphaned pupils!

The Vice Chancellor took the responsibility of one such student on Friday and appealed to other professors to take similar steps.

Initiating a new welfare program, it has been said that the Vice-Chancellor and other professors at Lucknow University will bear the educational expenses of students who have lost one or both parents to the pandemic. Under this scheme, the VC took the responsibility of one such student on Friday and requested other professors to take similar steps. As per reports, the Registrar, Chief Proctor and the Dean of the Students' Welfare Department will now bear expenses of one child each.

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Local train services halt across some major routes in Mumbai due to heavy downpours!

As per the Central Railway, the speed of trains have been reduced along certain lines, in view of the rains.

With the early arrival of the monsoons, heavy rains have enveloped the city of Mumbai, causing obstructions across a range of daily public activities. As per the latest developments, the continuous downpour has interrupted the run of local trains at some major spots in the city. Reportedly, the services were suspended between the Dadar-Kurla stretch due to elevated water levels and the operations were also stopped at Sion in view of the waterlogging.

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