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Eid, Iftar party, Iftar, Ramzan

Eid Mubarak: Why I regret never being invited to an iftar

No, it is not about the food alone.


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Old delhi, Lucknow, Ajmer, India

Foodies, your Ramadan-Iftar travel paradise is right here in India!

Just like all other Indian festivals, no Ramadan is the same for us. Every city has its own unique traditions as well as its trademark festival cuisine.


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Politics, Congress, BJP, Islam

When the iftar was just another political party

The 'political iftar' dinner was sheer tokenism, often seen as minority 'appeasement'. Its demise is fortunate – it lets ordinary Indians reclaim the iftar, rediscover true secularism.


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Interfaith, Food, Iftar, Ramzan

Guess who's coming to (iftar) dinner?

Break bread – and narrow boundaries too. Invite those fasting for Ramzan to relieve their hunger, thirst at an iftar hosted by you.


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Pranab Mukherjee, BJP, Narendra Modi, Rashtrapati Bhawan

Don't expect Rashtrapati Bhavan to host iftar for the next five years

NDA’s presidential candidate Ram Nath Kovind, if elected, is unlikely to continue the tradition of his predecessors.


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Interfaith, Ramzan, Iftar, Eid

How a group of women stirred up a silent revolution this Ramzan

Let's save the world, one iftar at a time.


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RSS, Congress, Ramzan, Iftar

RSS hosts first iftar under Modi sarkar. Why won't foreign embassies?

A number of missions had given the religio-political event a pass in 2015.


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Iftar, IPL Verdict, Lalu Yadav, Pluto Flyby

We, the idiots of Earth

Pluto flyby was playing out three billion miles away and what was happening in the world of Indian politics.


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Narendra Modi, Iftar, Muslims

Iftar invite: It's not you Pranab Mukherjee, Mr Modi doesn't like Muslim festivals

For PM, reaching out to the community won't involve being part of any event that has a religious flavour


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Iftar, Congress, Sonia Gandhi

What Sonia Gandhi's iftar party says about Indian politics

The bonhomie and simplicity of the unfolding tableau was a reminder of the united colours of India.