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Screening of Films/Documentaries
(Doc Film) Wildes Skandinavien - Das Abenteuer (Wild Scandinavia - The Adventure): (German/2013/53mins) Dir.Heiko De Groot Rugged fjords, erupting volcanoes, cliffy coasts and primeval forests - the series "Wild Scandinavia" presents the untamed nature in Northern Europe in breath-taking pictures. Far from human settlements the film crews managed to capture impressive, never seen scenes of polar bears, musk oxen, brown bears, arctic foxes or elks. "The Adventure" takes a look behind the scenes and features the sometimes dangerous, sometime bizarre and exciting adventures of the nature film makers during their three years filming work. The four teams have been out in the most remote regions from Denmark to Greenland and Iceland to Finland - to document unique animal behaviour and the breathtaking landscapes of the far North, spanning four years of production with almost 2.000 shooting days in the field. Collab: CMS Vatavaran
Time: Nov 24, 07:00 pm
Venue: India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi.
Burger festival
Rajasthani Food Festival @ Radisson Blu: Radisson Blu Hotel Kaushambi is featuring ‘Rajasthani Food Festival at Kama . The hotel is all set to take you through a royal culinary journey of authentic rich cuisine of Rajasthan. Meal for two is priced at Rs. 2000/- Plus Taxes

Chef Vikas Nigam at Kama has designed an extensive a la Carte menu specially for this festival. Each day the menu will feature different Rajasthani specialties .

Embark upon the regal tour of authentic delicacies ,to name a few Tonki Jhinga (prawn steeped in a royal cream marinade with a hint of cardamom and mace gilded in the tandoor), Maas Ka Sule (clove smoked mutton kebab) Kumbalgarh Ki Mutton Chap (spinach & curd marinated lamb chopcooked in tandoor), Khaddh Malai Murgh Tikka (spicy marinated chicken cooked in khaddh)Paneer Jaiselmeri Tikka (spicy, clove flavored paneer kebab)Bhutte Ke Kebab (baby corn, American corn flavored with cinnamon)Rajasthani Sampler(pyaz ki kachori,mirchi vada,potli samosa)Kair Sangari Ka Kebab (traditional kebab from Rajasthan)followed by soups-- Makai Ki Rab (delicacy from Rajasthan)and Murgh Udaigiri Shorba(chicken broth shorba).

Main course includes Laal Maas (delicacy of Rajasthan) Jungli Mas (mutton cooked with whole Garam masala) Murgh Ka Mukul (chicken chunks cooked with bellpeper & Cashewnut gravy)Murgh Ka Sweta (chicken cooked with crushed corn & onion tomato) , Jaisamandi Macchli (traditional fish curry from Udaipur)Dal Jodhpuri with Bati , Barmer Gobhi (fresh gobi cooked with sesame seed, peanut masala), Masala Poori , Bajre ki roti, for the sweet tooth savour the Til Aur Nariyal Gari Ka Churma , Laal Mohan (gulab jamun stuff with dry fruit, mava, & saffron) Zafrani Malai Ghewar (pure ghee, khoya, white flour batter fried ring stuff with saffron rabri)...

Time: Nov 20 - Dec 6, 2015
Venue: Radisson Blu, H - 3, Kaushambi, Sector - 14, Kaushambi, Delhi NCR.
Timings: 7.30 PM to 11.30 PM
Meal for Two Price - Rs. 2000/- Plus Taxes
Restaurant Offers
Doughnuts at Cakewalk: Park Plaza Noida is featuring ‘Doughnuts’ extravaganza at Cakewalk for sheer indulgence of one and all. The freshly baked doughnuts promise a delightful experience for your taste buds.
Go nutty over the irresistible doughnuts in variety of flavors like Chococino, Fennel, Butterscotch, Chococherry, Crusted cornflakes, Sugar and Cinnamon Sugar.
Date: Till 30th Sep
Time:11.00 AM to 10.00 PM
Venue: Park Plaza, C Block, Sector 55, Noida.
Price: Rs. 129/- each plus taxes
Connaught Place: Delhi’s thumping heart
A Day out at North Campus, DU
If you have not explored North Delhi yet then it is about time you do. There is a lot that this place can offer in terms of places to see, shopping areas as well wonderful eateries and restaurants. Clean wide roads with various colleges under Delhi University, North Delhi’s North Campus is definitely worth more than one visit.
From Shawarma worth Rs. 35 to summer dresses worth Rs.400, the place is flooded mostly with students.

Roshnara Bagh
While on a visit, you can visit the grand park made by the government. You can easily take beautiful evening strolls in this open park with beautiful flowers and lanes made for joggers and people who want to leisurely spend their evenings.

Ridge Road
Returning from North campus without visiting Ridge Road would be a grave mistake. A perfect hang out place for families, couples and friends, the entrance to the park in Ridge Road has a considerable number of monkeys. But the walk in the park once inside is bound to be peaceful and if you are lucky you may also spot peacocks here.

Kamla Nagar Market
People shopping on a budget can actually find lots of trendy stuff right outside Adidas, UCB, Shoe Tree and other such swanky showrooms. From leggings to tank tops to hot pants to summer dresses to colourful wallets and even shoes and flip flops, you can find just about anything in these makeshift shops which have items priced roughly between Rs. 200 to Rs. 750.
You can also walk in to Miss Jo for accessories, jewellery and eyewear. Or if you want to get adventurous then try shopping for jewellery from small little shops that are huddled along the
Bungalow road.
The market is also ideal for picking home furnishing items. You can find beautiful lamps, pillow cases, sheets and other items to decorate the interiors of your home.

Big Yellow Door (BYD)
This place deserves special mention when it comes to sumptuous food at affordable cost. A meal for two here would cost you around Rs.500. The place is almost always packed with all kinds of people starting from students to families to even foreigners. Apart from scrumptious pastas, the place also serves mouth watering burgers. Do try the cheese bomb burger when you are at BYD. Order flavoursome shakes too along with your food. The cold coffee here is really amazing. However, if you are planning to visit, you should be ready to wait to get a table. Patience after all pays and in this case the wait is totally worth it.

Food, food and food…
While you are on your shopping spree, you can munch on the popular momos that a man serves in a crammed spot on the lane lined with book stores. Wash it down with the local lemon soda or ‘bantas’ that are easily available at every corner. You could also try the bhel puris here. The market is renowned for the chat as well. Yet another food item to try are the shawarmas sold in a makeshift shop tucked away in one of the narrow lanes of the market.

Once exhausted from shopping, you can give your feet a little rest by enjoying some Chinese food at QD’s. Do try the Tandoori momos – most people flock to the place especially for these specially made momos. Although the market has these big food chains like KFC, McDonald’s, Costa Coffee and Berco’s, the little eateries can offer better options and unique dishes at reasonable rates.

A lot of newly established restaurants have mushroomed in Hudson Lane. For a variety of cuisines, for instance, you can try Taxi restaurant. You can find, North Indian, Chinese, Lebanese, Mexican as well as Italian dishes here. Two things to try here would be the lasagne and the Singapore Chowmein.

For Korean dish lovers, mayo rice from Kori’s would definitely be inviting. If you are looking for Naga cuisine then you can go to Bamboo hut. Popular for its pork dishes, you should try the pork ribs, bamboo shoot pork and pork fried rice here.

If you are wandering around the campus and want to eat something, preferably vegetarian then you could also venture into the railway canteen in Arts Faculty. The place is known for its greasy but yummy choley bhature. What is more the food yet will not cost you beyond Rs. 70 to 80. Traffic Jam a popular shake that is available in almost all juice shops is also worth tasting. In fact it is actually filling. And after you are done, you can join the many youngsters who are quite often found enjoying a game of carom or just take a long stroll or just hang out underneath huge trees that are planted all across.

By: Annu Choudhury
Delhi "aAj kAl": Photo exhibit showcasing the heritage of Delhi mixed with colors of the modern world. By artists Mukesh Khugsal & Ashish Singh Bisht
Date: 01st September - 30th September, 2015
Venue: Delhi ’o’ Delhi Foyer, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi.
The Hell Race
The Hell Race 2015, this season, will be a 3 days event from December 5 to December 7. It will be held in the Dhauladhar range of Himalayas. The track is a combination that has a stiff uphill to test your mental strength, a fast paced downhill to get your adrenaline pumping & a technical single-track with broken rocks, flowing water streams, hanging bridges and fallen trees.

This isn’t just a bike race. The race would reach to the next level when you will face some non rideable patches in the track. There you would carry your bike on your shoulders & walk to cross and complete the same. So get set, register and prepare yourself for one hell of the race and put yourself to test in the worst.
Earning a ‘Finisher Tag’ would be nonetheless a pride of achieving the invincible.


Entry Fee: ? 6500
Total Distance: 55km

Total Elevation Gain: 4200 meters
Cut off time:
Male 6.5 hrs
Female 8.5 hrs


December 5:
12:00 PM: Check in the Hotel
13:00-14:00 PM: Lunch
15:00 PM: Race Kit Distribution.
16:00 PM: Race and route Introduction
17:00 PM: Tea with snacks
20:00 PM: Dinner
22:00 PM: Light Off

December 6:
5:00 AM: Wakeup Call
6:00 AM: Breakfast
7:00 AM: Race Start
15:30 PM: Cut Off Time of Race
17:00 PM: Result Declaration and Prize distribution.
19:00 PM: Dinner Party with music and cocktail
00:00 AM: Lights Off

December 7:
7:00 AM: Wake Up Call
8:00 AM: Breakfast
10:00 AM: Check Out the Hotel

Included in entry fee
All accommodation for the duration of the race on twin share basis.
Set breakfast and evening meal during the race
All necessary permits
Transfers by coach from race finish to Bir
Transfer of bikes by vehicle back to Bir
Vehicle support (where possible) during race stages
Manned water stations with bottled water and food during Race
Fully qualified medical team
On site bike mechanic
On site masseur
Finishers T-shirt, medal and certificate
Post-race party at the hotel in Bir.

Not included in entry fee -
International flights
Equipment including bike, helmet, clothing etc.
Private medical services or treatment, emergency medical treatment and emergency evacuation fee
Entry visas or immigration services
How to reach Bir

By train from Delhi
Option 1 — Train to Pathankot + bus/taxi onward to Bir
Option 2 — Train to Pathankot + toy train to Ahuj + Taxi to Bir

By bus from Delhi
Option 1 — Bus to Baijnath from ISBT + taxi onward to Bir
Option 2 — Bus to Kangra from ISBT + Taxi onward to Bir
Option 3 — Bus to Palampur from ISBT + Taxi onward to Bir
Option 2 — Bus to Mandi from ISBT + Taxi onward to Bir

NB: The area where this event would takes place is extremely remote with few or no medical facilities. In the event of an emergency it may be necessary to evacuate an injured or seriously ill competitor by Ambulance. It is a condition of entry that all competitors have suitable insurance covering them for taking part in this event. Any competitor without the necessary insurance will not be allowed to take part.

All competitors shall be required to sign a personal liability waiver in order to participate in the race.

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Diwali Hampers @ Radisson Blu Plaza Delhi: Festivity is in the air , with Festivals galore all around . This forthcoming Diwali, gift in style with Radisson Blu Plaza Delhi’s elegant Diwali Hampers. The hotel has put together different Diwali Hampers to suit different requirements be it a corporate gift or gift for friends and relatives.

Extend your festive greetings to your business associates, friends and family with a very special gesture. Gift a signature Diwali gift hamper from a vast choice at The Pastry Shop –A discerning selection of the finest confectionery and even the finest international wine. Get it customized to your liking. An elegant expression that will
heighten the Diwali spirit.

Price : Rs. 2000 ++ onwards

Theatre Weekend

(Hindi) Taj Mahal Ka Tender: What would have been the fate of Shah Jahan's Taj Mahal had the emperor lived in the present times? That's the theme of this hilarious burlesque. The persistent Shahjahan, in no mood to accept excuses for delays, sends the Government construction department into a tizzy. The engineers and overseers get down to business to fulfill emperor's wish, as if they really could. An outbreak of activities ensue but in typified sarkari manner. Tenders are issued. Contractors are hired. But, does the project see light of the day? Or, does the mogul emperor, fast forwarded in the time, become a victim of the system himself? Whatever may happen to the wonder tomb, but the lofty laughter castles are assured, as the curtain raises on 'Taj Mahal ka Tender'.
Time: Nov 29, 7.00pm
Venue: Akshara Theatre, Baba Kharak Singh Marg, Near Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, Delhi.

Music & Dance

(Music & Film) Opera At Habitat Series - Donizetti’s La Fille Du Regiment (The Daughter Of The Regiment), (French with English subtitles/130mins)
Conductor: Bruno Campanella, starring Natalie Dessay and Juan Deigo Florez. Sunit Tandon introduces a video recording of a live production from the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, of Donizetti’s sparkling comedy with some of the most spectacularly gymnastic vocal writing for the leading soprano and tenor. The simple story concerns Marie, a young orphan girl raised by an entire army regiment as their mascot and her love for Tonio, who joins the regiment just to be near her. Complications and comedy ensue when her true identity is discovered...
Time: Nov 24, 07:00 pm
Venue: India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

(Music) Sarod recital by Mallar Rakahit, disciple of Pt.Budhadeb Dasgupta
Time: Nov 25, 07:00 pm
Venue: India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi

(Music) Gaane Goppe Rabindranath Songs by Prabuddha Raha and Narration by Shamita Chatterjee. Collab: Impresario India
Time: Nov 29, 07:00 pm
Venue: India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi

(Music) Sitar recital by Ustad Nishat Khan
Date: Nov 30, 07:00 pm
Venue: India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi

Basics of Photography Workshop

If you own a camera and want to fully exploit its features; aren't satisfied with your pictures, or long to leave the auto mode behind, the Basics of Photography Workshop is for you. Delving into both the art and the science of photography, this Workshop will help you make your DSLR an extension of your body and mind, so matters of exposure, focusing and metering don't interfere with the translation of your glorious vision to an unforgettable image, as our illustrious professional photographers use their experience of having trained more than 7000 enthusiasts to ensure you step out transformed and empowered to unleash your imagination and wield the camera like a wand.
Time: Aug 1, 2015
Venue: Hotel La Suite, E 2/14, East Patel Nagar, Delhi.