Out and about
- Rs 870 crore money trail: Why the Bhujbals are under scanner
- SC allows 'Make in India' event at Mumbai beach, PM to inaugurate
- Pawar defends Bhujbals, says Fadnavis govt indulging in vendetta politics
- Anupam Kher a great artiste, welcome to visit Pakistan: Abdul Basit
- Indian helicopters helped war against militants in Afghanistan: US General
With an increasing number of photography enthusiasts looking for training, this workshop is well-timed. Nikon will be conducting its first workshop in Chandigarh on January 20 for beginners who own D-SLR cameras. The workshop is an initiative of the Nikon School, which supports photographers by providing tips and expert guidance. The four-hour workshop is priced at Rs 600 and includes modules on the basic concept of digital camera and D-SLR technology. Address: Fern Residency, Industrial Area, Phase II. Registration will start at 11 am at the venue on a first-come-first-serve basis. Contact: 5043333
With the weather not allowing children to play outdoor, here's an activity that aims to keep young minds occupied. Oakridge International is organising a one-day art workshop with TV artiste Rob, popular from the MAD show on POGO on January 19. The workshop, open to children of all age groups, will be held at Oakridge International School, Mohali from 11.30 am to 1.30 pm and from 2.30 pm to 4.30 pm. Registration cost is Rs 300 for each child and parents will be allowed to accompany their wards.
Contact 18002008171 or 8283802944
Punjabi by Nature
Looking to tap into the desi flavours of the region is a new restaurant 5 AAB. Inspired by the historical name of Greater Punjab before Partition, the vegetarian Punjabi food outlet in Sector 22 serves only thalis. For Rs 225 per thali, one can savour unlimited portions of starters such as lassi, chutney, papad, snacks and a main course that contains around eight vegetarian dishes. Various types of breads, khichdi, rice and dessert are also a part of the meal. Special promotions related to Punjabi culture are in the offing as well. We were impressed that the dishes were neither greasy nor very spicy.
Compiled by Jagmeeta Thind Joy
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