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Your Cover Story on Pune’s Com­mis­sioner, Rashmi Shukla was such a re­fresh­ing change from the run of the mill ac­tor in­ter­views. I was very pleased to see her speak­ing to can­didly and pas­sion­ately about her job. It is with­out doubt that she has made a pos­i­tive im­pact on the city, and I am so proud that she has achieved all she has, be­ing a woman. In­dia def­i­nitely needs more peo­ple like her.

Franny D’souza

I re­ally en­joyed your Travel column in the last is­sue. Wildlife spot­ting is a favourite ac­tiv­ity of mine, and I liked how your au­thor had listed all the places which are quite close to the city and would there­fore make a per­fect getaway for short breaks. I ap­pre­ci­ate the in­for­ma­tion as well, and will def­i­nitely be us­ing some of the tips when I plan my next sa­fari.

Dr S Ad­hikari

While I re­ally en­joyed look­ing at the pic­tures of your Fash­ion spread on jew­ellery, I just wish you’ll could have given us some more in­for­ma­tion about them. Like maybe a bet­ter de­scrip­tion, more in­for­ma­tion on ma­te­ri­als used, price, etc.

Babita Malkani

Wow! Your ar­ti­cle on Beau­ti­ful Homes was sim­ply stun­ning. If I am not mis­taken, you have never fea­tured this de­signer, El­ham Mirza’s work be­fore. The house looked tra­di­tional and yet so beau­ti­ful. It is an in­spi­ra­tion for sure for an in­te­rior de­sign stu­dent like me. I al­ways look for­ward to this par­tic­u­lar column of yours. Please do con­tinue fea­tur­ing such out­stand­ing homes!

Misha Mal­ho­tra

Your recipes this time were in­ter­est­ing for sure. Even though I feel we are al­ready in the heat of sum­mer and can’t re­ally call it spring­time, I think I’m go­ing to give some of these recipes a shot and see how they turn out. Don’t be sur­prised if you hear from me again next month, up­dat­ing you about how my ex­per­i­ments in the kitchen went!

K Dar­shana

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