The rules of engagement are fairly obvious: hang on to the safety equipment, keep your aim level by staying sober, and don't shoot the referee, ever.
Surprisingly affordable, the full package of guns, goggles, gloves, de rigueur camouflage gear and a CO2 tank to pump pellets with, begins at under USD (Rs 250). Worshipped in words, serenaded on screen, and now captured at an Indian cafe and brewed into a berry or a blossom tea.
It features 24 hours of battery life and claims to be a 'mini-disco on the move'.
Picture this: A room jam-packed with college students reeking of Natty Light and sweat.
The creative director, Radhika Gupta crosses (and re-crosses) rivers (and oceans) in style, to be the dream maker for the heartbreakingly lovely objets d'art scattered elegantly across her store."In a city filled with homogenized assembly line cafes, it's a small parcel of calmness," Gupta says.
It connects you to the world, but your cell phone could also be giving anyone from your boss to your wife a window into your every move.
Bookstores and bars, young galleries and fresh magazines, even a shiny new outpost at the airport -- here are the public spaces in New Delhi, physical and figurative, that offer a hip, cool place to hang out.The latest hits playing in one room and body-thumping techno music blaring in the basement.Failed attempts to pick up girls and drunken PDAs with complete strangers.The beer pong champ running the table and a floor so disgusting you wouldn’t dare take off your shoes. We want you to enjoy new freshman experiences, but we don’t want you to look like an amateur—so here’s a guide on how to navigate the frat party scene like you’ve been there for years.Chi Psi, Chi Phi, Phi Psi, Psi U—it gets a bit complicated when they all sound the same.