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Swipe ⬅️to see #Delhi, #Mumbai, #Kolkata marching against #mob #lynching at the #NotInMyName protests. More photographs in our #InstagramStory above. ⬆️

In case you haven't seen it yet, this is what Lounge looks like in print today. •
On the cover, an exclusive excerpt from a new autobiography by Y.V. Reddy (#harpercollinsin), the formidable former #ReserveBankOfIndia governor, where he talks about the pulls and pushes of working with different #finance ministers. In this excerpt, he recounts a Sunday call to #Chidambaram. •
Follow the link in bio to read this and everything else from the issue.

"Choosing locations, designing interiors, organizing events, creating a line of products with a distinct and identifiable design aesthetic—this kind of layered and multifaceted approach is what distinguishes a concept store. “But that idea of a concept store is not new per se,” Raul Rai admits. “What’s new is how physical platforms are merged with digital platforms. We’re just scratching the surface. Eighty per cent of the people who come here know about Nicobar through digital, social media or word of mouth,” he says. The idea aligns with the buying patterns of customers who browse online, make their choice and then head to a store to look for more, curated along the same lines."

Komal Sharma (@komalinga) speaks to Raul Rai and Simran Lal on Nicobar (@nicojournal) and the concept of a concept store. Follow link in bio to read more. ▪
Photo: Abhijit Bhatlekar/Mint

Being the daughter of #Infosys co-founder Sarojini Damodaran Shibulal comes with its own burden of expectations and Shruti Shibulal has succeeded in carving out a niche hospitality empire on her own.

Follow the link in bio to read the recent #BizLounge with #TheTamara's #ShrutiShibulal, by Anirban Sen. Illustration by Jayachandran/Mint

In this latest issue of Lounge: cover story on sports physiotherapists in India who're spawning a fast-growing industry, @sanjoynarayan's first weekly column on what's new and groovy in the intersection of music and technology, a comment on #bowties from 8 men who wear it, discovering Parsi cuisine beyond Dhansak, and how the population of the Jarawa, the #Andaman's ancient Negrito tribe, is at risk-- and lots more.
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"Since 2013, 14 students from three government schools in Whitefield, #Bengaluru, have been learning the nuances of a card game that has been popular among the defence services and businesspeople— Bridge. Most of them had never played a card game before Bindiya “Mini” Naidoo and her team from the Karnataka State Bridge Association started teaching them the game. Now, they play the game online every night for at least 2 hours and participate in outstation tournaments, camps and workshops.

#ICYMI: Meera Rajagopalan's story on how Bengaluru's government schools are taking steps to revitalize Bridge, a stimulating card game that has a long history in India.
Follow the link in the bio to read the full story

Photo by Abhishek BA/Mint

#ICYMI: We’ve always assessed #Indiancinema with a yardstick of our own, unclear about its standing in the international #film circuit. For our monthly salon #LoungeLounge—where we bring together thought-leaders for a deep dive—we deliberate on India’s current status in #worldcinema and where it needs to go from here.
In photo: Smriti Kiran, creative director of Jio Mami @mumbaifilmfestival; film curator, Meenakshi Shedde; actor Radhika Apte; film critic Baradwaj Rangan; filmmaker & producer Vikramaditya Motwane; and filmmaker Amit Masurkarpose at the It Happened in New York Restaurant, in Bandra, Mumbai

Photo: Abhijit Bhatlekar/Mint

Happy Saturday, Lounge readers! Today, wake up to our Music Special issue. In the cover, @diyak speaks to the community of store owners, collectors, and hi-fi enthusiasts who are making the long-playing record cool again.
For all the stories, follow the link in bio.

'Henri Cartier-Bresson: India In Full-Frame', on view at the @rubinmuseum of Art, #NewYork, until 4 September, is presenting 69 images from the photographer’s travels to India. The exhibition is a joint effort, in collaboration with @magnumphotos, and the #HenriCartierBresson Foundation.

ICYMI: @paroma.mukherjee's story on why this is important, with snatches of conversation with Beth Citron, curator, modern and contemporary art, at the museum. •
Photo: A Muslim refugee train from Delhi to Lahore, Pakistan, passing through Kuinkshaha station, Kuinkshaha, North India. Courtesy: Henri Cartier-Bresson/Magnum Photos

"Those unable to afford the adventure of flight, or unwilling to tempt Yamdoot, travelled by #train. The great Indian rail #journey was a shared national experience. It was much more than the mere matter of getting from Point A to Point B. It was, like the #KumbhMela, a dip into an ocean of humanity. The 1990s was its last great decade."

ICYMI: An ode to the #IndianRailways and the journeys on it, in our #90sSpecial from the weekend. Follow link in bio to read the full story by #Samrat. •
📷by Pradeep Gaur (@pradeepgaur08)/Mint.

Ahead of the ongoing ICC #ChampionsTrophy, his first test overseas as captain across all formats, Virat Kohli spoke to Mint Lounge about learning, aggression, failure, feminism, and just playing #cricket.
Also: a special package on the 1990s -- a decade that still rings in our ears.

Follow the link in bio for this week's cover story and special package. Out now in stands

#ICYMI Last week's Lounge featured an essential 7-step guide to the most anticipated book of the year -- The Ministry of Utmost Happiness by Arundhati Roy. We spoke to publishers, booksellers, lit-fests and more about Roy's second novel after twenty years.

To know more about what lies inside the ministry, follow the link in bio.

Photo by Priyanka Parashar/Mint

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