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Slow, steady and healthy
THIS CAFÉ - don't call it a restaurant, please! - is not a single-stop eating-out place. It is a multi-dimensional place where there is respect for food and the culture of food, respect for your body, it's a place to pause and reflect... ...
Beautiful from inside
WITH NO degree in Interior and Furniture Designing the Delhi University product, Viraj Mahajan tasted success pretty early in his profession. Now seven years into the profession, Viraj has come a long way and has handled prestigious projects like ...
Peace silks for a smoother life
THE SOFT feel of silk is so tempting that we do not often think of what goes into making it. The desire to wear silk is much more than the will to avoid it just for `non-vegetarian reasons.' So, this past week at Shopper's Stop in New Delhi, when ...
Make commentary your calling
Want to be a cricket commentator? ESPN STAR Sports provides you a chance with "Closeup Dream Job - Harsha Ki Khoj". PRINCE FREDERICK gives an update.
The battle continues...
Pakistani activist poet Kishwar Naheed brings a whiff of inspiration to Delhi.
Don't skirt this syllabus!
Skirts are in this season. And pink is just right for youngsters.
Music with Masti
A MUSIC concert was organised recently by the Punjabi Academy, Delhi where renowned Punjabi singers Dolly Narang and Ashok Masti performed. The compact Triveni Kala Sangam auditorium in Mandi House was packed with eager fans. The programme ...
Nine days of Navratras...
LOTS OF us go to temples during Navratras to worship Goddess Durga, but not many are aware of the philosophical significance behind it. According to the Devi Bhagwat Puran, "The two seasons autumn and spring are known as the teeth of Yama, the ...
The wonder of this splendour
As Le Meridien, Jaipur, launches its specialty Rajasthani cuisine restaurant this coming Saturday, a posse of beautiful people will descend on the hotel.
A feast after Farex!
THE FAREX boy hasn't lost his appeal - the mischievous smile is still disarming, the radiance on the cheeks is suitably inviting and the appetite is very much intact - its meaning may have taken many forms. "Yes, I certainly carry all the ...
Direct from Thailand
Three chefs specially flown in from Thailand bring that authentic touch to Intercontinental The Grand.
Carrying on the LEGACY
All set to sail
With competition running high, the end of the year would see lot more tele-serials.
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