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Adding wonder to grass
The trousers were suave, skirts ephemeral and drawstring pants relaxed ' naturally textured, beautifully toned. Lightweight, comfortable, versatile, the crisp fabric pirouetted on the ramp as kurtas, tunics, achkans, blouses and more. It looked like linen but wasn't. Rather, it was the 'new find' ' bamboo fabric ' which is out to make a bold fashion statement. In fact, when the model wearing bamboo strutted down the ramp at the . ...  | Read.. 
 
A giant marriage mart
Weddings are always special affairs ' and never more so than in the case of Indians ' after all, we invented the Great Indian ...  | Read.. 
 
My weekend: Diandra Soares
There is no such thing as a typical weekend in my job. Sometimes I am working; and on some weekends, I am absolutely free. I ...  | Read.. 
 
The Safari rides again
It had to happen sooner or later and in the case of Tata Motors, it has taken a bit more time than anticipated. Yes, I'm talk ...  | Read.. 
 
Fowl play
There is nothing more satisfying than paper-thin pancakes with delicious Mu-shu chicken. Originally made with pork, this famo ...  | Read.. 
 
Adding wonder to grass
 
Charmed by the snake temple
 
An international cut
 
The honeymoon continues