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The shift syndrome
On the surface Roop Sharma and his wife Tania are a poster couple for dinkdom. They've been married for over a year, have jobs that bring the money rolling in and are still a long way from their 30th birthdays. What's more, they have a Maruti Alto parked down the street and a house of their own with monthly payments that aren't tough to handle. ...  | Read.. 
 
East meets West
If Rudyard Kipling said, “East is East and West is West, and never the twain shall meet”, fashion designer Mandira ...  | Read.. 
 
Power trip
Last week, we charted the journey of Lamborghini from its humble beginnings as an agricultural machinery maker to its roaring ...  | Read.. 
 
My weekend: Debajyoti Mishra
Being a music composer, my work schedules invariably stretch to include the weekends as well. On Saturdays, I’m up by ei ...  | Read.. 
 
Thai high
Fresh herbs, pungent spices and smoky aromas sum up Thai food. What makes it special is that there is always an element of su ...  | Read.. 
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