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A time for luxury
t was the pocket-watch worn by Napoleon Bonaparte as he planned his split-second moves on the battlefield. Winston Churchill wore one in the darkest days of World War II. And even that famous lover of luxury, Marie Antoinette, carried one about her p...  | Read.. 
 
Booked for success
It was a fitting way to celebrate a birthday. Samit Basu, whose first book Simoquin Prophecies, (also available in Swe ...  | Read.. 
 
Racing into the fast lane
Narain Karthikeyan is not done with the fast-paced world of Formula 1 ' at least not yet. If you didnít already know, Ka ...  | Read.. 
 
My weekend: Kim Jagtiani
My weekends have just changed because Iíve got some big news in my life ' Iíve got a pup. I love dogs and have want ...  | Read.. 
 
Isle be back
So, youíve been to this island in the sun countless times. Youíve cased all the joints and malls in Orchard Road. ...  | Read.. 
 
Mushroom magic
The Ancient Egyptians believed mushrooms were magical and a gift of the Gods. Today, while no one really believes that eating ...  | Read.. 
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