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| Sunday, March 29, 2015 |

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Designer dazzle

Celebrity designer Sussanne Khan is in high-growth mode with her luxurious classic-meets-contemporary interiors and furniture, says Sushmita Biswas

Sussanne Khan calls herself a “victim of a curious mind”. And she believes it’s her insatiable curiosity that fuels her passion for design. She started out by designing high-profile homes but she has spread her wings and turned... | Read»


The moving spirit

Jim Murray tasted 4,700 whiskies for his Whisky Bible 2015, which sells around half a million copies, says Aarti Dua

When Jim Murray speaks, the Scotch whisky world stops in mid-sip — and drinks in his words. Murray, who spends his life jetting around the world, sipping whiskies as he goes, is the Grand Guru of whisky connoisseurs. His Jim Murray’s... | Read»


Honey trap

Flavoured honey can add a delicious punch to all kinds of dishes — but make sure you drizzle it towards the end, says Rahul Verma

There is a dish that I often cook (on popular demand) when friends come over for dinner. I like it, too — for it tastes good and is really easy to prepare. All that you have to do is blanch some French beans and then rinse them in cold... | Read»


Viva la Revolucion

Cuba, with its laid-back lifestyle has a unique charm for the visitor, says Arjun M.

Che! Fidel! Revolution! Cuba Libre! Havana Club! These were just some of the words flashing through my mind as the plane took off for the short flight over the Caribbean Sea from Mexico City to Havana. Being an off-the-beaten-track travel junkie,... | Read»


Simply chic

Actress Madhura Naik’s fashion mantra is all about keeping it simple and classy

Style according to you is... | Read»


The desktop returns

After being outsmarted for years by laptops and tablets, desktops are making a comeback in new and edgy avatars, says Tushar Kanwar

You have to feel for the average computer desktop. The beige box, a relic of distant past, subject to more eulogies than I can care to count, is still out-and-out the best choice if you’re after the best-bang-for-your-buck and complete... | Read»


Recipe for success

From being bullied in the kitchen to being a judge on MasterChef India, chef Kunal Kapur has come a long way

The initial five years of my job as chef were really gruelling. I used to hate my work. I would put in hours together in the kitchens and still get no recognition. As a trainee, I was abused, bullied, slapped, and, I even suffered the ignominy of... | Read»