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Gobbling up the globe

Deepinder Goyal’s Zomato, the online eating-out guide, is heaping up its plate and hoping to be a world-beater, says Sarbani Sen

Is this going to be the multi-billion-dollar Indian company that conquers the globe? The app company that becomes the eating out guide — and more — to would-be diners is just about everywhere. | Read»


A new colour code

Make a splashy statement in marsala, the hot new hue for all seasons, says Lubna Salim

Marsala has hit India big time. Not the wine, but the haute red-brown hue that’s caught the fancy of fashionistas globally and has now invaded Indian ramps this season. Being celebrated as the colour of the year, marsala is an earthy shade... | Read»


A time to chill

Chefs are giving some old favourite Indian summer drinks a cool makeover to beat the heat, says Rahul Verma

If you’ve ever taken a road trip from Delhi to Dehradun, you would have seen a series of shops lining the towns, all selling Jain Sa’ab’s shikanji. Having grown up in that region, I know what shikanji is. But I remember it had... | Read»


High on happiness

Paro in Bhutan is the perfect getaway with its friendly people and the spectacular ‘Tiger’s Nest’ monastery, says SUPRIYA NEWAR

For a country touted as the Land of Happiness, Bhutan delivers every ounce on its promise. From the moment the 40-minute flight from Calcutta takes a sharp right turn towards the mountains and starts descending into the deep valley of Paro, the... | Read»


It’s raining smartphones

Smartphones are packing in more than ever and at cheaper prices, says Tushar Kanwar

Phone brands are breaking the mould and rethinking the ingredients for success as the smartphone market gets incredibly competitive. Some pack in more memory than your PC might have and other devices come kitted out with cinema-level sound quality... | Read»


Switching roles

Abhishek Kapoor’s career zoomed after he moved behind the camera as a director

There have been many turning points in my career. But the most significant one was when I decided to quit acting and take up direction. I was going nowhere as an actor and I was doing some terrible television work. I wasn’t enjoying this... | Read»