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Would you like to read a homegrown Jeffrey Archer-esque political thriller? Well, you can soon follow the intrigues of three school friends-turned-politicians who vie to become the prime minister in Delhi Durbar, the first of a trilogy by investment...  | Read.. 
 
TRENDS
Swing with the times
If you’ve got sick of having your feet nailed to the floor by a stiletto or being jabbed by an elbow in your back every ...  | Read.. 
 
FooD
East meets West
I always enjoy meeting people in the world of food. I was in Calcutta last month, and encountered three new executive chefs i ...  | Read.. 
 
FITNESS
A good back-up
Do you have a sedentary job that keeps you glued to your chair for hours on end? And do you inevitably end up slouching and l ...  | Read.. 
 
TReNDS
A grand reopening
On November 26, 2008, Chef Hemant Oberoi was bustling about, racing between the kitchen of Mumbai’s Taj Mahal Hotel and ...  | Read.. 
 
TeCHNoCooL
The newest wave
If you’re even in the least connected to the online tech cosmos, you’d have noticed the wires buzzing with the wor ...  | Read.. 
 
TURNING POINT
Role playing
There are certain decisions that you don’t need to ponder over. When I was just six-years-old, I knew that one day I wou ...  | Read.. 
 
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