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The Italian job
“Italian cuisine is going great guns — from India to Eskimo Land,’’ says Andrea Pauro firmly. Pauro’s confidence is understandable. Baci, his chic restaurant in Delhi’s Sunder Nagar has been setting the bar for stand-alone I...  | Read.. 
 
PRoFiLe
A personal journey
It’s a life story that could provide fodder for a book — or even three. Novelist Aatish Taseer has already written two ...  | Read.. 
 
FITNESS
A slimming spread
Pujas are around the corner, and ’fess up people — half of you’ve switched to soups and sandwiches instead of full ...  | Read.. 
 
ELAN
A unique spell
Style according to you is… ...  | Read.. 
 
FOOD
Steamy sensations
Time was when a dumpling meant a trip to north Delhi — to a settlement that we called Tib Dhabs (Tibetan Dhaba) or Tib Mons ...  | Read.. 
 
TECHNOCOOL
BlackBerry’s Bold move
For many years now, BlackBerry users have been what I’d call a rather patient lot. They’ve been used to devices tha ...  | Read.. 
 
TURNING POINT
A brush with art
T he first great upheaval in my life was coming to Calcutta after Independence, at the age of seven. My family is from East B ...  | Read.. 
 
(From top) Italian chefs Andrea Pauro, Marco Priolo, Abhay Singh Bhoite, Vincenzo di Tuoro and (far right) Alessandro Sandrolini
The Italian job