The Telegraph
| Sunday, March 17, 2013 |
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The young book bazaar

Children's books are flying off the shelves as a new generation of young readers with radically different tastes turns over a new page, says Susmita Saha | Read»

Taking a new track

Your fitness regimen may never be the same again. That is, if you go by what a legion of Bollywood fitness trainers are pushing for. They are on a new track, taking their clients on challenging treks, making them do cartwheels, climb walls, run barefoot and everything in-between — all so that their clients stay in shape. They are going beyond workouts and are inbuilding counselling and motivation into the deal. By Saimi Sattar | Read»

A sweeter edge

Nalen gur can make many desserts taste divine but it can also give an intriguing twist to several main courses, says Rahul Verma | Read»

A Spanish sojourn

In the Catalonian city of Tarragona history and modernity seamlessly blend together, says Shikha Tripathi | Read»

Walk the tech

With a string of hi-tech wearable computing devices making its way into the market it's time to wear your gadget on your sleeve, says Tushar Kanwar | Read»

Winning strokes

Sharmila Nicollet took up golf as a fun activity at summer camp and now aims to represent India at the Olympics | Read»