The Telegraph
| Sunday, July 21, 2013 |


Food fiesta

New restaurants in the city are giving the Calcutta foodscape a cosmopolitan edge, says Angona Paul | Read»

Bollywood bonding

Film producers with different cinematic styles are tying up to make magic on screen, says Yashodeep Sengupta | Read»

Monsoon mantra

Combat your skin-and-hair woes this rainy season armed with special products and effective tips from beauty experts. By Saimi Sattar | Read»

Saucy secrets

Japanese sauces complement the country's cuisine with their mild yet distinct flavours, says Rahul Verma | Read»

Pop picks

Colour my nails hot, tangerine...nah, green. It's raining pop colours for your talons — and how. To beat the greys and blues that the monsoon brings with it, all the warpaint majors are outdoing themselves by offering a palette of ultra-bright, pep-me-up colours — especially for the nails. | Read»

Lure of the lake

The best way to experience the beauty of Dal Lake and the Zabarwan mountains is over a cup of kahwa, lounging on the deck of a quaint houseboat, says Amrit Dhillon | Read»

Phab fight

The competition is getting out of hand as two phablets, Huawei's Ascend Mate and Samsung's Mega 6.3, slug it out, says Tushar Kanwar | Read»

Beating the blues

Author and scriptwriter Advaita Kala churned out her first novel while trying to cheer herself up during a low period of her life | Read»