The Telegraph
| Sunday, February 16, 2014 |


Screen magic

Saswata Chatterjee's acting skills have earned him popularity and critical acclaim, says Shreya Shukla | Read»

Betting on Rising India

Businessman Arjun Sharma reckoned that India's booming middle-classes would spend heavily on travel and retail and it's proved to be a winning bet, says Paran Balakrishnan | Read»

An earthy aesthetic

Handicrafts pioneer Jaya Jaitly's home is a place where vivid colours blend with simple ethnic touches, says Anupma Tripathi | Read»

Sweet and spicy

Prepare to be pleasantly surprised with entrees and main courses laced with the wonderful flavour of nolen gur, says Rahul Verma | Read»

A classic case

Fads come and fads go, but a classic stays on forever. If you're a fan of the good old times, check out Reebok's offering from its Reebok Classics Range — the Classic Leather shoe. Launched for the first time in 1983, the Reebok Classic Leather went on to became one of the most popular shoes of its time, with its soft leather, distinctive midsole for lightweight cushioning, and a specially designed sock liner for comfort and durability. Priced at Rs 4,599, the shoe is a smart and functional choice for a casual run. Available at all Reebok stores. | Read»

For old times' sake

The Nikon Df has a cool vintage feel, but the price may be a bit too much to pay just for nostalgia, says Tushar Kanwar | Read»