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| Sunday, April 24, 2016 |

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A RICHER BREW

It’s time to perk up as a host of young entrepreneurs pour out speciality and single-estate coffees, says Aarti Dua

Would you like to start your day with a delicious Arabica coffee with nutty overtones from the award-winning Attikan Estate located in Karnataka’s Biligiri Hills? This single-estate coffee is brought to you by Blue Tokai Coffee Roasters. Or... | Read»


Flying above the waves

Kite-surfing’s the hot new adventure that combines the thrill of surfing and flying in mid-air, says Sarbani Sen

It’s the new craze on beaches across Goa and coastal regions of south India. Kite-surfing’s about skimming the waves and flying above them into the air, doing aerobatics and staying airborne as long as possible. | Read»


A royal heritage

Archana Singh, president of Frazer and Haws, spent her childhood in a large fort and she has crammed her home in Delhi with family heirlooms and artefacts, says Anupma Mishra

This is a home which gives visitors a glimpse of a regal, bygone era. On the walls are imposing weapons along with antique carpets too delicate and too valuable to be put on the floor. | Read»


Breakfast of champions  

It’s often called the Lebanese pizza but man’oushe is very different and much healthier, says Rahul Verma

I t was the word that caught my fancy. There’s something magical about man’oushe, you’ll agree. One, of course, it sounds so much like a Hindi or a Bengali word, though the meaning is different. And two, it’s a street food... | Read»


A tale of two cities

Vietnam's long-time capital Hanoi and bustling and modern Ho Chi Minh City are different in almost every way, says Tanushree Podder

They’re two cities in the same country, just five hours apart by car — yet so different. While erstwhile Saigon, now known as Ho Chi Minh City, or by its initials, HCMC, wears its Western influence with aplomb, Vietnam’s capital,... | Read»


Social climbers

Tushar Kanwar turns the spotlight on four attention-grabbing social apps that are looking to make it big

Facebook and Twitter may be the undisputed kings of the social hill, but, in the recent past, it’s social networks like Instagram, Pinterest and Snapchat that have taken the Internet by storm. So, what’s the next big thing... | Read»


Action-packed career

Director Tigmanshu Dhulia has seen many ups and some brutal downs during his career

One of the most important moments of my life was when Shekhar Kapur was making Bandit Queen in 1994. I was the movie’s casting director and after the film Shekharji asked me to assist him. As a result, I shifted... | Read»