The Telegraph
| Sunday, August 7, 2016 |


Doggie’s day out

It’s all about barking up the right tree at the pet cafés that are emerging as hot hangout zones for happening pooches, says Anupma Mishra

Whoever said that it’s a dog’s life clearly hadn’t dropped by at ZooBar in Mumbai. It’s a New Age doggie heaven and there are pooches of all sizes, breeds, colours, shapes (and barks) being pampered silly at this pet... | Read»

A chic winner

Designer Gautam Sinha’s Nappa Dori is a leather goods company that’s making a mark globally in the world of fashion and lifestyle, says Susmita Saha

This home-grown Indian brand has caught the fancy of Hollywood’s A-list actors Naomi Watts and Eva Longoria. Bollywood’s fashion icon Sonam Kapoor, too, has taken a shine to the label’s spunky designs. Fashion accessories and... | Read»

Barbecue bonanza

Argentina is famous for its asados or grilled offerings that are now being served up at top hotels and restaurants, says Rahul Verma

I first met chef Nishant Choubey when I went to what was then a new and happening restaurant called Cibo in New Delhi’s Hotel Janpath. Chef Choubey was then a quiet man, who didn’t speak much, but impressed me nevertheless with his... | Read»

A feast for the senses

A visit to Osaka, Japan’s third-largest city, is not just about seeing the sights, but also soaking in the ambience, says Tanushree Podder

It’s a city of innumerable rivers and tributaries and over 800 bridges. Many of its inhabitants frequently leave terra firma and travel around using river transport. It’s hardly surprisingly then that it has often been called the... | Read»

Highway stars

Two in-car aids, the MapMyIndia DriveMate Max and the Transcend DrivePro 520, will ensure that your journeys are smoother and safer, says Tushar Kanwar

Cars these days pack in a ton of toys, from smart parking systems to smartphone-friendly in-dash consoles, which add some much needed convenience to the drudgery of our commutes. The auto toys I look at today — the MapMyIndia DriveMate and... | Read»

Comedy queen

Stand-up comedian Radhika Vaz discovered she could keep audiences in splits after moving to New York

I was born in Mumbai and was brought up in different parts of the country because my father was in the Air Force. Our family also spent two years in Iraq when I was around seven years old. After my graduation in economics from Sophia College... | Read»