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HindustanTimes Mon,29 Dec 2014
February Flashback
2004: We said it ten years before! Delhi is a far more happening city than Mumbai
2004: We said it ten years before! Delhi is a far more happening city than Mumbai
2005: What exactly is love, and why do we love one person and not another?
2005: What exactly is love, and why do we love one person and not another?
2006: An interview with the legend Asha Bhosle, she of the eternally youthful voice
2006: An interview with the legend Asha Bhosle, she of the eternally youthful voice
2007: Sanjay Dutt speaks with candour about his turbulent life
2007: Sanjay Dutt speaks with candour about his turbulent life
2008: With nuclear families on the rise, old parenting styles fall by the wayside
2008: With nuclear families on the rise, old parenting styles fall by the wayside
2009: The extravagant desi wedding provides endless entertainment
2009: The extravagant desi wedding provides endless entertainment
2010: Yes, men can cook and what’s more, they’re enjoying it!
2010: Yes, men can cook and what’s more, they’re enjoying it!
2011: Cutting-edge, life-transforming techologies are no longer in the realm of sci-fi
2011: Cutting-edge, life-transforming techologies are no longer in the realm of sci-fi
2012: Directordesigner-mentor-TV anchor; is there anything Karan Johar can’t do?
2012: Directordesigner-mentor-TV anchor; is there anything Karan Johar can’t do?
2013: We asked and you obliged. This was the time you, dear readers, wrote the entire issue!
2013: We asked and you obliged. This was the time you, dear readers, wrote the entire issue!

Letter from the Editor-in-Chief, Hindustan Times, Sanjoy Narayan

In the 10 years since Brunch was born in 2004, there has been more change in India than in the first 10 years after liberalisation and the opening up of the Indian economy in 1991. In many ways, Brunch has been a reflector of these changes, spotting, chronicling and putting the spotlight on these trends of change.

Letter from the Editor, Brunch, Poonam Saxena

Time is an odd thing. Five minutes can seem like an eternity and years can fly, like the landscape from the window of a very fast train.

Letter from National Editor, Design, Ashutosh Sapru

As a young man I remember feeling like a martyr whenever a friend or acquaintance would start off on the 'achievements' of their children.

Welcome to the world of fitness fanaticism

We bring you a special anniversary issue, on the theme 'Look How We've Changed!'. We asked writers to do a series of essays for us, chronicling these changes | A decade back, any mention of six pack was brushed aside with 'our genetics don't allow it' claim; not today, writes Jamal Shaikh.

Social media: the bumpy ride from handwritten letters to Facebook status

Facebook invented a new human need - the need to invent a false narrative of personal happiness, and project it to the world, writes Palash Krishna Mehrotra.

Shopping: why our God lies in retail

From hoarders, we have turned into spenders, thanks to the arrival of foreign brands and the mushrooming of malls, writes Sujata Assomull Sippy.

Society: the changing narrative of love, sex and marriage in India

We bring you a special anniversary issue, on the theme 'Look How We've Changed!'. We asked writers to do a series of essays for us, chronicling these changes. Ira Trivedi writes about how young Indians have started to believe that love and sex are the main themes that matter in relationships, particularly marriage.

Travel: breaking off the shackles of packaged tourism

Want a driving holiday in the Alps? Or a cruise to Antarctica? Today, boutique travel agents suggest experiences rather than destinations, writes .

Book: the era of new writers and young readers

A decade ago, things happened that cumulatively helped make Indian publishing a multi-headed beast, writes Jai Arjun Singh.

In transit: interpreting the theme of change over the decade

In this essay, leading artist Veer Munshi interpret the theme of change over the decade. Here’s how he sees it.

Sports: the decade in which we found new heroes

After its performance at London, India might be on the cusp of a revolution where winning Olympic medals could become a norm and not an exception as used to happen in the pre-2004 era, writes Pradeep Magazine.

Why India's the best country for stand up

We bring you a special anniversary issue, on the theme 'Look How We've Changed!' We asked writers to do a series of essays for us, chronicling these changes | India is the only country, where, we have enough things to be annoyed about and enough people to listen to our gripes on those things, writes Sorabh Pant.

Coming of age of the Indian foodie

We bring you a special anniversary issue, on the theme 'Look How We've Changed!'. We asked writers to do a series of essays for us, chronicling these changes | Prosperity, global media, digital media, travel, mall dining and demographics have changed the way we eat and drink, writes Vir Sanghvi.

Nightlife: life of the party in the decade gone by

A city's nightlife is really just a mirror to it. What this says about Delhi is that perhaps more than any other city in India, the capital has been a changeling, writes Divrina Dhingra.

Picture abhi baaki hai, mere dost

We bring you a special two-part anniversary issue, on the theme 'Look How We've Changed!' We asked writers, specialists in their field, to do a series of essays for us, chronicling these changes | Journalist and author Sidharth Bhatia talks of the shift from 'KJoland' to stories and music from the hinterland.
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