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Tue,21 May 2013
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Cheaper substitute for everything
Happy new financial year! What did you get? Two peanuts in your appraisal? Well, we got one. But there’s no reason to lock yourself at home because you can’t afford to breathe the air outside.
Career Switchers Part 5: Mumbaikars who plunged into new professions
As a flight attendant, Rebecca Vaz only served tasty desserts to first and business class passengers. Now, she makes cakes, cupcakes, quiches, Easter eggs and roast chicken for satisfied clients and eats them herself too.
The big fat lie
Fat. You don’t want an ounce of it on your body. So you won’t put an ounce in your system. Right? Wrong! You need fats. But you need the good ones. Which is which? Find out here.
Your guide to Indian surfing
With its long coastline ideal for the sport, India is emerging as an exciting new international surfing destination. Are you ready to ride the waves?
Front Row: six reasons to watch the Great Gatsby
After the unholy mess that was Australia (2008), Baz Luhrmann is bringing to the screen one of the greatest American novels of all time: Scott F Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby (1925).
The best way to photograph Mumbai
“It is the inner eye, not the gear that makes the difference between an average and excellent photographer.” So, if you have a camera, pocket-size or professional, here’s all you need to know.
Switching career from banking to image management
In this five-part series, five Mumbaikars tell us how they abandoned their comfort zones to plunge into new professions. Read on to know what Parul Shukla has to say...
Cover Story: How Amish Tripathi changed Indian publishing
A husband who’s more than an author; a wife who’s more than a marketer. How Amish Tripathi and Preeti Vyas changed Indian publishing with The Shiva Trilogy (The Immortals of Meluha, The Secret of the Nagas and the recently released The Oath of the Vayuputras).
Do you take pictures of all that you eat?
Do you obsessively take pictures of everything you eat, or do you think it’s plain rude? Now, imagine a scenario where the wait staff prevents you from doing so. It’s happening in some restaurants in New York. So, is this a shock or a big relief?
Personal Agenda: Karsh Kale, singer & musician
Singer Karsh Kale shares his high and low points in life. Read on to know the musician well.
Go to Chicago for the stories
Go to Chicago for the stunning skyline, the deep-dish pizza, the electric blues. But more importantly, for the stories.
Cover story: India’s fastest vanishing treasures
The country we know and love won’t be around forever. Even as you read this, a tiger somewhere is being hunted for skin or for sport. A stately monument is witnessing its last few summers.
Mumbai’s extreme restaurants
Mumbai’s restaurants serve up some pretty interesting extremes. From the oldest wine on sale to the dish with the most imngredients and the largest open-air restaurant, sample some of these unusual distinctions.
Dancing Queen: Katrina Kaif
We don’t know if you’ve noticed – but Katrina Kaif can dance. You’ll see it in item numbers that outlive the movie (try recalling the name of the film that featured Sheila Ki Jawani); in cameos that eclipse the heroine...
Vijay Iyer: America’s jazz artists with an Indian touch
The audience at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill had never experienced anything like it. At the end of a multimedia musical performance, one of the performers showered a fistful of gulal on the audience.
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