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HindustanTimes Fri,19 Sep 2014

The brave new world of organic dabba

Are you truly health-conscious or have a condition that needs a special menu? Worry no more as some people have solutions. Please welcome the specialised healthy-dabba service.

Normcore: The latest buzzword in men’s fashion

If the European and American Spring/Summer 2015 collections are anything to go by, the look of the moment is normal, everyday chic clothes that we see on the streets, but seldom on the ramp.

The straight drive is my favourite scoring shot, says Robin Uthappa

From his favourite movies to why he thinks SRK is great as a franchise owner, the KKR player opens up to Brunch on life and cricket.

From dhol to DJ mix, Ganpati visarjan gets trendy

At visarjan, dhinchak DJs are replacing dhols. Meet the young Mumbaikars putting a new spin on tradition and finding a trendier way to pay homage.

August 31: On this day, 126 years ago...

126 years ago, on this day, Jack the Ripper killed his first (known) victim. Here are a few things you should know about the deadly man who terrorised the streets of London.

Stranger than fiction

Emraan Hashmi’s Raja Natwarlal is apparently fiction, which is sad because real con men are super. Here’s a run through.

On the Brunch radar

Brunch gives a thumbs up to the Indian version of the Ice Bucket Challenge, the Rice Bucket Challenge and shoves those ranting about Priyanka Chopra playing Mary Kom.

I wanted to sing, beat up bad guys but was terrible at it: Naseeruddin Shah

Naseeruddin Shah's soon-to-be-released autobiography, And Then One Day, is elegantly written and also brutally honest. In an interview with Brunch, he talks of his years in Ajmer to his tryst with cinema.

The Firefox Firefight has begun!

Spice Fire One Mi–FX 1  and Intex Cloud FX, both under Rs. 3000 - Mozilla isn’t simply making cool browsers, they’re going mobile too, and doing it cheap

The French roast: The eternal favourite

While there are some great chicken dishes in their cuisine, French chefs will tell you that a roast chicken is the real test of a good kitchen as a dal is the test of a good Indian restaurant, writes Vir Sanghvi.

It’s always a woman's fault!

Behind every unsuccessful man is a woman who ‘jinxed’ him. Blaming women for all the bad stuff that goes down is as old as time itself. What’s been happening with Anushka Sharma is pretty much par for the course, writes Seema Goswami.

Packages foods might be doing more harm than good

Your jar of jam or carton of juice may be convenient, but it's more of a chemical cocktail than a source of nutrition, writes Shikha Sharma

Sharp, honest and witty: That's Farah Khan to the world

Director of a new multi-starrer, mother to triplets, beloved TV-show judge, and happy wife of a less famous man – Farah Khan is still doing things her way, and making it look good.

I keep changing phones all the time, says gadget-freak Parineeti Chopra

Going from PR to being the face of Yash Raj Films in Ladies v/s  Ricky Bahl, Parineeti Chopra has come a long way. A huge fan of Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jaayenge, she wants to sing for her own movies.

Superfoods to protect your heart and even help beat cancer

Cacao nibs, farro wheat, Buddha's hand: these aren't just fancy names. Without the side-effects of drugs or artificial additives, these foods can help you beat depression, lower cholesterol, cut the risk of heart disease and even beat cancer.
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