HindustanTimes Wed,16 Apr 2014

Car as a device, not just a vehicle

The battle for market space in high-end cars has led to a new war in an unchartered zone - the technology features arena, writes Rajiv Makhni.

Singles vs parents: an unending saga of love, marriage and relationships

The Floh-HT Brunch Single In The City Study 2014 looks at what singles desire and what their parents want. The findings are part of a survey that included 420 singles and 302 parents in Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore.

A taste of two cities: favourites in Delhi, Mumbai

From Italian to Japanese, a couple of Delhi's restaurants are offering food worth going back for. In Bombay, I'm finally willing to name my favourite eating places, writes Vir Sanghvi.

Defining success: it's a measure of who you really are

How successful you are often gets measured by how ambitious you are and by the company you keep among other parameters, writes Seema Goswami.

Inside Swiss Walter Bachmann's alphorn workshop

A holiday in the Alps is never complete without playing a traditional Alpine instrument called alphorn, which incidentally is twice your size, writes Sonali Shah.

Meet the star dancer-choreographers in India today

They made dance their forte, disregarded convention and made a name for themselves. A look at those who are grooving, krumping and popping their way to success.

Jacqueline Fernandez had her first crush in Class II

From why Sri Lanka will always remain home to being jobless between two releases in a year, the Lankan beauty chats up on a host of topics with HT Brunch.

Characters you meet in a conference-room

If you work in an office, there’s gotta be meetings. And if there’s a meeting, there’s gotta be at least one of these…

Being declared cancer-free was the high point of my life: Lisa Ray

Actress and social activist Lisa Ray is open to everything that life has to offer. The Afreen afreen girl on marriage, films and more.

Abu Dhabi's a capital choice

Forget Dubai, Abu Dhabi is the city that offers all that and more for the visiting foreigner. It has something for every kind of holidaymaker - beach bum, art enthusiast, history buff, adventure freak, music lover, even shopaholics

On The Brunch Radar

Saudamini Jain hates the attitude that when-all-else-fails,accuse the media and loves the fact that the wedding season is over, for this year at least.

Celebrating appraisals?

You got a Raise...... Or did you? You’re either over-the-moon with all the money you got or you’re cursing everyone who is over-the-moon. Whatever it is, just hum along.

Comfort food, and some family drama

Food books are using anecdotes, hilarious asides, and nostalgia as key ingredients. See who's stirring the plot. The personal touch is what's elevating the books above mere repositories of recipes and connecting readers with authors.

Running: the addictive exercise

Self-help books may not tell you this, but running outdoors can be stress-relieving and very addictive. Running addicts describe the exercise as a 'zenned-out' feeling. Time you junk the gym and take to that neighbourhood park?

In need of a tea fix in Delhi?

Traditionally, Delhi has always favoured tea over coffee but aggressive marketing in the last few years saw more of coffee places opening up. However, tea companies and tea lovers have have struck back - offering a range of teas never heard of before. Here's where you should head if you need a tea fix.
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