On the Brunch radar

  • Saudamini Jain, Hindustan Times
  • Updated: Jun 13, 2015 17:22 IST

We love Stan Wawrinka's shorts but hate the warped history in that TV show about Maharana Pratap. Here's a round-up of things we loved this week and those that ought to be shoved.

Love it

That Jitan Ram Manjhi accused Nitish Kumar of not letting him eat mangoes from trees in the chief ministerial bungalow #AamKhabar


Stan Wawrinka’s shorts


That misal pav is officially the world’s tastiest vegetarian dish


Meryl Streep and Carey Mulligan as early feminists fighting for the vote in the




ICSE and ISC exam evaluations to go digital. This feels like sci-fi!

Shove it

If you have a problem with Ganeshas made in China


The way people look at you if you don’t care about Christopher Nolan explaining the ending of



The warped history in that TV show about Maharana Pratap


Life-threatening liposuction


People who think that it is perfectly okay to live on processed food

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