With winter on its way, can respiratory ailments be far behind? Be it because of bad food combinations or allergic reactions, in the first of a two-part series, Shikha Sharma writes on how to control the condition.
Dev Patel, or Jamal (in Slumdog Millionaire) or Neal (in The Newsroom) talks about his love for Mumbai, how he is awed by Prabhudeva's coolness and the secret behind his grounded nature.
Gone are the days when all we had in India were Taj, Oberoi and ITC. Hotel branding has hit an all time low, with complicated sub-brands flooding the scene. Will two New York hotels change that, wonders Vir Sanghvi.
This is what the feisty Bollywood actor said when asked of her take on size zero. We have seen her in Gangs of Wasseypur, Dedh Ishqiya, and of course, Ek Thi Dayan. Brunch caught up with Qureshi on her likes, dislikes and what excites her about gangster films.
What do you see when you look at all the old people around you? While most of us only see their fragility and helplessness, I see a whole lot more, says Seema Goswami.
The year 2014 may be drawing to a close, but there’s still a lot happening in the world of technology. Rajiv Makhni gives a sneak peek into some of the big launches that are sure to leave the gadget freaks happy.
In Scotland, as in India, Scotch is more than just a drink. It’s a religion. And like all religions, it requires a ceremony like none other. Vir Sanghvi talks about attending one such ceremony recently in the heart of the Scotch whisky establishment.
They are the building blocks of the body and are important for overall growth and development. Shikha Sharma offers certain guidelines on how to make protein an essential component of your daily diet without actually spending anything extra.
No matter how rushed the day, remember to take out some time for yourself. Because, if you don't do that and feel tired and rundown all the time, then nobody will be happy; neither you nor those around you, writes Seema Goswami.
Will Android's biggest reboot ever, Lollipop, act like a treat for its users or will it suck up in the face of competition? This new OS will affect 80 per cent of the world and almost 90 per cent of Indian mobile users, writes Rajiv Makhni.
The Rude Food Awards are a tradition that started over a decade ago. Welcome to the 2014 edition of the Rude Food awards for Delhi selected by Vir Sanghvi. A few old favourites, a few new stars.