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Does the Colour Of The Year actually matter in multi-hued India?

Do you follow or throw shade at the Colour Of The Year? Design experts weigh in on whether the global craze for new palettes matters in India

Peach Fuzz dominates Chumbak’s dinnerware and accessories range right now. (Adobe Stock)
Updated on Apr 05, 2024 04:54 PM IST

Get to know... Kr$na

The musician, who is working on new single, never buys fake jewellery, craves Chinese food, and has a surprising secret skill… making hot sauce.

The high point in Kr$na’s in life was buying himself the car he always wanted while growing up.
Updated on Mar 15, 2024 04:32 PM IST

Can your name shape your destiny? Meet Grafila, Romanch, Swizzel and more

India has no laws against naming children. It means names can be diverse, unique and sometimes, a path to finding your soulmate too. See how some people live with their unusual names

Jain’s aunt named her Grafila, and she’s never met another person with the same name.
Updated on Mar 03, 2024 06:32 AM IST

No thanks, papa: Why millennials are paying for their own weddings

Young couples are picking up the tabs for their own weddings. The soirées are smaller but there’s money left over for ever after. See how they pulled it off

Chirag Shah set up a wedding fund years in advance, taking budgeting tips from his now-wife Nikita Thakkar. Their sangeet cost <span class='webrupee'>₹</span>90,000, and they had 150 guests at the reception. (SPClicks)
Updated on Sep 22, 2023 03:44 PM IST

Get to know... Abijit Ganguly

The stand-up comedian talks about being trolled, his favourite songs, and advice he would give his younger self

Abijit Ganguly’s low point in life was when he was trolled for three months this year over a joke about a cricketer.
Updated on Sep 08, 2023 04:35 PM IST

Pets v/s pettiness: When the world can’t adjust to furry friends

Adjusting to life with a furry friend is tough enough. It’s harder when the world beyond still won’t acknowledge the bond

Teething is common among puppies. They will chew on everything, furniture to flip-flops, till you train them to stick to their chew toys. (Shutterstock)
Updated on Aug 05, 2023 07:32 PM IST

Every day is the weekend now. See how the change has rolled out across India

No one’s waiting for Friday night to go out. The party starts as early as Monday, across cities in India, as people head out every day of the week

At restaurants and bars like the Khar Social in Mumbai, there are music gigs, sports screenings and shopping events through the week. (Anshuman Poyrekar / HT PHOTO)
Updated on Jul 19, 2023 07:06 PM IST

In focus: A guide to making great movies about the movies

Indian films and TV shows about the movie industry should focus on human drama, offer a glimpse into the past, and go beyond the surface, according to experts

When turning the spotlight on the entertainment world, don’t let the facts get in the way of the truth. Jubilee (2023) is set in the late 1940s, even though the protagonist based on Himanshu Rai died in 1940.
Updated on Jul 19, 2023 07:35 PM IST

Are you having an affair? Styling tips for the dinner table

Take dinner-party hosting up a few notches with tricks that will impress the boss, the buddies and the snootiest cousins

Table stylist Ami Kothari recommends adding a personal touch to the table setting. Print memories, personal quirks and old pet names on placemats.
Updated on Jul 21, 2023 05:29 PM IST

Good buy or goodbye? What Indians won’t repurchase after the pandemic

From gym gear to luxury handbags, from impulse snacking to indulgent dining, here’s how we emerged from the lockdowns with a new sense of what is essential

Months of relying on their own kitchen at home during the pandemic has made people more health conscious. Impulse dining out and snacking have been done away with. (Shutterstock)
Updated on Aug 06, 2023 11:56 AM IST

Magical countryside

Most initial impressions of Sri Lanka are those of palm-lined beaches and azure seas. But Nuwara Eliya stands as a mystic counterpoint to these primary notions.

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Updated on Jan 25, 2011 03:11 AM IST
Hindustan Times | ByAnushree Chatterjee, New Delhi

Magical countryside

At Nuwara Eliya, visit Horton Plains for an encounter with the ethereal

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Published on Jan 23, 2011 08:46 PM IST
ByAnushree Chatterjee

Sunny side up

Life is a beach on Spain’s southern coast that oozes sleepiness, ease and a rustic charm, writes Anushree Chatterjee.

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Updated on Oct 09, 2009 08:07 PM IST
Hindustan Times | ByAnushree Chatterjee, Costa Del Sol, Spain
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