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10 foods to make you beautiful | brunch | feature

10 foods to make you beautiful | brunch | feature

Beauty is no longer perceived as a mere indulgence overloaded with skincare and makeup products. Rather, it is a form of self-care. Nourishing, supporting, and loving yourself is what makes you truly beautiful. Here are a few food choices to light you up from within: Sattu Sattu provides three major ...

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Your reading list before the year ends | brunch | feature

Your reading list before the year ends | brunch | feature

Wondering about what books to read? Here’s some expert help at hand. Here are a few suggestions to help you add a few good books to your reading list. 1. Story of a land Peace Has Come by Parismita Singh The book is a collection of searing yet profoundly moving ...

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My best cricketing memories were made at Lord’s, says Mohd Kaif | brunch | feature

My best cricketing memories were made at Lord’s, says Mohd Kaif | brunch | feature

Date of birth: December 1 Sun Sign: Sagittarius Place of birth: Allahabad School/college: Jamuna Christian Inter College, Allahabad High point of your life: The birth of my kids Kabir and Eva Low point of your life: Not making it back to the India squad after 2006 Who has been your ...

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Ham & cheese: The best sandwich in the world! | brunch | columns

Ham & cheese: The best sandwich in the world! | brunch | columns

What is the easiest-to-make tasty sandwich in the world? Well, that’s not hard to answer: a chutney sandwich. You take (or make) a kothmir (coriander) chutney, spread it on a slice of bread, place a filling of thinly sliced cucumber on it and top with another slice of chutnified bread. ...

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Gourmet Secrets: The French connection | brunch | feature

Gourmet Secrets: The French connection | brunch | feature

After 10 years as Chef Instructor at The Paul Bocuse Institute in Lyon, Jean-Marc Villard moved to Provence in 2015 with his wife, Alice, and started a cookery school. They had already been running their own school in Lyon for 14 years prior to this but the warmth and produce ...

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Fit and fine: What’s causing those fragile bones | brunch | feature

Fit and fine: What’s causing those fragile bones | brunch | feature

Menakshi had it made – an MBA from a top institute, she was vice president in a MNC by the age of 28. She was hobnobbing with the industry leaders and then, one day she realised that weird aches and pains had started to take over. She’d wake up one ...

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Autumn of the patriarchy | brunch | feature

Autumn of the patriarchy | brunch | feature

Autumn’s a fine time for a revolution. The season signals the fall of the old order in nature. The social order too has its periodic changes. The voices growing around the #MeToo movement might be angry and aggrieved, but they come from a place of hope beyond cynicism. One of ...

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Pre-wedding fashion: “Wow, you can wear that to a wedding?!!” | brunch | feature

Pre-wedding fashion: “Wow, you can wear that to a wedding?!!” | brunch | feature

Wedding wear has gone through a seismic shift. We’re no longer looking at vermillion reds and rani pinks as the go-to colour for brides. Not only can you style your high-street pieces like a crisp white shirt or a belt with your wedding wear but also look at monochromes to ...

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Bollywood’s new bold: Why Bhumi Pednekar is being recognised as the face of strength and confidence in the Indian film industry | brunch | feature

Bollywood’s new bold: Why Bhumi Pednekar is being recognised as the face of strength and confidence in the Indian film industry | brunch | feature

In the opening scene of Bhumi Pednekar’s last film, Lust Stories (2018), you don’t see her face, you just hear her moan. Her feet are up in the air, a man is on top of her and there is enough sexual energy in the scene to make the best of ...

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Jatayu in Kerala, safe as a rock! | brunch | feature

Jatayu in Kerala, safe as a rock! | brunch | feature

In the epic Ramayana, the mythical bird Jatayu witnessed Sita being kidnapped by the demon king Ravana. When Jatayu tried to stop Ravana, the demon king used Chandrahasa, a weapon he got from the gods, to chop off one of its wings. It is believed that the bird fell on ...

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