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Wellness special: 15 feel-good hacks that only beautiful people know | brunch | feature

Wellness special: 15 feel-good hacks that only beautiful people know | brunch | feature

1. Bye Breakouts! Elena Fernandes, Late 20s, London Elena made her debut as an actress in Kapoor & Sons (2016) and has appeared on the cover of the HT Brunch Summer Special in May 2018 “My saviour is to use haemorrhoid cream for any breakouts. It will dry out the ...

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Weight loss success story: How this man lost 64 kgs and how you can too | brunch | feature

Weight loss success story: How this man lost 64 kgs and how you can too | brunch | feature

“Can I have a large pepperoni pizza with extra cheese and three chicken wings, please?” These was an oft-repeated order placed by Deepak Thomas, 41, nine years ago when he weighed 140kgs. Today, almost 70kgs lighter, he happily reveals his new-found love for seeds and nuts as snacks. “I grew ...

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Happy tidings from the Northeast: East Mojo | brunch | feature

Happy tidings from the Northeast: East Mojo | brunch | feature

What happens when 40 innocent children lose their lives when a fire breaks out in a school that happens to be in a remote town in Arunachal Pradesh, and the news goes unreported by any media – print or electronic? Or, do you recall the loss of lives of two ...

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Disco designers: The colourful loves of Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla | brunch | feature

Disco designers: The colourful loves of Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla | brunch | feature

“We like to do things in a lavish yet elegant manner. That’s just how our style is – a celebration of life,” murmurs Abu Jani. He and his life and business partner, the buoyant Sandeep Khosla, are now in their 32nd year of business – and love – together. Lavish ...

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The curious case of Shweta Bachchan Nanda | brunch | feature

The curious case of Shweta Bachchan Nanda | brunch | feature

“You come to this place, mid life. You don’t know how you got here, but suddenly you’re staring fifty in the face. When you turn and look back down the years, you glimpse the ghosts of other lives you might have led; all houses are haunted. The wraiths and phantoms ...

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Ever thought of travelling to Sicily? It is a cornucopia of delights | brunch | feature

Ever thought of travelling to Sicily? It is a cornucopia of delights | brunch | feature

My earliest memory of Sicily is from when I was a boy: while swiping channels, I chanced upon The Godfather on HBO. Many years later, on an in-flight binge watching spree, I finally made sense of it all and was charmed by the pretty hill-side village of Savoca, home to ...

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“If not singer I’d have been a banyan tree,” says Kailash Kher | brunch | feature

“If not singer I’d have been a banyan tree,” says Kailash Kher | brunch | feature

Date of birth: July 7 Sun Sign: Cancer Home town: Delhi School/College: I went for private schooling First break: I haven’t gotten any ‘first break’, but a first accelerator! And that was Allah Ke Bande One song that’s in your head right now…?My new number Tham Ja. If not a singer, ...

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Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride: Calling all dapper riders

Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride: Calling all dapper riders

Mighty motorcycles are getting tuned, windowpane suits brushed down, and brogues and monocles polished in readiness for the upcoming Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride (DGR). Now in its seventh year, the annual global event — started in 2012 by Mark Hawwa in Sydney, Australia, to raise awareness (and funds) for prostate cancer ...

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What’s in your trash? – The Hindu

What’s in your trash? - The Hindu

The State’s upgraded solid waste management policy is finally out. Rolled out recently, it puts all responsibility on ‘waste generators’ who have to pay up user charges to get their trash collected. And in addition to the three zones where these services are privatised – Adyar, Kodambakkam and Teynampet – ...

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“Don’t give the audience a spectacle, simulate their imagination and create the spectacles in their minds,” says Naseeruddin Shah | brunch | feature

“Don’t give the audience a spectacle, simulate their imagination and create the spectacles in their minds,” says Naseeruddin Shah | brunch | feature

What shall I do with this absurdity — O heart, O troubled heart — this caricature, Decrepit age that has been tied to me As to a dog’s tail? -WB Yeats Written in 2012 by French playwright Florian Zeller and translated into English by Christopher Hampton, Le Père or The ...

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