Sunday, 23 Sep 2018
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ART & ENTERTAINMENT
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Just Ask For Monsieur Croque
The shop’s furniture and food is in tune with its aesthetic synthesis, beckoning all to a different realm.
Nov 24, 2014
Choice Of Warrior Fare
Even the Terracotta Warriors would have blinked and shouted “Gambey!”.
Nov 10, 2014
A Trattoria With Affogato
For their scrumptious desserts and the serenity of Norbulingka, I’ll be back.
Oct 20, 2014
A Table For Phileas Fogg
A bright yellow exterior. A black-and-white, minimalist interior. Cafe Nemo has a different feel from the average Mumbai restaurant.
Oct 06, 2014
Where Duck Meets Dosa
An Indian restaurant in London that was named in June the National Restaurant of the Year...
Sep 22, 2014
Past The Mandalay Thoke
Burma Burma specialises in vegetarian Burmese food—a brave step, given that Burmese cuisine is heavily dependent on seafood and meats
Sep 15, 2014
Eating At Tihar’s Court
No, the food bears no semblance to the runny yellow dal and coarse rice that goes for jail food in Bollywood.
Pavithra S. Rangan
Aug 25, 2014
As The Heavens Descend
‘Style, Sizzle and Savour’. Chennai’s Bombay Brasserie wins on all three counts.
Aug 11, 2014
Boatman, Don’t Know Your Name
Food is also memory: a culinary suite conjures up a riverine junction in Old Bengal
Jul 28, 2014
Rice Paddy With Honey Glaze
A new, atmospheric restaurant in Parel promising authentic, chilli-packed Thai cuisine.
Jul 14, 2014
Pilgrimage To Triplicane
The ‘Crown of South India’ is a sprawling two-storey maze of eating and cooking spaces, wafting the fragrance of masalas and drumsticks
Jul 07, 2014
Anything For A Lifu Fish
Head chef Barun Baruah, a ‘Bangal’ has further honed his culinary skills by working in countries across the globe.
Jun 16, 2014
If You Can’t Do Penang
The ‘pure veg’ brigade can wolf down Penang Laksa Noodles without poking about suspiciously.
Jun 02, 2014
Pasta La Vista, Baby!
Goodbye pasta, farewell salad—Steakhouse is strictly for carnivores only.
May 12, 2014
After Hollande's Rafale Bomb, Can Rahul Turn It Into Bofors-Like Controversy?
'Small Men Who Don't Have Vision To See Larger Picture': Pak PM Imran Khan After Talks Called Off
Photo Essay | Deserted Kashmiri Pandit Homes Caught In Haunting Time Capsule
Obsessed With Selfies And Afraid Of Body-Shaming, Teenagers Are Turning To Cosmetic Surgery
What? Where? Why? A Guide To Universities And Business Schools Abroad
Why Railways' Largest Recruitment Drive May Fail To Address Passenger Safety Concerns
Article 35A: An Unprecedented Situation In Kashmir
Four Months Of Kumaraswami Govt: Karnataka Power Games Carry On
Prashant Kishor No Exception, Nitish Has Always Relied On 'Apolitical' Advisors
With A Formidable BJP, Is Mamata Worried About Hindu Votes?
The VVIP Culture In Indian Railways
Ayushman Bharat: PM Modi To Launch 'World's Largest Healthcare Programme'
Kerala Nun Rape: Bishop Franco Mulakkal Sent To 2-Day Police Custody
Militants Adopted Similar Strategy To Abduct, Kill Three Policemen In Kashmir
Jaswant Singh's Son Manvendra Quits BJP Ahead of Rajasthan Assembly Elections
Asia Cup 2018: India-Pakistan Rematch In Super Four Serves As Precursor To Final
Rima Das' 'Village Rockstars' Makes Official Entry To Oscars 2019
Not Involved In Choice Of Indian Partners For Rafale Deal, Says French Govt
Trump Administration Says Will Revoke Work Permits To H4 Visa Holders Within 3 Months
New Zealand Offers Plenty Of Job Prospects And Good Education
Australia Is A Good Place To Study, But Finding A Job Can Be Hard
Resumption Of India-Pak Dialogue Can Be Ruled Out Till 2019 Elections
The Subcontinental Menu
Rape, Drugs, Assault: The Rot In Shelter Homes Goes Far Beyond
We Are All Harappans
All Doors In Kashmir Opened...Because Of Him | Yashwant Sinha On Vajpayee
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